Has anyone been wondering how a full scale reproduction of a T- Rex ended up in the Central station? Well, it comes to Milan as a grassroots marketing tool for a documentary film by Italian director Francesco Invernizzi.
Dinosaurs is a journey into the discovery of the extinct species, with an emphasis on the scientific approach of paleontologists, geologists, researchers and dealers who dedicate their lives to the fossils so that we can enjoy them in museums around the world.
The enormous dinosaur, named Stan, is the most complete example of a T- rex skeleton in the world. Discovered in 1987 in South Dakota, it is five meters high and 12 meters long. Now, every commuter and traveler passing through the stazione Centrale can marvel at Stan.
Dinosaurs will be released in theatres 10 December.