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The tyrannosaurs or T. rex as its commonly called, has been well known for being a massive carnivorous dinosaur that walked the Earth some 98 million years ago. It even debuted in Jurassic Park, striking fear wherever he went. Now a new discovery has been made of a killer dinosaur that roamed in what is now Utah some 100 million years ago.
Researchers from the Field Museum in Chicago and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh announced the finding Friday in the journal Nature Communications.
According to the research report, this gigantic creature was estimated to be more than 30 feet high and weigh over 3 tons, making it the third largest creature ever discovered in North America. Researchers say the killer dinosaur could have been even larger than this as the bones found are believed to belong to a juvenile.
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