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Even the great ones will meet their demise

Illustration for article titled Even the great ones will meet their demise

Even with a few goofy feathers sticking out of its back, T. rex was the greatest predator of the late Cretaceous period. It may have had the cunning of a raven, combined with the mass of a truck. Still, this formidable creature cried just like a sparrow sometimes. And it could do nothing to prevent its species' doom.

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This T. rex was created by German artist Wolfgang Keim. See more on his Deviant Art page!

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Annalee Newitz

Corrected: T. rex was from the late Cretaceous, not the Jurassic, as previously stated. My apologies. I am more of a Triassic person than a Jurassic and Cretaceous person. That is my excuse!!!