The 60 Foot Diplodocus Skeleton is One Big Decoration

 - Dec 14, 2013
References: luxurylaunches
If you have a giant on your Christmas list wishing for a prehistoric pet, the 60-foot Diplodocus Skeleton is your best bet. This extremely rare skeleton is being auctioned in Billinghurst, West Sussex and desperately needs a home. 

Discovered by German palaeontologist Raimund Albersdoerfer, this substantial skeleton is made up of almost 100 bones and is a one-of-a-kind breed with only six others in the world ever being discovered. On the hunt for a new home, the Diplodocus skeleton is being auctioned off by auctioneer James Ryland and is expected to sell between $650,500 and $980,000.

This 60-foot prehistoric pal may be too big for any given home centerpiece or bedside, but I think it’d make a really cool backyard garden watch dog.