While exploring for oil in Tyrone, Oklahoma, a few drillers noticed what looked like an elephant's tusk protruding from a nearby cliff. Upon closer inspection and a call to a paleontologist, the tusk was determined to not be a tusk at all, but actually the giant rib cage bone of a Tyrannosaurus Rex! The remains were dusted up, assembled, and sold to a natural history museum where the skeleton of the fearsome T-rex named after Tyrone, OK now scares museum-goers. Did I tell you it was sold for $7.6 Million dollars! Forget striking oil, we'd rather find some dinosaur bones!