Sunday 19 November, 2017

Tyrannosaurs were violent cannibals

Tyrannosaurs cannibals

Remains of a mutilated victim provide strong evidence that T. Rex and his kin were violent animals and practised cannibalism. The remains are of the large carnivorous tyrannosaur Daspletosaurus with many injuries during its lifetime and was partially eaten after it died. Palaeontologists now believe that members of Daspletosaurus’ own species More...

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