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10 Recent Discoveries About the Lives of Dinosaurs

The pace at which Tyrannosaurus rexes walked was comparable to that of modern-day individuals

T. rexes are faster, but more dangerous. According to Insider, scientists believe dinosaurs could walk at 25 mph

The discovery that early dinosaurs laid eggs with a thin, softer shell upended our previous understanding of dinosaur evolution

It's possible that there were as many as 2.5 billion T. rexes wandering the world at one point in time

The discovery of fossilised dinosaur nests provided insight into the social behaviour of the prehistoric animals

In addition to the type of dinosaur known as the Tyrannosaurus rex, there were several species of armless dinosaurs

In spite of its enormous size, another type of large carnivorous dinosaur possessed arms that were disproportionately small

There are three different kinds of dinosaurs that developed arms in a manner that was not dependent on any other dinosaur

This implies that the arms were probably used in some capacity. What it was, however, will remain a mystery for the time being

The discovery of an exceptionally rich fossil site in the United States has resulted in the area becoming extremely well protected