A Shark's Skin Under an Electron Microscope

Shark's Skin Under an Electron Microscope

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Sarcosuchus attacks suchomimus, by Luis V. Rey

These Were the Freakiest Dinosaurs of the Mesozoic Era

T-Rex  -Tyrannosaurs were the killing machines of the Cretaceous period: these huge, powerful carnivores were all legs, trunk and teeth, and they preyed relentlessly on smaller, herbivorous dinosaurs (not to mention other theropods). The most famous tyrannosaur was Tyrannosaurus Rex, though less well-known genera (such as Albertosaurus and Daspletosaurus) were equally deadly. Technically, tyrannosaurs were theropods, placing them in the same larger group as dino-birds and raptors

T-Rex -Tyrannosaurs were the killing machines of the Cretaceous period: these huge, powerful carnivores were all legs, trunk and teeth, and they preyed relentlessly on smaller, herbivorous dinosaurs (not to mention other theropods). The most famous tyrannosaur was Tyrannosaurus Rex, though less well-known genera (such as Albertosaurus and Daspletosaurus) were equally deadly. Technically, tyrannosaurs were theropods, placing them in the same larger group as dino-birds and raptors

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