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Re: Tyrannosaurus rex biomechanics



It's also worth noting that a woodland environment doesn't preclude high 
top-end speed or agility.  White tail deer, a woodlands species, have a 
speed comparable to the closely related mule deer, which live in more 
open country.

Modern analogies might shift T. Rex back into the open, as woodland 
predators tend to be somewhat smaller than their open country 
equivalents.