Sophie the stegosaurus, the world's most complete skeleton of the 150-million-year-old dinosaur, has found a new home at the Natural History Museum in London.

Scientists have begun a detailed analysis of the dinosaur, which will be unveiled to the public today, to find out as much as possible about the iconic creature.

The skeleton is made up of 360 bones, which were individual digitally scanned by a UK team to reconstruct the animal. Sophie will go on display at the Earth Hall, as the first near-complete skeleton to go on display at the museum for nearly 100 years.

Video courtesy of Natural History Museum