At a Glance
Towering over other dinosaurs, the terrible T-Rex ran swiftly with long strides
At almost twenty feet high and almost forty feet long, the T-Rex was not a great hunter but a scavenger, eating what other animals or dinosaurs left behind. Even though it had over fifty teeth that were over six inches long, its teeth were not used to chew but to tear since it swallowed its meals in chunks.
To have better depth perception in looking for its next meal, the eyes of the T-Rex were both pointed forward so that its vision overlapped.
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