Although there is no hard evidence either way, it is possible that Tyrannosaurus rex did have feathers. There is fossil evidence that other members of the tyrannosaur family had feathers. More »

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Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs lived during the late Cretaceous period, which was about 65 million years ago, on a continent named Laramidia. Laramidia is now part of North America. The name Tyrannosaurus rex means "tyrant ... More »

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Tyrannosaurus Rex lived during the late Cretaceous period; this was approximantely 67 to 66.5 million. The species lived during the final age of dinosaurs on Earth until a catastrophic extinction event eventually eradica... More »

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The Tyrannosaurus rex, like other dinosaurs and their surviving modern-day bird relatives, reproduced sexually. The female then laid fertilized eggs from which newborn tyrannosaurs would hatch. More »

Tyrannosaurus rex primarily ate herbivore dinosaurs, including the Edmontosaurus and the Triceratops. Studies suggest that the Tyrannosaurus rex also practiced cannibalism. Paleontologists believe that if two Tyrannosaur... More »

The Tyrannosaurus rex was a carnivore and one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs on Earth. It could consume nearly 500 pounds of meat in a single bite. The term "tyrannosaurus" means tyrant lizard. More »

A Tyrannosaurus rex stood about 15 to 20 feet tall, or 4.6 to 6 meters high. Its length was about 40 feet, or 12 meters. More »