Triceratops skeleton 'Big John' sells for 6.6m euros at Paris auction

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The largest skeleton ever found of a triceratops dinosaur, dating from the the Cretaceous period around 66 million years ago, discovered in the US in 2014 and composed of 200 pieces, has sold at the Paris Drouot auction house for 6.65 million euros.

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The fossilised remains of Big John, the largest triceratops dinosaur ever found, have been sold at an auction in the French capital, reports BBC News.