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Complete T.Rex: How Stunning New Discoveries are changing our understanding of the World's most popular dinosaur

Out of Print

By: JR Horner and D Lessem

240 pages, Col illus,line drawings

Souvenir Press

Hardback | Dec 1993 | #28188 | ISBN: 0285631624
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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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