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Could You Outrun a T-Rex? - with David Hone

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In this highlight clip from his talk 'How the Tyrannosaurs Ruled the World', palaeontologist David Hone explains how the legs of T-Rex made them such good long distance runners.
Watch the full talk: https://youtu.be/f-jD7kQvyPs
David's book "The Tyrannosaur Chronicles" is available now: https://geni.us/VItWu

David Hone is a palaeontologist and writer whose research focuses on the behaviour and ecology of the dinosaurs and their flying relatives, the pterosaurs. He writes extensively online about palaeontology and science outreach, blog for the science pages of The Guardian, and has recently written a book about tyrannosaurs.

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  • Justin Added I don't really think that you would outrun a tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur









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