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''King Of The Dinosaurs: Tyrannosaurus Rex'' (2003) is a small pocket book about the TyrannosaurusRex and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole. It was published by ''Flying Frog Publishing''. It is only sold as part of the ''King Of The Dinosaurs'' pack.

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''King Of The of the Dinosaurs: Tyrannosaurus Rex'' (2003) is a small pocket book about the TyrannosaurusRex and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole. It was published by ''Flying Frog Publishing''. It is only sold as part of the ''King Of The of the Dinosaurs'' pack.



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: It's a small book about the TyrannosaurusRex; and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole, with all[[note]] Well most of it see CriticalResearchFailure in the [[Trivia/KingOfTheDinosaursTyrannosaurusRex trivia]].[[/note]] of it's facts being supported by scientists.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: ShownTheirWork: It's a small book about the TyrannosaurusRex; and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole, with all[[note]] Well all[[note]]well, most of it it; see CriticalResearchFailure in the [[Trivia/KingOfTheDinosaursTyrannosaurusRex trivia]].[[/note]] trivia]][[/note]] of it's its facts being supported by scientists.


* CriticalResearchFailure: Several examples exist.
** Though it is true that many dinosaurs layed eggs bigger then modern those of modern reptiles and birds, to say that it was most most dinosaur eggs would a major overstatement. Anyone would with basic knowledge in biology would be able too tell you that the size of a animal's egg size is largely (though not limited to) a animal's size and there were just as many small dinosaurs as there were he big ones.
** Says that dinosaurs died out about 5 million years ago instead of about 65 million years ago.



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: It's a small book about the TyrannosaurusRex; and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole, with all[[note]] Well most of it see CriticalResearchFailure above.[[/note]] of it's facts being supported by scientists.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: It's a small book about the TyrannosaurusRex; and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole, with all[[note]] Well most of it see CriticalResearchFailure above.in the [[Trivia/KingOfTheDinosaursTyrannosaurusRex trivia]].[[/note]] of it's facts being supported by scientists.

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->''TyrannosaurusRex was one of the most fearsome creatures ever to roam the earth. Discover exactly what made it so terrifying and how it survived in the brutal world to become King of the Dinosaurs.''

''King Of The Dinosaurs: Tyrannosaurus Rex'' (2003) is a small pocket book about the TyrannosaurusRex and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole. It was published by ''Flying Frog Publishing''. It is only sold as part of the ''King Of The Dinosaurs'' pack.

The book is divides it's contents in these's categories:
* ''Birth of the Dinosaur''
* ''The Time of Dinos''
* ''What Is a Dinosaur?''
* ''What Isn't a Dinosaur?''
* ''T-Rex Fact File''
* ''King of the Dinosaurs''
* ''Crushing Jaws''
* ''Claws of Death''
* ''Sensing Danger''
* ''Hunter or Scavenger?''
* ''Close Relatives''
* ''Enemy Territory''
* ''Dino Talk''
* ''Places to Visit''

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!! This book provides examples of:

* CriticalResearchFailure: Several examples exist.
** Though it is true that many dinosaurs layed eggs bigger then modern those of modern reptiles and birds, to say that it was most most dinosaur eggs would a major overstatement. Anyone would with basic knowledge in biology would be able too tell you that the size of a animal's egg size is largely (though not limited to) a animal's size and there were just as many small dinosaurs as there were he big ones.
** Says that dinosaurs died out about 5 million years ago instead of about 65 million years ago.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It's a book about the T-Rex, the king of the dinosaurs.
* RealLifeWritesThePlot: It's a small book about the TyrannosaurusRex; and to a lesser extent dinosaurs as a whole, with all[[note]] Well most of it see CriticalResearchFailure above.[[/note]] of it's facts being supported by scientists.
* TyrannosaurusRex: As to be expected in a book about the animal.

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