SUE the Dinosaur Gets Her Very Own Digs…Finally

Sue, the Field Museum’s well-known Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, is dusted while on display on May 12, 2010.
Sue, the Field Museum's well-known Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, is dusted while on display on May 12, 2010. Kiichiro Sato / Associated Press
Sue, the Field Museum’s well-known Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, is dusted while on display on May 12, 2010.
Sue, the Field Museum's well-known Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, is dusted while on display on May 12, 2010. Kiichiro Sato / Associated Press

SUE the Dinosaur Gets Her Very Own Digs…Finally

Visitors come from around the world to The Field Museum to see SUE, the largest, oldest known T. Rex discovered. But she making a move. In 2019 she’ll be in her very own exhibit hall to make way for the Patagotitan Mayorum, a bigger dinosaur. We talk to Peter Makovicky from the Field Museum about this new species, and the logistics of moving a dinosaur works.