Unidentified nine-meters long fossilized Dinosaur to be auctioned in France

France: A unidentified nine meters long fossil of a dinosaur is set to be auctioned in Paris later in June this year for an expected amount of 1.8 million Euros according to the auctioneers.

Discovered in 2013 in in Wyoming of United States, the 70 percent complete Fossil belongs to an unnamed British businessman and is believed to be from the class pf Carnivorous-theropod Dinosaurs.

Eric Mickeler, a paleontological expert said the fossil has hollow bones and three-toed feet similar to theropods and other similar species. “Nothing else is known,” Mickeler said.

The skeleton is currently shown in Lyon city of France to fetch potential buyers from museums or private collectors and will be installed on Eiffel Tower’s first floor for auction in June, DC reported.