T. Rex and Aliens

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Ah, dinosaurs. Dinosaurs are cool. Dinosaurs even have feathers now (although that picture doesn’t).

We keep learning things about dinosaurs, and one of the most recent things we learned is about “non-avian theropods.” That’s the subset of dinosaurs the infamous Tyrannosaurus rex belongs to.

Specifically, carnivorous non-avian theropods. We’ve discovered more about how they move and how they hunt that is…

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