Dinosaur trio reunited with arrival of Prince in Singapore
They walked the Earth about 150 million years ago and were discovered in 2007-2010 at a quarry in Wyoming in the United States.
The skeletons of three sauropod dinosaurs - nicknamed Prince, Apollo and Twinky - have been reunited in Singapore, where they are set to become star draws at the Republic's first dedicated natural history museum.
Prince, the biggest at 4m high and 27m long, arrived in 27 giant customised crates on Monday. He was shipped in from Utah, where the bones were prepared.
Twinky, the smallest at 12m long, was the first to arrive, reaching Singapore in April last year. Apollo came four months later.