T. rex-like dinosaur head covered in knobby structures
The Dino That Looked T. Rex-y Long Before T. Rex 
Fossil findings shed light on a little-known group of Cretaceous-era beasts—and indicate that the combination of a large head and diminutive arms was no evolutionary fluke.
The Dino That Looked T. Rex-y Long Before T. Rex 
The Dino That Looked T. Rex-y Long Before T. Rex 

Fossil findings shed light on a little-known group of Cretaceous-era beasts—and indicate that the combination of a large head and diminutive arms was no evolutionary fluke.

Fossil findings shed light on a little-known group of Cretaceous-era beasts—and indicate that the combination of a large head and diminutive arms was no evolutionary fluke.

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Image of the Day: New Tyrannosauroid
Chia-Yi Hou | May 7, 2019
Fossils of two dinosaur skeletons found in New Mexico are from a species new to science that lived 92 million years ago.
Image of the Day: Skull Scan
The Scientist Staff | Aug 17, 2017
High-resolution neutron imaging and CT scans of the tyrannosaur Bistahieversor sealeyi’s 74-million-year-old skull shed light on its evolution.