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'King of Gore' Dinosaur Found in Utah

Paleontologists believe Lythronax argestes is 80 million years old and a relative of T.rex.
0:38 | 11/07/13

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A geographic discovery that scientists are calling one of the biggest batted meat eating dinosaurs of its time. He -- it was discovered in you talk it's called a life -- acts are -- and experts say it is a close relative of the T Rex. Only it was around way way before. And because. It's for almost fifteen million years older than tyrannosaurus Rex that suggests to us. That there's a whole diversity of other turn swords out there waiting to be found that we don't even know about. This new dinosaur is believed to weigh about 2.5 tons and stand as tall as twenty -- feet. By the -- there's -- new Jurassic Park sequel in the works if this guy makes it and.

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