The T. rex had the strongest bite of any land animal in Earth’s history. Its toothy jaw delivered upwards of 7 tons of pressure when it chomped its prey. Until now, scientists weren’t sure how the carnivore delivered such impactful bites without damaging its own skull. A new study shows […]
The “Jurassic World” Live Tour will feature lifelike dinosaur puppets, as well as a full-size, animatronic Tyrannosaurus Rex. The show is produced by Feld Entertainment, the company behind touring productions like “Disney On Ice” and “Marvel Universe Live.” At a press event in New York, we got an up-close look […]
Paleontologists have discovered the heaviest and longest-lived T. rex ever seen in the fossil record. A new study catalogues the specimen’s discovery in Saskatchewan, Canada. Nicknamed “Scotty,” this rex weighed close to 20,000 pounds. Scotty’s battle-scarred skeleton suggests that the predator incurred a lot of injuries during its life, including […]
Since its discovery more than 110 years ago, the Tyrannosaurus rex has become one of the most popular and widely studied dinosaurs. But paleontologists’ understanding of the T. rexhas changed significantly over the past 15 years. A new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History depicts the predator not […]
Tyrannosaurus rex has captivated the public imagination since the “king of the dinosaurs” ate its way onto the scene in “Jurassic Park.” But when Steven Spielberg’s 1993 blockbuster was being made, paleontologists didn’t really know much about T. rex – only seven or eight skeletons existed in the fossil record. […]
We went behind the scenes of the “Walking With Dinosaurs” show. It is the closest that you will get to a real-life Tyrannosaurus Rex. Each dinosaur cost around $US1 million to make. Business Insider went behind the scenes of the “Walking With Dinosaurs” show, a live performance featuring 18 life-sized […]
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VIDEO: Scientists have wondered for years why the Tyrannosaurus Rex has the tiny 3 1/3 foot arms. Recent discoveries suggest that they evolved them to counterbalance their huge heads.
VIDEO: In Hell Creek Formation, Montana, paleontologists have uncovered a 66.3-million-year-old T-rex fossil with the skull still intact.
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