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Tyrannosaurus - Wikipedia

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Tyrannosaurus (/tᵻˌrænəˈsɔːrəs/ or /taɪˌrænəˈsɔːrəs/, meaning "tyrant lizard", from the Ancient Greek tyrann...

Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dinosaur Pictures, Dinosaur Facts - National ...

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Learn all you wanted to know about Tyrannosaurus rex and other dinosaurs with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

T-Rex Cafe

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T-Rex Cafe. ... About T-Rex Cafe. T-REX Cafe takes you on a prehistoric adventure you'll want to share with the entire family! Enjoy face-to-face encounters with ...

Tyrannosaurus Rex: Facts about T. Rex, King of the Dinosaurs

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Mar 14, 2016 ... One of the largest known carnivorous dinosaurs, T. rex reigned during the late Cretaceous Period, 65 million years ago.

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Tyrannosaurus rex - Jurassic World

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Tyrannosaurus fossils have shown toothmarks that could have only been made by their own kind, though we've never seen a T. rex family feud at Jurassic World  ...

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Oct 7, 2015 ... Tyrannosaurus is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur. The species Tyrannosaurus rex (rex meaning "king" in Latin), commonly ...

T. rex- EnchantedLearning.com

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Includes information on what T-rex ate, where it lived, and some common myths.

T-REX

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Like a magnet, T-REX attracts innovation to downtown St. Louis, Missouri. A coworking space and technology incubator, we offer a blank canvas—a space ...

The Tyrannosauridae

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In the dinosaur movie Jurassic Park, T.rex is depicted moving extremely quickly, maybe 50 or 60 mph, isn't it? Is this reasonable? For a more in-depth discussion  ...