Tyrannosaurus Rex ate themselves at Jurassic Period

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus Rex was the undisputed king of the dinosaurs. They ate each other. The Yale researcher Nick Longrich found vast gouges in the bone of a Tyrannosaurus rex.

He said, “They’re the kind of marks that any big carnivore could have made,” said Longrich, “but Tyrannosaurus rex was the only big carnivore in western North America 65 million years ago.”

Longrich unremitting to investigate for other signs of Tyrannosaurus rex cannibalization and excavated a total of three foot bones and one arm bone that showed signs of being chobbled on by another Tyrannosaurus rex, which, allowing for the amount of fossils we have represents a important proportion.

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