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It's Official: T. Rex Was Ferocious Predator, Not Scavenger

As most anyone who went through the "dinosaur phase" in childhood already guessed Tyrannosaurus rex was a fearsome predator. Full story

Bitten by hungry T. rex, this dinosaur got away

The fearsome bite of a hungry Tyrannosaurus rex left behind new evidence that the famous beast hunted for food and wasn't just a scavenger. Full story

T. rex chases wedding party in viral photo

   As if getting married weren’t already scary enough, dinosaur buff James Lowder simulated a Tyrannosaurus rex attack on his own wedding party by having them run toward a camera and then having a roaring T. rex Photoshopped into the background.

Obama's return to Jersey Shore shows he's still got their back

   President Obama returned to the Sandy-devastated parts of the Jersey Shore on Tuesday to survey recovery efforts. Howard Fineman discusses the political odd-couple reunion of Obama and Gov. Chris Christie, as well as federal aid and recovery efforts across the U.S.

T. Rex's Smaller Cousin Ate Like a Falcon, Study Finds

A smaller cousin of the Tyrannosaurus rex, called Allosaurus, may have fed on its prey in a fashion similar to modern-day falcons, a new study finds. Full story

U.S. returning looted Tyrannosaurus skeleton to Mongolia

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A 70-million-year-old dinosaur skeleton from the Gobi Desert that was smuggled to the United States in pieces and auctioned for more than $1 million was returned on Monday by the U.S. government to Mongolia. Full story

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College Kids Get T. Rex Anatomy All Wrong

Dinosaur skull is seized in Wyoming

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Ancient 'Predator X' sea monster named

Judge OKs federal seizure of dino skeleton

Stubby-armed dino was T. rex of Southern Hemisphere

'Shaggy' Tyrannosaur Now World's Biggest Feathered Beast

Scientists say T. rex had the toughest bite

A fearsome dinosaur — with odd little arms

Terrible Twos: Young Tyrannosaurs Were Careful Predators

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  Laura Dern: ‘Jurassic Park 3D’ is ‘awe-inspiring’

Actors Sam Neill and Laura Dern, stars of the 1993 blockbuster “Jurassic Park,” marvel over the fact that it has been 20 years since they filmed the movie and discuss the new 3-D version, which Dern calls “phenomenal.”

  Did tiny arms of T-Rex have purpose?

Scientists in Japan have assembled a replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex in a crouching position and believe the dinosaurs tiny arms were used to help it stand. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Fake T-Rex gives kids a real scare

A man in a realistic baby Tyrannosaurus rex costume was set loose on a group of Australian students as part of a television show.

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Officials are seen with a dinosaur fossil during a ceremony in New York

Officials are seen with a dinosaur fossil during a ceremony in New York May 6, 2013. The huge Tyrannosaurus bataar's skull was on display at a repatriation ceremony near the United Nations in New York, where officials of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan and the U.S. Immigration and Customers