Want to own a 76 million-year-old T. Rex skeleton?  Of course, you do!

I would put in a bid for this incredible fossil - but I don't think I have the room in my house - that and the fact that my $2-$3 thousand dollar bid wouldn't even purchase me a piece of its toenail.

But assuming that you had the space, and the means, how much would you be willing to pay?

According to the New York Post, this "Gorgosaurus" skeleton will highlight Sotheby’s natural history auction on July 28, and experts believe it will fetch many millions of dollars.

But what's a reasonable price to pay for something that roamed the United States nearly 100 million years ago?

Scientists discovered it back in 2018 in the Judith River Formation near Havre, Montana, Sotheby’s said according to the New York Post.  Scientists say all of the other Gorgosaurus skeletons that have been found are now in museums, making this the only one for sale - ever!

T rex named Trix at Naturalis Museum of Leiden
Getty Images

How big is it, you ask?

It's nearly 10 feet tall and 22 feet long and if you think you have the room in your house, great, It could be yours on July 28th!

“In my career, I have had the privilege of handling and selling many exceptional and unique objects, but few have the capacity to inspire wonder and capture imaginations quite like this unbelievable Gorgosaurus skeleton,” Cassandra Hatton, Sotheby’s global head of science and popular culture via the New York Post


The question is, how many millions do you have?

Sources close to Sotheby's - the site hosting the auction - believe this rare, exceptional find could garner bids as high as $8 million dollars!

$2.9 Million Saratoga Mansion Has Soundproof Room For Rock Band Rehearsal

This stunning mansion is just minutes from Saratoga Lake and overlooks Lake Lonely. The balcony and windows lead to gorgeous sunset views. The backyard is an oasis with a heated saltwater pool, hot tub, and sunken firepit. There is beautiful marble throughout starting with the spacious foyer. The kitchen features a waterfall marble island and a built-in coffee bar. The finished basement is huge with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace in the center of one of the rooms. There is plenty of fun including a workout space. The coolest part of the basement is a soundproof room for a full rock band to rehearse in!

Check Out the Best BBQ Joints in the Capital Region [RANKED]

There are some amazing barbeque restaurants throughout the Capital Region. Here is a ranked list according to Yelp of the top pitmasters in our area. Try and look at this list without getting hungry! Each has outstanding reviews.

More From HOT 99.1