Saturday, November 01, 2008

Fee Fi Fo Fum

I smell the blood of a Tricertops......Or we could say this was as obvious as the nose on his face...after all with a snout like that why is this a surprize?!

Tyrannosaurus Rex could sniff out distant prey even at night, yet another reason the flesh-ripping predator reigned supreme as king of the dinosaurs, according to a study published on Wednesday.
Earlier research had shown that the towering T-rex could see better than an eagle and would have been able to run down the fastest of humans.
The new study now unveils a previously unheralded weapon in the fearsome theropod's arsenal: a dangerously keen sense of smell.

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