If you're a rather extremely rich individual that just can't seem to find the right "Je ne sais quoi" to fill the generous lobby of your third home in the Swedish Alps, allow me to present to you the fine, fine remains of Diplodocus longus.

Estimated at over 150-million-years-old, this rare complete skeleton - nicknamed Misty - was discovered by some equally-cool kids in a quarry in Wyoming in 2009. It measures in at 55-feet long and 19-feet tall and currently resides in the central hall of London's Natural History Museum. According to natural history expert and author Errol Fuller, your inner-child is not likely to have another opportunity to score such an amazing piece of prehistoric gold. 

"There are probably about six of these in the great museums of the world, including in Pittsburgh and Washington,’ he told the UK Metro. "You are talking about a very rare item indeed. Even if you were lucky enough to find one in the first place, the digging out and the preparation then involved is an enormous undertaking."

You need this. Your home in the Swiss Alps needs this. If you don't get it, it's likely that Nicholas Cage will swoop in and ruin everything like he did in 2007 over a T-Rex skull.  

Fight Nicholas Cage. Get the dinosaur. Win the world. Bidding starts Wednesday, November 27th. More details here

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