The wait—and weight—was worth it.
Only 20,000 lived at any given time, though.
New species get identified and named every year, even though you've probably never heard of them.
One of 15 in the world
A paleontologist examines the evidence.
This bit of tail is the first hard evidence of a T. rex hunt in action
Step one: Remove head.
“First, we’re assuming that the T. rex won’t just eat the person, right?” asks Jack Conrad, a vertebrate paleontologist at … Continued
Researchers confirm what has been long suspected: the fearsome predators are indeed closer to chickens than lizards
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