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Dinosaurs Like T. Rex Were More Tyrannical Than We Realized, New Research Suggests – Gizmodo

Large meat-eating dinosaurs took on the role of multiple species while growing up, resulting in a shocking lack of ecological diversity during the Mesozoic, according…

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Large meat-eating dinosaurs took on the role of multiple species while growing up, resulting in a shocking lack of ecological diversity during the Mesozoic, according to new research.
Megatheropodsgigantic two-legged carnivores like Tyrannosaurus, Allosaurus, and Daspletosaurusdidnt instantly dominate the ecological space belonging to monstrously huge dinosaurs. Like other dinosaurs, they hatched from eggs and had to survive while transitioning into adulthood. As a new research paper published in…

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