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T. rex's Skull-Shattering Bite

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Premiered Sep 25, 2019

A new study by Dr. Ian Cost & colleagues explores the possibility of cranial kinesis - flexibility of the skull - in T. rex, and what they learned was that the incredible musculature of Tryannosaur jaws would have been truly skull-shattering, in more ways than one!

This new Tyrannosaurus rex bite-force paleoart was commissioned by Dr. Casey Holliday (who also worked on this study). To learn why my depiction of T. rex looks different than most, and to find a link to the scientific paper this art was based on, visit my website http://dontmesswithdinosaurs.com

A direct link to the paper can be found here: https://doi.org/10.1002/ar.24219

This video was made possible by my patreon supporters. To help me keep bringing monsters to life, you can support my art directly with a small monthly pledge, visit http://www.patreon.com/historianhimself

Music by Historian Himself:
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https://historianhimself.bandcamp.com/

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