tyrannosaur


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large carnivorous bipedal dinosaur having enormous teeth with knifelike serrations

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With at least 75 percent of its bones preserved, this is the most complete skeleton of a tyrannosaur ever discovered in the southwestern U.
The tyrannosaurs of the late Cretaceous period (80,000,000 to 66,000,000 years ago) are among the biggest carnivores to have walked the Earth, but their predecessors--who lived as far back as 170,000,000 years ago, in the Jurassic period--generally were no bigger than a horse.
This tyrannosaur braincase, the first well-preserved one found from the mid-Cretaceous period, shows that, although still small, tyrannosaurs of the time already had brain and ear features of later tyrannosaurs.
It might have looked a little comical but it would have been as deadly as any other tyrannosaur, and maybe even a little faster and stealthier.
It was found largely intact and remarkably well preserved, thereby confirming the existence of tyrannosaur species with long snouts.
It might have looked a little comical, but it would have been as deadly as any other tyrannosaur, and maybe even a little faster and stealthier.
In this case, Tyrannosaur is a story about the futility of faith in terms of salvation.
Most tyrannosaur specimens date to the later Cretaceous period.
Birds are more closely related to this tyrannosaur, than this tyrannosaur is related to just any other dinosaur you ever heard of.
It wasn't the first feathered dinosaur discovered, but it was the first tyrannosaur ever found with primitive feathers.
But it also held surprises: A lot of dinosaurs would have looked really strange because they were completely feathered--like the recently discovered tyrannosaur.
The early tyrannosaur specie is a five-foot-long dinosaur that has been named Dilong paradoxus.
The inside of a tyrannosaur skull has clues about how the most famous dinosaur and its powerful teeth evolved, according to researchers who used 3D imaging to scan the fossil.
Scientists could also work out the Tyrannosaur died from a massive blow to the skull and chest.
TYRANNOSAUR 18 remorse after kicking his dog to death, seeks shelter in a shop run by Hannah (Olivia Coleman).