Bitten by hungry T. rex, this dinosaur got away
In this photo made available by David A. Burnham via the National Academy of Sciences, researchers Robert A. DePalma II, left, and David A. Burnham show a Tyrannosaurus rex tooth crown embedded between the vertebrae of a hadrosaur and surrounded by bone overgrowth.
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Since: Oct 12
#1 Jul 20, 2013
This plonker Horner, still can't get I right...
It's very unlikely that if this was one of, "the weak, the sick and the young", it would have survived a T.rex attack!
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