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Dinosaur care (feeding, not so much)
Tyrannosaurus rex Sue gets cleaned up before her big day at Chicago's Field Museum. The skeleton was cleaned Wednesday, May 12, in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum.

Squeaky Clean

May 12, 2010: This Tyrannosaurus rex's teeth, known as Sue, are squeaky clean thanks to Bill Simpson -- a collections manger of fossil vertebrates at Chicago's Field Museum in Chicago Ill.The skeleton was being cleaned in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum. 

In Need of Dusting

May 12, 2010: This is a close up of Sue's bones prior to her cleaning session with Bill Simpson who is a collections manager of fossil vertebrates at Chicago's Field Museum in Chicago Ill. The skeleton was being cleaned in anticipation of her10th anniversary at the museum. 

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All the Corners

May 12, 2010: Bill Simpson, collections manager of fossil vertebrates at Chicago's Field Museum, makes sure to dust every corner of the Tyrannosaurus rex better known as Sue in Chicago Ill. The skeleton was being cleaned in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum. 

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Shiny Tail

May 12. 2010: Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton known as Sue on display at the Chicago's Field Museum, gets her tail cleaned by Bill Simpson, collections manager of fossil vertebrates in Chicago Ill. The skeleton was being cleaned in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum

 

 

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What a Sight

May 12, 2010: School children get a close-up look at the Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton known as Sue on display at Chicago's Field Museum in Chicago Ill. The skeleton was being cleaned in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum.

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Clean Scalp

May 12, 2010: Bill Simpson, collections manager of fossil vertebrates at Chicago's Field Museum, dusts the Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton known as Sue on display at museum in Chicago. The skeleton was being cleaned in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum.

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Dinosaur care (feeding, not so much)

Tyrannosaurus rex Sue gets cleaned up before her big day at Chicago's Field Museum. The skeleton was cleaned Wednesday, May 12, in anticipation of her 10th anniversary at the museum.

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