When she emerged from obscurity in the rock formations of South Dakota in the early 1990s, the world’s largest Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton began a long legal and physical journey. Known as Sue, after paleontologist Sue Hendrickson who discovered the skeleton, the well-preserved specimen arrived as the star attraction at Chicago’s Field Museum in 2000. But as VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, after a nearly year-long transition, Sue has taken on a new look.

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