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25th Apr '17 1:50:06 PM Lymantria
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* Naturally, there is a ''T. rex'' in ''WesternAnimation/CadillacsAndDinosaurs''.

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* Naturally, there is a ''T. rex'' in ''WesternAnimation/CadillacsAndDinosaurs''.''[[ComicBook/XenozoicTales Cadillacs and Dinosaurs]]''
13th Apr '17 12:35:18 AM jormis29
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13th Apr '17 12:35:09 AM jormis29
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13th Apr '17 12:34:45 AM jormis29
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* Because it {{lampshades}} on the idea of [[TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats Secret Hero Mutant Team]], ''Kung Fu Dino Posse'' has one being the leader.

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* Because it {{lampshades}} on the idea of [[TeenageMutantSamuraiWombats Secret Hero Mutant Team]], ''Kung Fu Dino Posse'' ''WesternAnimation/KungFuDinoPosse'' has one being the leader.
13th Apr '17 12:34:45 AM jormis29
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5th Apr '17 11:20:06 AM darkemyst
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* King Samrick from ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' has a talking T. rex named Benny, with a another head and mouth hidden inside the first, as his herald.
5th Apr '17 11:01:22 AM AnotherGuy
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In fiction, ''T. rex'', like all dinosaurs, seems to [[KillAllHumans really like the taste of humans]], despite the fact that we're fricking tiny compared to it (imagine passing on a turkey dinner to run a mile for Chicken [=McNuggets=]). Expect to see ''T. rex'' [[RoarBeforeBeating roaring constantly]] and [[BadVibrations shaking the earth with every step]] as well as always active and on the prowl, never stopping to rest in order to conserve its energy. RuleOfCool always wins, but in RealLife predators will tread softly and shut up while hunting; otherwise [[FridgeLogic how would they ambush their prey with success]]?[[note]] Palaeontologists now seem to think that ''Tyrannosaurus'' and other large theropods may not have roared at all and probably made hissing and growling sounds like crocodiles.[[/note]] It is also usually implied to be male, perhaps because ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' means "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Tyrant Lizard King]]". Some scientists have suggested the females were larger; though this is plausible, solid scientific evidence for this hypothesis is not as strong as it used to be. In addition, large, adult ''Tyrannosaurs'' would hunt less and basically KillSteal the hunts of other carnivores and younger ''T. Rexes''; the highly advanced olfactory sense of the creature allowed it to sniff out carrion from miles away. Said roar would have ''definitely'' helped scare off smaller dinosaurs from a kill.

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In fiction, ''T. rex'', like all dinosaurs, seems to [[KillAllHumans really like the taste of humans]], despite the fact that we're fricking tiny compared to it (imagine passing on a turkey dinner to run a mile for Chicken [=McNuggets=]). Expect to see ''T. rex'' [[RoarBeforeBeating roaring constantly]] and [[BadVibrations shaking the earth with every step]] as well as always active and on the prowl, never stopping to rest in order to conserve its energy. RuleOfCool always wins, but in RealLife predators will tread softly and shut up while hunting; otherwise [[FridgeLogic how would they ambush their prey with success]]?[[note]] Palaeontologists now seem to think that ''Tyrannosaurus'' and other large theropods may not have roared at all and probably made hissing and growling sounds like crocodiles.[[/note]] It is also usually implied to be male, perhaps because ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' means "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Tyrant Lizard King]]". Some scientists have suggested the females were larger; though this is plausible, solid scientific evidence for this hypothesis is not as strong as it used to be. In addition, large, adult ''Tyrannosaurs'' would hunt less and basically KillSteal the hunts of other carnivores and younger ''T. Rexes''; rexes''; the highly advanced olfactory sense of the creature allowed it to sniff out carrion from miles away. Said roar would have ''definitely'' helped scare off smaller dinosaurs from a kill.
5th Apr '17 10:57:36 AM AnotherGuy
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In fiction, ''T. rex'', like all dinosaurs, seems to [[KillAllHumans really like the taste of humans]], despite the fact that we're fricking tiny compared to it (imagine passing on a turkey dinner to run a mile for Chicken [=McNuggets=]). Expect to see ''T. rex'' [[RoarBeforeBeating roaring constantly]] and [[BadVibrations shaking the earth with every step]] as well as always active and on the prowl, never stopping to rest in order to conserve its energy. RuleOfCool always wins, but in RealLife predators will tread softly and shut up while hunting; otherwise [[FridgeLogic how would they ambush their prey with success]]?[[note]] Palaeontologists now seem to think that ''Tyrannosaurus'' and other large theropods may not have roared at all and probably made hissing and growling sounds like crocodiles.[[/note]] It is also usually implied to be male, perhaps because ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' means "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Tyrant Lizard King]]". Some scientists have suggested the females were larger; though this is plausible, solid scientific evidence for this hypothesis is not as strong as it used to be.

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In fiction, ''T. rex'', like all dinosaurs, seems to [[KillAllHumans really like the taste of humans]], despite the fact that we're fricking tiny compared to it (imagine passing on a turkey dinner to run a mile for Chicken [=McNuggets=]). Expect to see ''T. rex'' [[RoarBeforeBeating roaring constantly]] and [[BadVibrations shaking the earth with every step]] as well as always active and on the prowl, never stopping to rest in order to conserve its energy. RuleOfCool always wins, but in RealLife predators will tread softly and shut up while hunting; otherwise [[FridgeLogic how would they ambush their prey with success]]?[[note]] Palaeontologists now seem to think that ''Tyrannosaurus'' and other large theropods may not have roared at all and probably made hissing and growling sounds like crocodiles.[[/note]] It is also usually implied to be male, perhaps because ''Tyrannosaurus rex'' means "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Tyrant Lizard King]]". Some scientists have suggested the females were larger; though this is plausible, solid scientific evidence for this hypothesis is not as strong as it used to be.
be. In addition, large, adult ''Tyrannosaurs'' would hunt less and basically KillSteal the hunts of other carnivores and younger ''T. Rexes''; the highly advanced olfactory sense of the creature allowed it to sniff out carrion from miles away. Said roar would have ''definitely'' helped scare off smaller dinosaurs from a kill.
27th Mar '17 12:59:33 PM Jeduthun
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As a somewhat hilarious postscript, the present-day living creature with the closest genetic similarity to ''T. Rex'' is... the '''''[[CluckingFunny chicken]]'''''. [[RussianReversal In modern age, you eat]] ''[[TheHunterBecomesTheHunted T. Rex.]]''

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As a somewhat hilarious postscript, the present-day living creature with the closest genetic similarity to ''T. Rex'' rex'' is... the '''''[[CluckingFunny chicken]]'''''. [[RussianReversal In the modern age, you eat]] ''[[TheHunterBecomesTheHunted T. Rex.rex.]]''
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