The "Dueling Dinosaurs" fossil is made up of intertwined T. rex and triceratops skeletons.
A 67-million-year-old fossil pair known as "Dueling Dinosaurs" consists of a remarkably preserved T. rex alongside the bones of an equally intact Triceratops.
The 30,000-pound fossils will soon arrive at the museum, which plans to begin work on a new Dueling Dinosaurs exhibit in May.
A tricky sale more than a decade in the makingClayton Phipps of Brusett, Montana, poses with one of the two "Dueling Dinosaurs" he discovered in 2006, November 14, 2013.
Seth Wenig/APThe Dueling Dinosaurs were discovered in 2006 on a Montana ranch owned by Lige and Mary Ann Murray.
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