How many teeth did a T-Rex have?

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How many teeth did a T-Rex have?




  1. T.Rex's had over 60 thick, conical, bone-crunching teeth that were up to 9 inches (23 cm) long. Its jaws were up to 4 feet (1.2 m) long

  2. 84

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  4. The Tyrannosaurus Rex had fifty, large pointed teeth. They grew up to seven inches in length. Just like a shark, the teeth had ridges, and even grew back to replace old ones. This "tyrant lizard" stood eighteen feet high at the shoulder and was over forty feet long. This dinosaur weighed at  a massive four tons.

    Other Facts:

    T-Rex was not a  fast runner at all. Its top speed was probably about 11-15 miles per hour.

    Tyrannosaurus' nose was  so sensitive, that it was able to detect the scent of blood twenty miles away.

    T- rex didn't chew its food. Its teeth were just used to help kill its prey and fight off other dinosaurs. T- rex would swallow almost every part of its meal, including bones.

    Its habitat was in the newly forming North America. (The Pangaea was certainly not around for the whole dinosaur time period. It started  separating in the middle to late  Jurassic Period.)

    Tyrannosaurus Rex lived during the Cretaceous Period, about 65 million years ago.

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