A T rex has arrived in Melbourne, but how did it get here without breaking a bone?

Discovered in South Dakota USA, and clocking in at 66m years old, Victoria is one of the most complete and well-preserved T rex fossils on the planet. She is also the biggest T rex fossil to be shown in Australia and is on display at the Melbourne Museum until October. The fossil of Victoria comprises 199 bones, spans more than 12 metres in length and towers over us at 3.6 metres tall. Matilda Boseley went to meet Victoria and learn how such a delicate fossil safely made its way from South Korea to Australia.