In south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the local natural museum is celebrating its 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, two giants from time immemorial are greeting the general public.
At the entrance of the Guangxi Natural Museum, the fossil skeletons of two giant dinosaurs are on display. Both of them were dug up in the Guangxi region, which used to be a major habitat for giant lizards during the Cretaceous Period. The remains of the ancient reptiles date back to more than 130 million years. They were excavated in 2001.