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Tyranosaurus nose dives
Two things that are not being considered is the perfect balance
of T-rex and the height and length of its stride. It would have to be one
heck of a rock for something that size to trip over it. One thing that the
T-rex could be compared to is the ostrich. The ostrich can run at much
faster speeds than a T-rex and I believe
that they have the same form of bi-pedal locomotion (correct me on this if I
am wrong). Could one then study the way ostriches avoid falls at such
speeds to discover a clue into this mystery?
It is true that the ostrich weighs much less, but it would still
provide a closer model than a man on a motorcycle...
Josh C. Hickman