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Billions of T. rexes roamed the Earth over their lifetime, new study says – CNET

At the high end, it’s probably less than half the total number of humans that have ever lived. But it doesn’t take many to be terrifying.

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A cast of a T. rex skeleton on display outside the UC Museum of Paleontology at the University of California, Berkeley. The original, a nearly complete skeleton excavated in 1990 from the badlands of eastern Montana, is at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana.
Keegan Houser, UC Berkeley
Humans in our current form have been around for perhaps a few hundred thousand years, what seems like an inconceivably long run in comparison to the lifespan of a single human. But even more mind-blowing…

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