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Re: T-rex reproduction.
>It seems logical to me that the paucity of T-rex skeletons discovered
>far indicates a large range and low population density--and that rather
>laying clusters of eggs to hatch a brood, T-rex was more likely to lay
>guard a single egg, somewhat like a penguin. --Merritt Clifton,
> ANIMAL PEOPLE.
The alleged eggs of Tyrannosaurus bataar occur in pairs, possibly
arranged in a linear row. The number of pairs in a linear row, however,