GET ready to meet Glasgow’s fiercest new arrival.

Trix the Tyrannosaurus rex has moved in to her new home at the Kelvin Hall.

Amazing time lapse footage shows the female dinosaur skeleton being assembled over three days.

The T-Rex in Town exhibition opens to the public tomorrow.

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Around 67 million years old, 39 feet long and 13 feet high, Trix is popping in to Glasgow as part of a year-long European tour while her museum in the Netherlands is being redeveloped.

More than a million people have already visited the exciting interactive display around Europe.

After her Glasgow visit, Trix is going home to the Naturalis Biodiversity Center in Leiden and it is unlikely she will tour again.

Glasgow is already dino-crazy, thanks to the recent arrival at Kelvingrove of Dippy the diplodocus, on tour from the Natural History Museum.

Steph Scholten, Director of The Hunterian, said: “Bringing this major touring exhibition to the city will allow thousands of Scots, and visitors to Scotland, to see one of the world’s most iconic dinosaur species.

“Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons are very rare finds and Trix is the only real touring T. rex fossil in the world. This is a major coup for Glasgow.”

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Glasgow Life chairman Councillor David McDonald said: “We look forward to welcoming many dinosaur fans to Kelvin Hall over the coming months, where Glaswegians and visitors to the city can enjoy this unique opportunity to stare into the eyes of a real T. rex, surely one of the most terrifying predators ever to have stalked the earth.

“Trix will be safely housed in a new, bespoke, climate-controlled pavilion within the massive vaults of Kelvin Hall.

“Glasgow is delighted to take on the proud mantle of dinosaur capital of Scotland.”

Edwin van Huis, Director of Naturalis Biodiversity Center, said: “We are thrilled that our queen of the dinosaurs is in Glasgow . She is loved by the Dutch people and is an ambassador for us as a museum, which aims to inspire children and adults about the natural world.”

Trix will be in Glasgow until July 31.