New Tyrannosaur Species Discovered
Jared Voris, Paleontology PhD Student, University of Calgary
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Meet the ‘Reaper of Death’ – a new tyrannosaur species discovered in Canada. The 79-million-year-old fossil is the oldest tyrannosaur known from northern North America. How ferocious was this creature? We find out from the paleontologist who studied the fossil.
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Tags: The Bigger Picture The Daily Digest, T-Rex, Reaper of Death, fossil, tyrannosaur, paleontology, Alberta, Canada, Tyrannosaurus rex, John & Sandra de Groot, Thanatotheristes degrootorum,