That’s How Many T-Rexes Roamed the Earth Once

Date: 2021-05-27 08:34:20


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What do we know about dinosaurs? Many of them were huge, some of them had feathers and we believe that dinos went extinct long time ago. T-Rex was one of the most ferocious predators to ever live on Earth. And there were so many representatives of this species, that if it lived today, it’d fill an entire continent! But still T-rex wasn’t the scariest dinosaur of all times. Then who was? 😱

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0:00 How many T Rex dinosaurs were there?
1:16 How big was T Rex?
1:26 How fast was T Rex?
2:00 T Rex bite force
2:31 How T Rex hunted
2:57 Did T Rex have feathers?
3:07 Common myth about T Rex
3:28 Biggest dinosaur ever: Argentinosaurus
4:27 What did Triceratops look like?
5:10 Cool facts about Stegosaurus
5:55 Spinosaurus and it’s super sail
6:39 What were velociraptors like?
7:16 The dinosaur birds came from
7:34 How and when did the dinosaurs go extinct?

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Here’s Sue’s head: By Geoffrey Fairchild,
This was taken at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC: By Robert Herschede/Flickr,
Fighting dinosaurs: By Yuya Tamai,
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Argentinosaurus huinculensis reconstruction at Museo Municipal Carmen Funes, Plaza Huincul, Neuquén, Argentina: By William Irvin Sellers, Lee Margetts, Rodolfo Aníbal Coria, Phillip Lars Manning,
Lateral view movie file generated from the best example using a 2.8 s gait cycle time for Argentinosaurus: By Sellers, W.I.; Margetts, L.; Coria, R.A.; Manning, P.L.,
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Argentinosaurus dorsal vertebra cast, with Matt Wedel. LACM: By Matt J. Wedel,
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Dino Kingdom 2012: By Laika,
Mounted skeleton of Stegosaurus ungulatus: By Perry Quan,
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Skull of Triceratops with visible teeth in the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien (Vienna): By Bradypus,
Skull of Velociraptor mongoliensis: By Smokeybjb,
Plates of Stegosaurus specimen “Sophie”: By Christophe Hendrickx,
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Tyrannosaurus Rex specimen “SUE” on display at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois: By Evolutionnumber9,
Photo: cast of a Tyrannosaurus rex braincase at the Australian Museum, Sydney: By Matt Martyniuk,
Cast of Stegosaurus at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, Texas, USA: By Evolutionnumber9,
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