The Zuhl Collection
"Stan," the Tyrannosaurus Rex
The skull in the lobby of Zuhl Library is one of only 20 castings made of the skull of Stan, an immature T-Rex. While not as famous as Sue, Stan catches the eye of everyone who enters the library!
Other Tyrannosaurs on the Web
More pictures of Stan (click to enlarge).
- A T-Rex discovered in Eastend, Saskatchewan
- The T-Rex Expo
- The Tyrannosaurus Rex Exposition at UC Berkeley
- The largest, most complete T-Rex yet discovered
The Zuhl collection also contains dozens of examples of petrified wood, a generous donation by Joan and Herbert Zuhl.
Here are a few examples (click to enlarge).
For more information about the Zuhl collection, contact:
New Mexico State University
Box 30006, Dept. 3475
Las Cruces, NM 88003-0006
Phone: (505) 646-5792
Copyright © 2000 by M. Marlo Brown
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Last updated 08 June 2000