T. rex


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T. rex

 (tē′ rĕks′)
n.
A very large carnivorous tyrannosaurid dinosaur (Tyrannosaurus rex) of the Cretaceous Period, having a large head and teeth and short forelimbs with two claws. Also called tyrannosaurus.
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Stevens of the University of Oregon used models of the faces of several dinosaurs, including T.
Scientists had some evidence from measurements of T.
Biologist Gregory Erickson of Florida State University studied growth rings inside T.
Sue is Sue the tyrannosaurus rex, and her recent unveiling at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is paramount because she's a replica of the largest, most complete, best-preserved T.
Erickson and his colleagues counted the growth rings in fossil remains of seven specimens of T.
Ecosystems like the savannas of Africa could have provided sufficient carrion to nourish a scavenging T.
Scientists figure that for a 6,000-kilogram adult T.
In Philadelphia last week, an audience of children gasped as paleontologists unveiled a 6-foot-long model skull showing Giganotosaurus carolinii, a dinosaur that surpassed T.
The 100-million-year-old Giganotosaurus was not closely related to T.
But two researchers, armed with a comprehensive study of the most complete T.