Valley of the T.rex

Greg Henderson, Robert Locke,, Dinosaur Magazine

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This Discovery Channel feature offers an image gallery showing how perceptions of Tyrannosaurus rex' appearance have changed over time and a feature story discussing evidence suggesting that T.rex may have been a scavenger of the Late Cretaceous rather than a hunter. There is also information on paleontologist Jack Horner and his project at the Hell Creek Formation in Montana, with several videos on his work, and a news brief on his discovery of three T.rex fossils. There are also links to an online store where users may order the video, and to a site where users can type in their zip codes and learn which dinosaurs lived in their areas.

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Subject: Biology
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Overview/Reference Work, Audio/Visual:Images/Illustrations, Animations/Video
Grade Level: General Public
Focus on the Cretaceous: Paleontology
Topics: Biosphere, Time/Earth History