A 3D film bringing dinosaurs back to life. Includes screen saver and production notes.

  • Use the activity-filled booklet to help your students enjoy and learn from the study of dinosaurs and paleontology

    T. rex- EnchantedLearning.com
    Includes information on what T-rex ate, where it lived, and some common myths.

  • rex was a huge meat-eating dinosaur that lived during the late, about 85 million to 65 million years ago

  • Until recently, Tyrannosaurus rex was the biggest known carnivorous dinosaur; and are slightly bigger

  • rex, like other dinosaurs, walked on its toes)

  • It was bumpy, like an alligator's skin, and has been described as a 'lightly pebbled skin.' HABITAT AND DISTRIBUTION Tyrannosaurus rex probably lived in forests, where its prey (plant-eating dinosaurs) could find plenty of food

  • rex also had depth perception (since both eyes faced forwards on the front of its skull, and not placed on the sides), but it was not the only dinosaur that had depth perception

  • Animals that are hunted (like the plant-eating dinosaurs) usually have eyes located on the sides of their head (having no depth perception); this lets them see predators approaching from both sides

  • OTHER HUGE MEAT-EATING DINOSAURS Although not the biggest meat-eating dinosaur ever discovered, Tyrannosaurus rex was certainly one of the largest terrestrial carnivores of all time

  • Information Sheets About Dinosaurs (and Other Prehistoric Creatures) Just click on an animal's name to go to that information sheet

    The Official Marc Bolan Fan Club
    A comprehensive site produced by the Official Fan Club.

    The Tyrannosauridae
    Explains how this dinosaur moved, and considers if it was a predator or a scavenger.

  • Tyrannosaursbelong to the, or 'reptile-hipped' dinosaurs

  • Within theSaurischia, tyrannosaurids belong to the group of carnivorous dinosaurs known as .Traditionally, the tyrannosaurs have been included within the .In this classification scheme, carnosaurs represent the largest carnivorousanimals to ever walk the land

  • However, recent work has shown that tyrannosaursare in fact a highly derived group of, which is mostly composed of smaller animals (including the smallest of allnon-avian dinosaurs, the crow-sized Compsognathus , and also the birds )

  • How Did Tyrannosaurs Move? Since tyrannosaurs were so huge, you might ask howthey could move well and hunt prey? In the dinosaurmovie, T.rex is depicted moving extremely quickly, maybe 50 or 60mph, isn't it? Is thisreasonable? For a more in-depth discussion of this, see our dinosaur speeds site

  • Recently, scientists studied Jurassic Park to calculate the actualspeed (using the length of the dinosaur's strides) of T

  • Many scientists familiar with the principles ofbiomechanics (physics applied to living organisms) think that tyrannosaurscould move fairly fast, maybe 10-20 mph, but not as fast as the smallertheropod dinosaurs

  • info: T REX DINOSAUR

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    Building T. rex
    From the University of California Museum of Paleontology.

    Vehicles T-Rex
    Features sales and product guide to three-wheeled motorbike that is a cross
    between a sports car and a motorcycle.

    The Astronomy Thesaurus
    Astronomical terms. Searches may be performed in English, French, German, Italian,
    and Spanish.

    Tyrannosaurus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    An encyclopedia article that explores the evidence of this dinosaur.

  • rex have been found in North American dating to the very end of the ; it was among the last dinosaurs to exist prior to the

  • Large bite marks found on bones of other dinosaurs indicate that these teeth could penetrate solid bone

  • [] Paleobiology As with all dinosaurs known only from the, much of Tyrannosaurus biology, including behavior, coloration, and, remains unknown

  • The presence of medullary tissue also provides further evidence of the close evolutionary relationship between birds and theropod dinosaurs

  • Like many bipedal dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex was historically depicted as a 'living ', with the body at 45 degrees or less from the vertical and the tail dragging along the ground, similar to a

  • This concept dates from 's 1865 reconstruction of , the first to depict a dinosaur in a bipedal posture

  • However, rare skin impressions from adult tyrannosauids in Canada and Mongolia show pebbly scales typical of other dinosaurs

  • The ocular cavities of tyrannosaurs are positioned so that the eyes would point forward, giving the dinosaur

  • Some argue that if Tyrannosaurus were a scavenger, another dinosaur had to be the top predator in the Amerasian Upper Cretaceous

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    Welcome to T-Rex Products
    Designs and produces reptile and pet products. Includes product photos and
    descriptions, contacts for retailers, and links.

    Søkemotor for brukt bil og motorsykkel.

    NOVA Online/Curse of T. rex
    Essay on the dinosaurs' companions and a Hot Science exercise about finding dinosaurs.

  • Here's what you'll find online: Explore the colorful cast of animals and plants that lived alongside the dinosaurs

  • (Hot Science) Find out how dinosaur hunters know where to begin looking

    TAG'S Marc Bolan & T.Rex Site
    Organization dedicated to the protection and maintenance of the Bolan Memorial
    Garden at the site of Bolan's fatal 1977 car accident.


    Marc Bolan Info Page
    Contains an extensive biography of Marc Bolan - founder, guitarist, and vocalist
    for the British rock band T.Rex.

    Sue at The FIeld Museum
    Sue is the largest preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex ever discovered. Dinosaur images,
    facts, theories, and a just for kids section with games and a flip book.

    Trex Company Home
    Specializing in custom decks, built from recycled plastic and wood composite lumber.

    Scientists recover T. rex soft tissue - Science - MSNBC.com
    A report that blood vessels, soft tissue, and perhaps even whole blood cells were
    found inside a dinosaur bone. Includes photos.

  • 'Preservation of this extent, where you still have this flexibility and transparency, has never been seen in a dinosaur before.' Feathers, hair and fossilized egg contents yes, but not truly soft tissue

  • Studying the soft tissues may help answer many questions about dinosaurs

  • Were they cold-blooded like reptiles, warm-blooded like mammals, or somewhere in-between? How are they related to living animals? 'If we can isolate certain proteins, then perhaps we can address the issue of the physiology of the dinosaur, ' Schweitzer said

  • Of course, the big question is whether it will be possible to see dinosaur DNA

  • She chose an ostrich because birds are thought to be the closest living relatives of dinosaurs and ostriches are big birds

  • Both the dinosaur and ostrich blood vessels contained small, reddish brown dots that could be the nuclei of the endothelial cells that line blood vessels

  • FREE VIDEO • March 25: Dinosaur expert Don Leesem talks about the discovery of soft tissues from the thigh bone of a 70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex with 'Today' show anchor Ann Curry

  • This particular dinosaur fossil was too big to lift and they reluctantly cracked a thighbone

    Marc Bolan & T-REX - Messing With The Mystic!
    News, oddities, links.

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    T-REX: Transportation Resource Exchange Center Home Page
    Provides documents, databases, and links to the people, organizations, and programs
    that are involved in the transport of radioactive materials.

    T.REX (ティーレックス) & MARC BOLAN (マーク・ボラン) Tribute ...

    T-Rex Tuning - Information and Reviews for the Align T-Rex 450X
    Dedicated to the build, setup, and maintenance of the Align T-Rex 450X electric
    model helicopter.


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