THÉTIS and its associates employ a full-time team who are responsible for collecting, preparing, and restoring the bones; moulding and assembling the skeletons on a stainless-steel structure as well as disassembling and reassembling the bones (fossils) for temporary or permanent exhibitions.
THÉTIS has all the necessary skills to design, build, and install your entire Paleontological Exhibition.
Eric Mickeler, co-founder of THÉTIS and dinosaur specialist, has modestly participated this year in the reporting of a future new species of Allosaurus (currently being described by specialists from the Royal Belgian Science Museum).
We are particularly pleased to report that one of the dinosaurs selected by THÉTIS, a rare Stegosaurus, will enter a Public Collection in Northern Europe in the Autumn of 2021.
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This is, of course, the rarity of its species but also its state of completeness and the time it took to remove it from the ground.
But it doesn’t stop there, because you also have to rent a mining concession, access it and sometimes build an access road, rent or acquire earthmoving machines, a buldozer, trucks, set up a camp with mobile homes and ensure the supply of water, electricity..
Our associated workshops are currently working on the restoration and reconstruction of 4 exceptional prehistoric skeletons, including two Mosasaurs, marine reptiles over 6 meters long, which will compete in the future Dinosaur Museum, opening next year in Prague, a place destined to become a temple of dinosaurs, judging by the extremely modern 3D animations that will give body and life to these prehistoric giants.
The star of the place, Trik the largest Triceratops in the world, to our knowledge, will face a daring T-Rex.
We have started the countdown to Trik's final skull preparation, immense in size.
The suspense is carefully maintained and we will soon present you with this novelty, fruit of the association THÉTIS - Paleomoove.
THÉTIS is proud to present the current work on a large Diplodocus of more than 20 meters that will be presented in 2021 in Central Europe, thanks to a private initiative supported by the local academic community.
This large dinosaur will be one of the jewels of the crown of European dinosaur collections and is part of a project supported by THÉTIS, a supplier of quality dinosaurs.
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