Tyrannosaurus Rex Bite Could ‘Pulverize’ Bones: Study
05/18/2017 General World News

The Tyrannosaurus rex had jaws and teeth strong enough to “pulverize” bones, a new study suggests.

The pressure the huge dinosaur could muster when biting was equal to the “weight of three small cars simultaneously generating world record tooth pressures,” researchers from Florida State University and Oklahoma State University said.

T. rex’s bone-crushing bite is typically not seen in reptiles, which aren’t able to chew up bones, but in carnivorous mammals like wolves and hyenas.

Researchers say the T. rex could bite with more than 3,600 kilograms of pressure, which is twice the force of the current living crocodile. For bone crushing, however, read more >>>

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