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(Live Science)   Turns out that T.Rex was light on his feet and had some pretty spiffy moves   ( livescience.com) divider line
    More: Amusing, Dinosaur, T. rex, adult T. rex, Tyrannosaurus, tyrannosaurs, figure skater, co-researcher Eric Snively, Juvenile tyrannosaurs  
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6 days ago  
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5 days ago  
Really?  Because it seemed it took him forever to do anything during his brief tenure at State.
 
5 days ago  
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not so good in a car though
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  
*tiny jazz hands*
 
5 days ago  
Dirty and sweet.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  

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not so good in a car though


I love Bolan,but he should have bought her a Mercedes.
 
Kiz
5 days ago  
If you do run behind a T-rex, bear in mind that once he starts turning around, his tail can kill you as easily as his teeth.
 
5 days ago  
FTA: "A big duck-billed Edmontosaurus or a Triceratops would have a harder time scooting behind an adult T. rex," Snively said. "And if a human- or even horse-sized juvenile tyrannosaur was chasing you, you'd probably be toast. Tasty, bloody toast."

I think Snively just outed himself as a vampire or a really weird person.  I just wouldn't describe bloody toast as tasty is all I'm saying.
 
5 days ago  
So that's why they had such short arms, faster spinning during triple lutzes.
 
5 days ago  

Kiz: If you do run behind a T-rex, bear in mind that once he starts turning around, his tail can kill you as easily as his teeth.


How else are we supposed to get tail steak?
T REX TAIL STEAK
Youtube ftn7-bO79MU
 
5 days ago  

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That's a velociraptor.  Shame on you.
 
5 days ago  
I've decided not to comment on this thread. It would be too obvious.   So, not gonna show my face in this one. No sir.  carry on.
 
5 days ago  

Kiz: If you do run behind a T-rex, bear in mind that once he starts turning around, his tail can kill you as easily as his teeth.


So can his cloaca.
 
5 days ago  
FTA
Tyrannosaurs were humongous - those that lived at the end of the Cretaceous period weighed at least 880 lbs. (400 kilograms).

Someone forgot a zero and it was a sig digit. I doubt T-Rex was only the mass of a medium bovine.
 
5 days ago  

T.rex: I've decided not to comment on this thread. It would be too obvious.   So, not gonna show my face in this one. No sir.  carry on.


But you could change your mind *real fast* if you wanted to.
 
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5 days ago  
Well, the link to the megalodon teeth was interesting. $80 -100 for a real 3-4 inch specimen. Further research indicated $3-800 for a respectable 6 inch specimen.

Huhn.

/Want
 
5 days ago  

fader74: Well, the link to the megalodon teeth was interesting. $80 -100 for a real 3-4 inch specimen. Further research indicated $3-800 for a respectable 6 inch specimen.

Huhn.

/Want


I have one from a juvenile that I found in Wyoming.  You can see the gum line, which is pretty cool
 
5 days ago  

Bruce Campbell vs Army of Farkness: fader74: Well, the link to the megalodon teeth was interesting. $80 -100 for a real 3-4 inch specimen. Further research indicated $3-800 for a respectable 6 inch specimen.

Huhn.

/Want

I have one from a juvenile that I found in Wyoming.  You can see the gum line, which is pretty cool


A Megalodon tooth from Wyoming? Bought at a rock shop, not found.
 
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Hold on, I'll go upstairs and ask him if this is true.
/god I love this figure
 
5 days ago  

Kiz: If you do run behind a T-rex, bear in mind that once he starts turning around, his tail can kill you as easily as his teeth.


No one has had to face this problem for the last 6000 years.
 
5 days ago  
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5 days ago  

Xzano: FTA
Tyrannosaurs were humongous - those that lived at the end of the Cretaceous period weighed at least 880 lbs. (400 kilograms).

Someone forgot a zero and it was a sig digit. I doubt T-Rex was only the mass of a medium bovine.


Well, it's technically correct.  They did weigh at least 880 lbs.
 
5 days ago  

Dinodork: Bruce Campbell vs Army of Farkness: fader74: Well, the link to the megalodon teeth was interesting. $80 -100 for a real 3-4 inch specimen. Further research indicated $3-800 for a respectable 6 inch specimen.

Huhn.

/Want

I have one from a juvenile that I found in Wyoming.  You can see the gum line, which is pretty cool

A Megalodon tooth from Wyoming? Bought at a rock shop, not found.


Login checks out.
 
5 days ago  
So an article about the agility of a T-Rex with a still from a video, but no *actual* video (or link to actual video) showing said agility? Did I miss it?
 
5 days ago  

Bennett the Mad: So an article about the agility of a T-Rex with a still from a video, but no *actual* video (or link to actual video) showing said agility? Did I miss it?


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