On the 28th, at the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum, which is under construction in preparation for its reopening this summer, the work of assembling the skeleton of the moved dinosaur was opened to the press.

The Prefectural Dinosaur Museum in Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture, which opened in 2000 as the first museum dedicated to dinosaurs in Japan, is currently undergoing its first large-scale renovation since its opening.

On the 28th, the work was unveiled to the press to arrange the full body skeleton of Tarbosaurus, one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs in Asia, next to the moving robot of a Tyrannosaurus in the exhibition room on the first floor.

The skeleton of Tarbosaurus was displayed in another part of the first floor, where workers first carried the dismantled skeleton to the side of the Tyrannosaurus and then carefully assembled it.

When assembling, the posture is tilted forward and the head is lowered to give it a lively look when attacking herbivorous dinosaurs.

According to the museum, the site will also feature the full-body skeleton of the large herbivorous dinosaur Saurolophus.

Toshitoshi Takeuchi, director of the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum, said, "I hope that visitors will enjoy visiting the Dinosaur Museum even more than before."

The Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum will continue to open the public in preparation for its reopening.