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 T-Rex could have run faster than an average human at top speed, but there is a chance that a human could outrun a T-Rex. We can never fully know how fast the Tyrannosaurus Rex ran, but scientists at the University of M... 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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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, 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 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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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 »