The Sun Shines Everywhere

Robyn Briggs narrowly avoided being eaten by Sue the fossilized Tyrannosaurus rex at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago while pursuing this latest Sun Shines Everywhere photo taken by Bette Regan. Sue is the most complete T-Rex fossil ever discovered. The duo were some of the 16 million visitors who see this exhibit every year. Briggs and Regan remind us that the sun shone on Sue in prehistoric times just as it does today!

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