"The sale of this next lot will be contingent on a satisfactory resolution of a court proceeding dealing with this matter."
May 22, 2012 2:15 PM Subscribe
On May 20th, the fossil remains of a Tarbosaurus (aka, Tyrannosaurus bataar) were sold for $1,052,500. The auction was carried out despite objections from the President of Mongolia and a court order. The problem? The remains may have been poached.
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