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    Default World's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex found by Canadian paleontologists



    This isone gigantic dinosaur. Paleontologists at the University of Alberta recently reported the world's largest Tyrannosaurus rex, and the biggest dinosaur skeleton ever found in Canada. The enormous dinosaur, which was 42 feet long and weighed 19,400 pounds, roamed prehistoric Saskatchewan 66 million years ago and was nicknamed Scotty. You can read more about this and view the video here, at:
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    Default Re: World's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex found by Canadian paleontologists

    Thank you Marshall,

    this is very interesting, the very big Tyrranosaurus rex, and in Canada.
    And the scientists have emptied a bottle of Scotch, according to the report.

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    Default Re: World's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex found by Canadian paleontologists

    Quote Originally Posted by Makuser View Post
    This isone gigantic dinosaur. Paleontologists at the University of Alberta recently reported the world's largest Tyrannosaurus rex, and the biggest dinosaur skeleton ever found in Canada. The enormous dinosaur, which was 42 feet long and weighed 19,400 pounds, roamed prehistoric Saskatchewan 66 million years ago and was nicknamed Scotty. You can read more about this and view the video here, at:
    https://www.foxnews.com/science/worl...aleontologists
    Is that what happened to the dinos? Scotty said "beam me up!"

    Thanks for the thread and link Marshall. Very interesting!
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    Default Re: World's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex found by Canadian paleontologists

    Great read...incredible dino!!

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