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The Fossil Record

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delia natomagan

on 28 April 2017

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Transcript of The Fossil Record

Tyrannosaurs Rex
General Group - Dinosaur
Phylum- Vertebrata
Age Range- Late Cretaceous
How & when the organism became extinct.
When- the Tyrannosaurus Rex became extinct was during the late cretaceous period, about 85 to 65 million years ago.
How- The extinction was believed to be caused by a catastrophic asteroid colliding with the earth. the asteroid hit the earth off the coast of Mexico killing all dinosaurs and any living organisms at the time.
Relation to living organisms today.
Fossil Formation.
Tyrannosaurus Rex mostly lived in a humid, semi-tropical environment in open forests with nearby rivers and in coastal forested swamps. They were most likely to live in a forested areas because it's where their prey would most likely be eating nearby plants.
The Fossil Record
Delia Natomagan
The fossil looks as if the Tyrannosaurus Rex was trying to run, and it looks like it was calling out with it's head being held high like that.
Descendants of the Tyrannosaurus Rex include Chickens and Ostriches.
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