Hopefully the new guy will have his own Twitter account too.
For more than 17 years, Sue the Tyrannosaurus rex has reigned supreme at Chicago's Field Museum.
In the past few years she's even built up an online reputation as being one of the best accounts to follow on Twitter, provided you love memes and puns (and who doesn't?).
Gooooooooooooood morning to everyone but velociraptors. https://t.co/fRZyCvWwQS— Specimen FMNH PR 2081 🦖 (@Specimen FMNH PR 2081 🦖)1503663151.0
i am: ⚪️ male ⚪️ female 🔘 unable to be determined with current specimen data seeking: ⚪️ male ⚪️ female 🔘 vengeance against the sky rock— Specimen FMNH PR 2081 🦖 (@Specimen FMNH PR 2081 🦖)1503363021.0
I spent my day chillin' on Earth 21, the planet that didn't have the KT event. Dinosaurs are sentient and everything is rad as heck.— Specimen FMNH PR 2081 🦖 (@Specimen FMNH PR 2081 🦖)1503524716.0
In 2018, however, Sue is getting some competition. Massive competition.
In 2014, the world got a look at a behemoth dinosaur known as the "titanosaur" when it was discovered in Argentina. Now, it's making its way to Sue's home in the Windy City.