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Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction

 
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Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
The remains of two dinosaurs that were perfectly preserved in a bitter fight to the death are to be sold for a record £6 million.

The fossil of the 68-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus and a Triceratops locked in mortal combat were discovered entirely by chance.

They are said to be among the most important dinosaur discoveries of all time.


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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Ten million seems cheap!?
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Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
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Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
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It was accurate:

The dinosaurs have since been identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis, a close relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, and Chasmosaurine ceratopsian from the Triceratops family.
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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Just think for a moment, how do dinosaurs instantly die in mid animation?
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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
 Quoting: Spam Killer


It was accurate:

The dinosaurs have since been identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis, a close relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, and Chasmosaurine ceratopsian from the Triceratops family.
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Not blaming you- read further into the article, it is a RELATIVE of T Rex, not a Rex hf
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Just think for a moment, how do dinosaurs instantly die in mid animation?
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Bad journalism, both died from battle wounds, not in mid combat. Daily Mail...

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are these the bones with the protein in them? they provide great evidence for evolution
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Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
 Quoting: Spam Killer


It was accurate:

The dinosaurs have since been identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis, a close relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, and Chasmosaurine ceratopsian from the Triceratops family.
 Quoting: Person445


Not blaming you- read further into the article, it is a RELATIVE of T Rex, not a Rex :h
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I gave you the quote, obviously I read it.

People have no idea what Nanotyrannus lancensis is, therefore it is accurate to say T-Rex as it's very similar.

It's not misleading at all.
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Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
 Quoting: Spam Killer


It was accurate:

The dinosaurs have since been identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis, a close relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, and Chasmosaurine ceratopsian from the Triceratops family.
 Quoting: Person445


Not blaming you- read further into the article, it is a RELATIVE of T Rex, not a Rex hf
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Nanotyrannus is a genus of tyrannosaurid dinosaur, known only from two juvenile specimens, which are possibly juvenile specimens of the contemporary species Tyrannosaurus rex.
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Just think for a moment, how do dinosaurs instantly die in mid animation?
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shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.....................

You're going to cause someone to hurt something.
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8) Or speak to the earth, and it shall teach thee: and the fishes of the sea shall declare unto thee.
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Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
 Quoting: Spam Killer


It was accurate:

The dinosaurs have since been identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis, a close relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, and Chasmosaurine ceratopsian from the Triceratops family.
 Quoting: Person445


Not blaming you- read further into the article, it is a RELATIVE of T Rex, not a Rex hf
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The primary differences that some scientists have used to distinguish Nanotyrannus lancensis from Tyrannosaurus rex primarily concern the number of teeth.
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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
 Quoting: Spam Killer


It was accurate:

The dinosaurs have since been identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis, a close relative of Tyrannosaurus rex, and Chasmosaurine ceratopsian from the Triceratops family.
 Quoting: Person445


Not blaming you- read further into the article, it is a RELATIVE of T Rex, not a Rex hf
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The primary differences that some scientists have used to distinguish Nanotyrannus lancensis from Tyrannosaurus rex primarily concern the number of teeth.
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So it's the very same, with less teeth, but you think the article is misleading.

Based on only 2 specimens, it would seem equally logical these are T-Rex infants, that have yet to grow their adult teeth.
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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
I thought earth was 6000 years old wtf
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I thought earth was 6000 years old wtf
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good one
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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Highly doubt it that it was a mortal combat...
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Its ok, Scorpion and Sub-Zero are already fighting for the fossil...


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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Cool find!
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their 8 foot tall bodies were covered by debris from and earthquake shortly thereafter?

That's a cute story
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their 8 foot tall bodies were covered by debris from and earthquake shortly thereafter?

That's a cute story
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so is the bible. except for the bit where god kills billions of people, and the bit where god kills babies, and the bit where god sends a bear to kill 42 children, and the bit where he allows people to kidnap women and rape them and force them to marry them, and the bit where god forces his son to suffer extreme pain to save people from sins that god created.. i could go on..
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Re: Astonishing 68m-year-old fossil of T-rex and Triceratops locked in mortal combat could fetch a record $10 MILLION at auction
Barney and Baby Bop had a wtestling match?
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It was the T-Rex's *Uncle*.
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Very cool fossils in spite of the misleading article title (NOT your fault, the link got it wrong) about it being a Rex and a Triceratops.
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Really I was thinking 8' they have something wrong here. To me that would have been a great find if it was those two. The Triceratops is my fav and was really interested in seeing this. Was disappointed to see that it wasn't them. If it was I could see alot more than 10 Mil for that, still interesting.


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