T-Rex juvenile

The skull of an juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex is part of an exhibit, featuring three specimens of T-Rex in varying ages, at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County are seen in Los Angeles, California. Featured are fossils of a 30-foot-long young adult, a 20-foot-long juvenile and an 11-foot-long baby. The T-Rex trio will be the centerpiece of a new, expanded Dinosaur Hall, twice the size of the museum s old dinosaur galleries which opens to the public in July, 2011.

( Getty Images / February 2, 2011 )

The skull of an juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex is part of an exhibit, featuring three specimens of T-Rex in varying ages, at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County are seen in Los Angeles, California. Featured are fossils of a 30-foot-long young adult, a 20-foot-long juvenile and an 11-foot-long baby. The T-Rex trio will be the centerpiece of a new, expanded Dinosaur Hall, twice the size of the museum s old dinosaur galleries which opens to the public in July, 2011.

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