A rare specimen of the dinosaur skeleton will be shown for the first time at a brewery in Cincinnati for a special event. A massive skeleton belongs to one of three known specimens of the Galeamopus species.
In 2000, on a ranch in Montana, the bones of a dinosaur were found. The owner of the ranch announced the discovery of researchers associated with the Center for the Arts of Cincinnati. It took four years to extract the dinosaur skeleton and another seven years to prepare it for the show.
The dinosaur was 85 percent complete during excavations, becoming an extremely sophisticated specimen, not to mention that it is only one of the three known skeletons of the Galeamopus species.
“There are only three skeletons of this dinosaur, and this is one of the best,” said the vertebrate paleontology curator, Glenn Storrs, a local radio station.
On May 15, at the “Rhinegeist” brewery, an exhibition of about 50 feet long will be exhibited at the exhibition called “Jurassic Geist”, and anyone can see it in the main hall of the brewery. Also, people can interact with paleontologists from the Cincinnati Center. Participants can also participate in the lottery for prizes associated with dinosaurs and taste the taste of new varieties of beer.