Dinosaur skull seized from Wyoming home
JACKSON, Wyoming (AP) - United States customs officials have seized a dinosaur skull from a Wyoming home as part of a federal Homeland Security Department investigation.
The fossil came from a close relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex and is worth between US$250,000 (S$305,000) and US$400,000.
The Tyrannosaurus bataar, also known as the Tarbosaurus, lived about 70 million years ago.
The Jackson Hole News and Guide reports that federal officials have declined to provide any details about the case, saying it remains under investigation.