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Tyrannosaurus rex – the tyrant king lizard, prize fighter of antiquity, most apex of apex predators, and supremely fluffy destroyer of dino fans dreams.
And look closely at the cover: Atop the dino’s giant head, a 19th-century horse and rider trot along.
The 75-million-year old dino has a rounded snout, elongated horns and surprised paleontologists by being one of the most complete skeletons found in Montana's Judith River Formation.
In May, that list includes three Stephen King thrillers, a trio of dino-mayhem blockbusters, an Oliver Stone rock and roll biopic, a Cary Grant-Alfred Hitchcock classic, a John Cusack crime comedy, and one of Bill Murray's all-time finest films.
Perhaps the most likely is that the dino's arms just weren't very useful.
Sarmientosaurus is only the newest face in that grand picture of dino diversity.
The dino emits some Chewbacca-like noises, his nostrils flare, and his long neck and head move smoothly.
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