It’s hard to put a price on a dinosaur. That’s not because wonder is hard to quantify, but because the fossil market is insanely complicated. Part of the reason for this is that the laws dictating which bones can be sold are hard to parse and provenance is nearly impossible to establish once a Tyrannosaur is out of the ground. I short, the triassic nostalgia business is ripe for malfeasance. Crime is just a fact of life among the bones.
Many fossil-rich countries, including Argentina,