An almost complete dinosaur skeleton will be sold at auction in Paris next month.
The 150 million-year-old Camptosaurus was discovered in the 1990s in the US state of Wyoming.
It was named Barry after Barry James, the palaeontologist who found it. Experts say the skeleton is "extremely well preserved".
It is expected to fetch up to €1.2m ($1.2m, £970,000) in an auction at Hotel Drouot on 20 October.
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