By: JR Horner and D Lessem
240 pages, Col illus,line drawings
Seeks to refine our knowledge of this famous beast incorporating new discoveries made in the past few years. The authors argue that the T. Rex was a sleeker, faster carnivore than previously supposed, that it was a frequent scavenger and had warm blood, and that it is now possible to distinguish between the sexes.
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