Meet Moros intrepidus, a little tyrannosaurus who lived in Emery County in Utah during the chalk. At 96 million years old is the oldest type of tiranosaurus chalk still found in North America. The find has reduced the 70 million year gap in the tyrannical dinosaur record.
And from the little ones, think about the size of deer mule. Moros was only three or four feet tall on the thigh. The sample found is more than seven years old and almost complete. His name means "the forerunner of doom".
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