Tyrannosaurus rex (T-REX)
Name's meaning: Tyrant Lizard King
Pronounciation: tie-RAN-o-SAWR-us rex
Tyrannosaurus rex had two legs and was 40 feet long. It's jaws were up to 4 feet long and it's teeth grew up to be 13 inches long. Tyrannosaurus rex had bumpy skin like a crocodile. Some scientists think T. Rex could go up to 15 MPH. The T-REX weighed 5-7 tons. It's arms were 3 feet long. T. Rex had a stride length of around 12 to 15 feet.
Young Earth Age:
Alive sometime in the last 6000 years.
Old Earth Age:
According to old earth scientists, T-Rex lived in the Cretacious Period, about 85-65 million years ago.
It was a carnivore (meat eating dinosaur).
T-Rex fossils have been found in north west America.
Tyrannosaurus rex (T-REX) facts and dinosaur information by Matthew Steiner
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