The Complete T. Rex
Startling discoveries made in the early '90s reveal that the world's most popular and terrifying dinosaur was sleeker and faster than previously thought. In a provocative, authoritative study of T. Rex, the authors offer the most complete account available of the life and times of the "King" of dinosaurs. Illustrations.
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These animals are huge, many more than twenty feet long. But there are far fewer
kinds of them than there were 10 million years before, when the seas were wider
and the temperatures milder. Huge herds of horned dinosaurs and giant ...
These huge bows of bone (along with the neck muscles) would have protected T
rex's windpipe from attack. They were the attachment points for many muscles
controlling the position and movement of T rex's neck. Dorsal Vertebrae The back
It isn't easy being huge. You've got to keep your population down so you don't
use up the available food. But you've also got to keep enough of your kind
around to prevent quick extinction. When you apply to dinosaurs estimates based
on the ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - setnahkt - LibraryThing
Although The Complete T. rex[/url] is older than the previously reviewed Tyrannosaurus rex (1993 versus 2008) and therefore does not include the most recent finds, it’s an organized work on T. rex ... Read full review
THE COMPLETE TYRANNOSAURUS REXUser Review - Kirkus
A lavish photo-and-text celebration of everyone's favorite dinosaur. Although paleontologist Horner and science-writer Lessem (Kings of Creation, 1992, etc.) join forces here (as they did on the ... Read full review