A new fossil tyrannosaur was discovered in Utah – and it is tiny compared to its more well-known relative, T. rex. Reports Salt Lake Tribune
Meet Moros intrepidus, a small tyrannosaurus who lived in the state of Umay in the state of Umay during the Chalk period. At the age of 96 million years old, this is the oldest form of the Cretaceous Tyrannosaurus, which opened in North America. The find narrowed the gap of 70 million years into the record of the tyrant of the dinosaurs.
And the little one, I think, is the size of a deer mule. Moros was only 3 or 4 feet tall in the thigh. The resulting sample was evaluated at the level of more than seven years and was almost completely grown. This means "death fortune".
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