Don't mess with T. rexes by ScottHartman | Author's note: "Ok, so I took some liberties with the spelling (for the non-Americans out there, I was poking fun at the phrase "Don't mess with Texas"). Technically this is a work in progress as I still need to update Peck's Rex and then do MOR 555, but I'm not actually researching Cretaceous dinosaurs right now and there's only so many hours in the day."
Map of Late Cretaceous coastline, from the post "How presidential elections are impacted by a 100 million year old coastline"
Dinosaur t-shirts Bundle of four dinosaur tees, all fitted crewneck: I'm Big In Detroit (American Apparel S) Mad Hatter T-Rex party (Tultex M) Cretaceous Beach (Gildan M) T-Rex meteor (Tee Fury M) Tee Fury Tops Tees - Short Sleeve
1979: From excess traces of iridium in late Cretaceous rocks, American scientist Luis Walter Alvarez theorizes that a large comet or asteroid struck the earth 65 million years ago, raising clouds of dust that reduced the amount od solar radiation penetrating the atmosphere and triggering the mass extinctions of dinosaurs and other Mesozoic life. Luis and Walter Alvarez at the K-T Boundary in Gubbio, Italy, 1981.
Stygimoloch spinifer, a pachycephalosaur from the Late Cretaceous of the United States, living about 66 million years ago. Around 3m long (9'10") it was the second-largest North American pachycephalosaur, after the eponymous Pachycephalosaurus...
Amazon.com: (DM 313) T-Rex Tooth: $20. Tyrannosaurus was a large predator that lived in the Upper Cretaceous 65 million years ago. They lived in the North American continent. Adult Tyrannosaurus was up to 42 feet long, 20 feet tall at the hip, and weighed about 6 tons. The teeth of the Tyrannosaurus were up to 12 inches long. The Tyrannosaurus or T-Rex was a meat eater. The T-Rex was probably both a hunter an a scavenger. It had a very strong jaw, and its bite power could snap the…
Amazon.com: (DM 324) T-Rex Skull Plaque: $20. Tyrannosaurus was a large predatory dinosaur that lived in the Upper Cretaceous 65 million years ago. The adult Tyrannosaurus was up to 42 feet long, and weighed about 6 tons. The teeth of the Tyrannosaurus were up to 12 inches long. They were found on the North American continent. The Tyrannosaurus or T-Rex was a carnivore. The T-Rex was probably both a hunter an scavenger.
Turrilitid ammonite replica from the Cretaceous Seas diorama at the American Museum of Natural History, NYC. Members of the Turrilitidae ammonite family lived world-wide during the late Cretaceous period, but, like all ammonites, they went extinct in the same global catastrophe that killed off the dinosaurs 65 million years ago