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World’s largest triceratops skeleton sold for €6.6m at Paris auction (www.theguardian.com)

An 8-metre-long dinosaur skeleton has sold at auction for €6.6m (about £5.5m), more than four times its expected value, to a private collector in the US said to have fallen in love with the largest triceratops ever unearthed.

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