What its Like to be Eaten by a Baby TRex

What its Like to be Eaten by a Baby TRex

Research on the juveniles' impressive (though less astronomical than the adult’s) bite force reinforces that they were indeed juvenile specimens rather than a different species. Instances of “experimental paleontology” not to be confused with Jurassic Park-like studies can provide important information on species dead for 65 million years. Research on the juveniles' impressive (though less astronomical than the adult’s) bite force reinforces that they were indeed juvenile specimens rather than a different species. Image Attribution: KoprX Tyrannosaurus specimens, Added \"adult\" and \"juvenile\" labels, CC BY-SA 4.0The answer is it is between being eaten by a hyena and a crocodile. This amazing growth rate has been questioned by some scientists suggesting that instead, the juvenile specimens represented a different species entirely: the nanotyrannus.

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