The Royal Saskatchewan Museum houses Scotty, the world’s largest Tyrannosaur skeleton. CBC has a news story on her this morning. The museum had to open up a ceiling on the ground floor to create enough space for his/her height. Why is she called Scotty? Apparently because the paleontologists who unearthed her looked at the bottle with which they were celebrating her discovery and arrived at an obvious conclusion. Ginny, Rai, Bourbera and Vodkimir remain unclaimed.