T. rex exhibit reveals what the apex predator looked like as a baby

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The most fearsome dinosaur of them all, takes center stage at a major new exhibition opening this week at the Museum of Natural History. “T. rex: The Ultimate Predator” introduces visitors to early tyrannosaurus ancestors of the T. rex. The museum’s T. rex skeleton with its bones reconfigured into a crouch, is now joined by a life-size model of the apex predator topped with tufts of bristly hair. Michelle Miller reports.

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