>From the little bit that I have read,
and please someone correct me if >I'm wrong, it seems that _Nanotyrannus_
did not have the "eye >bones" or "horns" over the eye
sockets that T. Rex had. Also, the >eye sockets were in a different
place than on T. Rex, perhaps giving >it binocular vision.
Supposedly this is why T. Rex and Nano' are >considered different
species. This is info from only what I've read >so the facts may
have already changed. Hope this helps.
Is really the nanotyrannus a different
species from the T-rex or is >>it a young specimen, how would we know
if it is really a young rex >>or a different species looking at the
few bones that we have found >>about theese species.
However, Nanotyrannus is more primitive than T. rex in that the maxillary
teeth is smaller and much numerous.
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