Porker But Knight Did Him Leaning Forward With His Tail Off The Ground Field Museum Of Natural History Chicago

TOP RIGHT: T. REX LOOKS A LOT SWIFTER IN THIS MODERN PAINTING, COPYRIGHT GREG PAUL. 1 9 88.

RIGHT: T. REX AS A COOPERATIVE HUNTER. HERE T. REX CIRCLES A HERD OF TRICERATOPS. I DON'T BELIEVE THIS SCENE FOR A LOT OF REASONS. BUT IT IS A NICE PAINTING BY MARK HALLETT.

LEFT: MUCH OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA WAS UNDERWATER IN THE HIGH WATER DAYS OF THE MLD-CRETACEOUS. 94 MILLION YEARS AGO. BY T. REX'S TIME. 67 MILLION TO 65 MILLION YEARS AGO. THE SEAWAY HAD SHRUNK A LOT. MAPS BY CHRIS SCOTESE.

NEXT PAGE: T. REX IN ITS E N VI RO N M E N T AS DRAWN BY DOUGLAS HENDERSON.

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SOME OF T. REX'S CARNIVOROUS COUSINS:

ABOVE LEFT: T. REX'S CLOSEST RELATIVE AND NEAR LOOK-ALIKE, TARBOSAURUS FROM MONGOLIA. DRAWING BY DOUGLAS HENDERSON.

ABOVE RIGHT: A SMALLER AND SEVERAL MILLION YEARS MORE

ANCIENT RELATIVE, ALBERTOSAURUS. PAINTING BY GREG PAUL.

FAR RIGHT: PERHAPS T. REX'S DIRECT ANCESTOR,

DASPLETOSAURUS. PAINTED BY GREG PAUL.

RIGHT: A COMPACT CONTEMPORARY RECENTLY NAMED, NANOTYRANNUS. PAINTING BY BRIAN FRANCZAK.

Brian Franczak PaintingsTyrannosaurus

BELOW: THE CREW'S AT WORK ON T. REX HERE, HAVING ALREADY TAKEN DOWN TONS OF ROCK FROM WANKEL'S ISLAND.

LEFT: HERE'S A BUNCH OF US (I'M THE ONE IN THE RED VEST) LOOKING AT THE NECK OF THE EXPOSED T. REX AND FIGURING OUT HOW WE'RE GOING TO GET SOMETHING THIS BIG OUT OF THE GROUND.

BOTTOM: SUNSET OVER WANKEL'S ISLAND. PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUCE SELYEM, MUSEUM OF THE ROCKIES.

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