Tyrannosaurus-Rex Dinosaur Fun Facts Book for Kids by Fishing The StarTyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex)
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Tyrannosaurus-Rex word means King of Tyrant Lizard
It had around 50-60 teeth
The running speed of Tyrannosaurus was around 20 km/h
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30 Interesting Tyrannosaurus Rex Facts
Tyrannosaurus Rex or the T. Rex was an aberration of the dinosaur world. When we talk of dinosaurs, the fame of T. Rex precedes every other dinosaur that ever lived on the face of this earth. The very thought of this massive and ferocious creature gives us chills and of course, some Hollywood movies have taken that fear to epic level. Let us waste time no further and find out 30 interesting Tyrannosaurus Rex facts.
Tyrannosaurus rex is by far the most popular dinosaur, having spawned a huge number of books, movies, TV shows, and video games. What's truly amazing, though, is how much what was once assumed as fact about this carnivore has later been called into question and how much is still being discovered. Most people assume that the North American Tyrannosaurus rex—at 40 feet from head to tail and seven to nine tons—was the biggest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived. One feature of Tyrannosaurus rex that everyone makes fun of is its arms , which seem disproportionately tiny compared to the rest of its massive body. In any event, T. Some experts think shards of rotten, bacteria-infested meat constantly lodged in its closely packed teeth gave Tyrannosaurus rex a "septic bite," which infected and eventually killed its wounded prey. This process likely would have taken days or weeks, by which time some other meat-eating dinosaur would have reaped the rewards.
Just like a real T. Rex was a seriously big beast, growing up to 12m long and 6m tall! Rex was super smart too, boasting a brain twice as big as those of the other giant carnivores. Many scientists think they may have been used to help these skilled hunters to grab and slash their prey. Is there a sound more terrifying than the thundering stomp of an approaching T. Fancy some hands-on fearsome fun?
Check out our ten t rex facts and learn all about this deadly dinosaur! How fast could the Tyrannosaurus Rex run? Fancy some hands-on fearsome fun?.
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Tyrannosaurus Rex Facts. Check out our Tyrannosaurus rex facts for kids and enjoy a wide range of interesting information about this incredible dinosaur. Tyrannosaurus rex is possibly the most well known dinosaur due to its huge size, ferocious nature and regular appearances in popular media. Thanks to a number of well preserved fossils, the T-Rex has been studied in detail by paleontologists all around the world. Tyrannosaurus rex lived in an area of the Earth that now makes up western North America. Tyrannosaurus rex walked on two legs, balancing its huge head with a long and heavy tail that sometimes contained over 40 vertebrae.