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RE: _T. rex_ debate in the newspaper
I doubt that T. Rex would have been capable of biting through the neck
vertebrae of it's prey, as this would almost certainly have broken its
teeth. Rex teeth are designed for cutting gashes out of prey and leaving
large debilitating wounds, and rounded teeth are much better at removing
large amounts of flesh from the victim in one bite, leaving a 'trough'
shaped wound, than pointed slashing teeth. Why would Raptors have needed
their teeth so much when they had sickle claws anyhow.