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Tyrannosaurus Fun Facts

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The T. Rex's 50-60 teeth were each as big as a fully grown banana, and the dino could bite down with about as much force as the entire animal weighed!
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While a T. Rex's disproportionately small arms may seem weird to us, they may have helped the dino hold its food in place!
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The "Sue" T. Rex skeleton is named after Susan Hendrickson, the explorer who discovered the bones in South Dakota in 1990.
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Even though there were many dinos that could outrun a T. rex, the average human can only run between 6-8 miles per hour!
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English-American geologist Arthur Lakes discovered the first known fossils T. Rex fossils near the city of Golden, Colorado.
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The T. Rex lived on an island continent called "Laramidia," which is now what we know as the Western United States.
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While scientists can't be completely certain how much a T. Rex weighed, they can make a good guess based on the circumference of the dino's femur bone!
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As an apex predator, a T. Rex likely would not have had to worry about being eaten by other predatory dinosaurs, like the Spinosaurus or the Velociraptor.
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While about 50 T. Rex skeletons have been discovered overall, only about a dozen of these skeletons are over 50% intact. The "Sue" skeleton is nearly 90% intact.
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The T. Rex is typically measured up to the hip because it did not stand fully erect. In addition to its impressive height, a T. Rex could measure up to 40 feet long!