The Saga of SueThe Cretaceous Period, a time where dinosaurs dominated the land and many different species thrived. Of course, the Earth wasnt as familiar as it is today. Our own continent, North America, was split in two by a large inland sea. This sea provided the creatures in North America a lush, green habitat.The Saga of Sue7 years ago in Historical More Like This
The fields of North America were lush enough to support the largest dinosaurs. Surrounded by forest, it was a haven for herbivores. If you were to look into a grassy field in Cretaceous America, you may have spotted a herd of triceratops grazing upon the lush grass, Edmontosaurus walking by as well, with young following right behind them. But beyond the safety of the herd, waiting in the forest, lies one of natures most deadliest predators, Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Tyrannosaurus was the most fearsome predators of North America, weighing in at 7 tons and reaching lengths of 40 feet long. This predator was a thing to fear, and it was hungry
Edmontosaurus was a large hadrosaur (du
Valley of the T-rex rant Valley of the T-rex rantValley of the T-rex rant2 years ago in Miscellaneous More Like This
You know, I am a fan of dinosaurs and documentaries about them. Except for a few. This one in paticular is the biggest piece of crap documentary ever created. I'm not even going to review it. I'm just going to rant on the stupidest parts. So, here we go, Valley of the T-rex rant:
(Jack Horner(on T-rex being a predator):It's intresting except, scientifically speaking, no one's ever challenged the idea that T-rex was a predator...)
Bullcrap! Paleontologist Lawrence Lambe suggested tyrannosaurs were scavengers because the lack of wear on the teeth of an Albertosaurus (which we now know is because carnivorous dinosaurs replaced there teeth regulary). So, Jack is NOT the first to purpose this theory.
(And, no one's found any evidence to suggest that it was a predator.)
What about the healed bitemarks on ceratopsians and hadrosaurs?
(Jack Horner: I don't think T-re