Tyrannosaurus rex had jaw muscles capable of producing nearly 8,000 pounds of bite force that can easily gnaw and slice through bones.
An African T. rex with tiny arms and a giant chicken with teeth are among the newly discovered dinosaurs.
Paleontologists discovered a fossilized remain of a 15-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex that lived about 66 million years ago.
The Burke Museum in Seattle has opened its doors to a rare discovery -- a T. rex fossil that's considered as one of the finest ones in the world.
A new bipedal dinosaur species called Gualicho shinyae has been discovered in Argentina. It features two short front limbs and a big body just like the T. rex.
Rare fossils recently found in Idaho represent at least three new small to mid-sized species of theropod, which is the group of carnivorous dinosaurs that includes the Tyrannosaurus rex.
A new species of dinosaur thought to be the oldest Jurassic dinosaur ever found in the U.K. was named Dracoraptor hanigani or “dragon robber." Researchers say this find is remarkably valuable, as it sheds light on the diversification of dinosaurs in the early Jurassic – a period that remains rather hazy to paleontologists.
Researchers have learned a little more about how fast tyrannosaurs were, after examining dinosaur tracks preserved at Wyoming's Glenrock Paleon Museum. Experts estimate these large carnivores were able to keep up with their competition and out-run herbivorous prey.
When studying muscle strain during jaw opening in three dinosaur species, researchers found that the Tyrannosaurus rex could extend its jaw 90 degrees –- a skill that came in extremely handy for carnivorous predators.
New tyrannosaur bones suggest that the large carnivores may have also resorted to cannibalism in times of need.
A bizarre new dinosaur lineage has been discovered in Chile, and though it is closely related to the famous carnivorous Tyrannosaurus rex, it curiously had an appetite for plants rather than meat.
What's worse than one Tyrannosaurus rex? Three. Newly discovered T. Rex tracks show that three of these ancient predators stalked together across a mud flat in ancient Canada supposedly in search of prey, backing the theory that they hunted in packs, according to a new study.