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  • T. REX AUTOPSY

ABOUT THE SHOW

This once-in-a-lifetime experiment offers an unprecedented opportunity to explore questions such as whether or not T. rex had feathers; how it fed with tiny arms; whether it was primarily a hunter or scavenger; how it digested food; how old it lived to be; how it procreated; and whether it was warm-blooded like a mammal or cold-blooded like a reptile.

With eyes the size of grapefruits, 30 centimetre-long teeth and a stomach big enough to digest a four-year-old child, the T. rex is lifelike inside and out. Using cutting-edge special effects techniques and in collaboration with esteemed veterinary surgeons, anatomists and paleontologists, T. rex Autopsy illuminates the latest research and findings about
Tyrannosaurus rex.

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