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Tyrannosaurs - The Most Dangerous Dinosaurs
Tyrannosaurs were the killing machines of the Cretaceous period: these huge, powerful dinosaurs were all legs, trunk and teeth, and they preyed relentlessly on ...
Tyrannosaurus Rex Facts - King of the Dinosaurs
Other tyrannosaur discoveries (including Gorgosaurus, Albertosaurus and Appalachiosaurus) proved different enough from these various Tyrannosaurus ...
The Large Theropods - Allosaurs, Carnosaurs, Abelisaurs - Dinosaurs
We know all about tyrannosaurs and raptors, but those two families comprised only a small percentage of the bipedal, carnivorous dinosaurs known as ...
How Was Tyrannosaurus Rex Discovered? - Dinosaurs - About.com
Other tyrannosaur discoveries--including Gorgosaurus, Albertosaurus and Appalachiosaurus--proved different enough from these various Tyrannosaurus ...
The First Tyrannosaur - Guanlong - Dinosaurs - About.com
In the last decade or so, a series of spectacular fossil finds has pushed the origin of tyrannosaurs all the way back to the late Jurassic period, 160 million years ...
Tyrannosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pictures, illustrations and photos of various tyrannosaurs, ranging from Albertosaurus to T. Rex.
The 15 Main Dinosaur Types - Dinosaurs - About.com
How many types of dinosaurs were there? Here's a list of the 15 most important dinosaur types, ranging from ankylosaurs to tyrannosaurs, complete with links to ...
Gorgosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
In many ways, Gorgosaurus was your garden-variety tyrannosaur--not quite as big (or as famous) as Tyrannosaurus Rex, but every bit as dangerous from the ...
Dinosaurs A to Z - A Guide to the Various Types of Dinosaurs
Complete, A to Z lists and profiles of various types of carnivorous dinosaurs, including tyrannosaurs, raptors, and more. A Complete, A to Z List of Carnivorous ...
The Dinosaur Encyclopedia - Tyrannosaurus Rex - Dinosaurs
Tyrannosaurs - The Most Dangerous Dinosaurs describes the family of theropod dinosaurs known as tyrannosaurs--some of which were extremely small and ...