Cleveland Museum of Natural History - Juvenile T-Rex Jane

About the Art

Something is lurking on Concourse C!  CLE is honored to partner with Cleveland Museum of Natural History to debut the cast of their juvenile T-Rex Jane.  Approximately 17’ in length, this skeletal model of a juvenile T-Rex was found in 2001 by the Burpee Museum of Natural History.  In 2020 scientists were able to identify the specimen as a juvenile T. Rex by examining growth rings in its long bones.  Estimated to be about 13 years old when it died, Jane is about half the size of an adult T. Rex.  Located next to Great Lakes Brewery

About Cleveland Museum:  For more than 100 years, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History has inspired visitors with the wonders of science and nature.  A popular destination for families, the Museum is also a world-class leader in education and scientific research.  In addition to housing more than 5 million artifacts and specimens, the Museum stewards a living collection of Ohio wildlife and protects 12,000 acres of diverse habitat across our region.  For more information on the Museum, please visit their website at


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