Mesa museum dinosaur Suskityrannus hazelae

Skeleton of Suskityrannus hazelae on display. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Model of Suskityrannus hazelae on display. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Suskityrannus hazelae means Hazel’s coyote tyrant. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Suskityrannus hazelae was in part named after Hazel Wolfe, one of the field project's critical members. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Doug Wolfe was involved in the discovery and documentation of Suskityrannus hazelae. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo). Suskityrannus hazelae compared to Tyrannosaurus rex. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Sterling Nesbitt was a teen volunteer at the Arizona Museum of Natural History when he was part of the team that discovered Suskitryannus. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) First discovery of the Suskityrannus referred specimen in ground. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Suskityrannus hazelae sculpture. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Suskityrannus hazelae sculpture. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Suskityrannus hazelae portrait. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo) Suskityrannus hazelae portrait detail. (Arizona Museum of Natural History Photo)