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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP28 Dec 2012 9:14 p.m. PST

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Old Glory Sponsoring Member of TMP28 Dec 2012 10:13 p.m. PST

Contrary to movies, were they actually around at the same time?
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Russ Dunaway

mikeda28 Dec 2012 10:48 p.m. PST

Yes and both found in modern day north america

Rubber Suit Theatre28 Dec 2012 11:43 p.m. PST

To the point that Triceratops vertebrae have been unearthed with Tyrannosaurus tooth marks (which proves that they ate 'em, but not necessarily that they killed 'em). Not sure about the whole "kung-fu theropod" pose. Tails are awfully wiggly compared to what I've read – seems they were too long for the base.

svsavory29 Dec 2012 8:53 a.m. PST

Amazing paint work on the T-Rex.

WarrenB Inactive Member29 Dec 2012 12:01 p.m. PST

Looks like a tired old Jurassic Park tyrannosaur (it's a fairly distinctive design with it's spoon-shaped snout, zig-zaggy cheeks and great fleshy eye-wings) or one of the unnumbered knockoffs since 1993 that took the innaccuracies and alterations as gospel. Not so sure about the Triceratops, but it does have the cheek-right-up-to-the-beak that you don't see in many other restorations.

rvandusen Supporting Member of TMP29 Dec 2012 12:08 p.m. PST

Not too long ago there was a science article that discussed skeletal injuries on Triceratops fossils. The article claimed that a number of bite-marks showed signs of healing providing evidence that the Triceratops survived the encounter. It is also assumed that the bites could have only come from a Tyrannosaur since they were the only known animal large enough to cause such massive wounds.

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