And finally a dinosaur skeleton has been sold for 6.1 million-U.S.-dollars, marking the third such sale of its kind.
The 2.8 meters tall and 6.7 meters long ancient skeleton of a 77-million year old Gorgosaurus was sold by Sotheby's on Thursday to an unknown private buyer.
Scientists, however, have voiced concern over the sale of the 79-piece fossil into private ownership as it limits the number of specimens available for research and study.
While some argue that there have been only a few sales of this kind, scientists are concerned that any sale could lead to a potential loss of valuable information.
The prehistoric creature's remains, were unearthed in 2018 in the U.S. state of Montana.