Tyrannosaurus rex, commonly abbreviated as T. rex, is a species of theropod dinosaur that lived throughout what is now western North America from 68 to 66 million of years ago.
It was the largest terrestrial carnivore of North America, with the different measures between 12 and 12.5 in length and between 4.5 and 18.5 tonnes in weight. While not the largest theropod and terrestrial carnivore in the world, it still holds the title of owner of the most powerful bite force of all known terrestrial animals.
Since its discovery in the early 1900s, T. rex has been one of the most, if not the most famous and recognisable dinosaurs.
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Name: Tyrannosaurus rex, T. rex, Tyrannosaurus
Origin: Real World
Age: Varies. Oldest discovered specimen suggests a life span of at least 30 years.
Classification: Dinosaur, Theropod, Coelurosaur
Attack Potency: Wall level (Has the most powerful bite force of all known terrestrial animals. Its bite force has been estimated to be close to 12,800 pounds, while another study suggests a pressure of 431,000 PSI, making it superior to the likes of Saltwater Crocodile and Great White Shark. Can generate this much kinetic energy by charging)
Lifting Strength: Class 5 (The biceps brachii muscle of an adult Tyrannosaurus rex was capable of lifting 199 kilograms by itself, meaning its much more powerful neck muscle, a T. rex's main means of lifting, must be superior. Can drag multi-ton animals such as Triceratops, Ankylosaurus, Edmontosaurus or even other T. rex)
Striking Strength: Wall Class
Durability: Wall level (Can survive the bite and tackles of other T. rex)
Stamina: High (Has a build seemingly made for long distance running)
Range: Melee Range
Standard Equipment: None
Intelligence: Larger brain than most other reptiles in relation to size
Weaknesses: Limited arm movement, its legs would break if it was somehow forced to run