Mass fossil site in Utah may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs

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Mass fossil site in Utah may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs

Remains show evidence for social behavior
A dinosaur specimen discovered about 2 miles north of the Rainbows and Unicorns Quarry on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah. Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores, such as wolves, new research suggests.
Researchers prepare fossils to be airlifted from the Rainbows and Unicorns Quarry on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to the Paria River District paleontology lab in Kanab, Utah, in 2018. Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores, such as wolves, new research suggests.

Mass fossil site in Utah may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs

A dinosaur specimen discovered about 2 miles north of the Rainbows and Unicorns Quarry on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah. Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores, such as wolves, new research suggests.
Researchers prepare fossils to be airlifted from the Rainbows and Unicorns Quarry on Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument to the Paria River District paleontology lab in Kanab, Utah, in 2018. Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores, such as wolves, new research suggests.
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