How Did the Tyrannosaurus Rex Defend Itself?


The Tyrannosaurus Rex had sharp teeth to defend itself with. The T-Rex was one of the most feared dinosaurs.
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the t-rex did not have any predators , except maybe the gigantuasaurus.
what has been done to protect the tyrannosaurus.
Its only real defense is it's shear size, its feet and it's mouth. maybe it's tail too.
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Tyrannosaurus meaning "tyrant lizard" because of its size and large teeth and claws (Greek tyrannos = "tyrant" + sauros = "lizard"; Latin rex = "king"), also known colloquially as T. rex and "The King of the Dinosaurs", was... More »
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