Tyrannosaurus Rex ran much faster

Friday, November 26, 2010

Two Canadian paleontologists re-examined the muscle and bone structure of Tyrannosaurus rex and have found that king of the dinosaurs used its big tail to generate more speed and predatory power. T-rex was more a scavenger than a pursuer of live prey.

In contrast to earlier theories, T. rex had more than just junk in its trunk. These additional attributes has made T. rex one of the fastest-moving hunters of its time.

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