By Paul Ciampanelli
Aug 09, 2013
The fossil is expected to fetch about $10 million at auction, which would break the record set by Sue, a Tyrannosaurus rex fossil that sold for $8.4 million in 1997.
looks like interspecies sex went bad...
Those are probably remains of the first Democrats and Republicans having it out.
They are an integrated couple right?
.... i want it so i can bring it to life like Jurassic park
So much for a T-Rex being just a scavenger. Current examples of that behavior are Lions and Water Buffalos.
My very first thought too, however, it is also entirely possible that T-Rex had a killing system similar to modern day Komodo Dragon and rather confront his prey, he wounded Triceratops, ran back and waited for the toxins to incapacitate him, and came back to finish him off. However, for the Jurassic romantic in all of us, the idea that T-Rex was a monster that hunted, attacked and fought to the death is much more fun to think about.
Evidence of a catastrophic flood. About 6 thousand years ago.
Where do you get that information?
I believe labonte83 was expressing a bit of delightful sarcasm for the fundamentally impaired. Voted up.
The Bible !
Speaking of time- Time for you to watch 'INHERIT THE WIND', starring Spencer Tracy.
It's a SNOW JOB!!! IT'S A EPOXY CASTING! SEE HOW SHINY IT IS?
They make casts of every important fossil.
IT 'S A SNOW JOB!
are you saying they never existed
Damn! if they are auctioning it it's highly unlikely I'll ever get to see it. Oh! well that's what usually happens.
Yeah, I was going to say that these two dinosaurs were misidentified. From the first photo, it was easy to see that this was certainly not a to-the-death struggle between the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops we all know and love. Glad the captions finally make that known.