University of Toronto vertebrate paleontologist Robert Reisz recently undertook a study to challenge pop culture’s idea what therapods might have looked like when dinosaurs roamed the earth.
We tend to think of the Tyrannosaurus rex as a fearsome predator with big, sharp teeth sticking out its mouth. But what if we’ve been wrong all this time?
What if T. rex and other therapods instead had lips and gums that hid most of their teeth?
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