Any fossils found on federal land belong to the U.S. Government. That is why the museum is calling this specimen the Nation’s T. rex. Although the Smithsonian also is a federal institution, the Nation’s T. rex is still formally in the care of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and will be displayed in D.C. on a 50-year loan.
T. rex's arms were over three feet long, however, and may have been capable of bench pressing 400 pounds each. In any event, T. rex didn't have the smallest arm-to-body ratio among carnivorous dinosaurs; that was the Carnotaurus, whose arms looked like tiny nubs.
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