1. Research finds pack-like behavior among T. rexes in southern Utah national monument  The Spectrum
  2. Tyrannosaurs likely hunted in packs rather than heading out solo, scientists find  The Washington Post
  3. How a mass fossil site in southern Utah may have proved emerging theory about tyrannosaurs  KSL.com
  4. Mass fossil site may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs  Yahoo News
  5. Utah Dinosaur Graveyard Indicates T-Rex Was Social Predator  ksltv.com
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BLM scientists have discovered a pack of Tyrannosaurus rexes in southern Utah, which shatters previously-held ideas that T. rexes were lone wolves.BLM scientists have discovered a pack of Tyrannosaurus rexes in southern Utah, which shatters previously-held ideas that T. rexes were lone wolves.

Social T. rexes found in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

New research from fossils located at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument seems to support a theory that tyrannosaurs hunted in packs more like wolves than loners. New research from fossils located at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument seems to support a theory that tyrannosaurs hunted in packs more like wolves than loners.

How a mass fossil site in southern Utah may have proved emerging theory about tyrannosaurs | KSL.com

Tyrannosaurs probably hunted in groups, scientists announced Monday after analyzing fossils buried in Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.Tyrannosaurs probably hunted in groups, scientists announced Monday after analyzing fossils buried in Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

Tyrannosaurs likely hunted in packs, scientists discover in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument quarry - The Washington Post

Paleontologists developed the theory while studying a mass tyrannosaur death site found seven years ago in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah, one of two monuments that the Biden administration is considering restoring to their full size after former President Donald Trump shrunk them. Using geochemical analysis of the bones and rock, a team of researchers with the University of Arkansas determined that the dinosaurs died and were buried in the same place and were not the result of fossils washing in from multiple areas. The new Utah site is the third mass tyrannosaur grave site that’s been discovered in North America — bolstering a theory first developed 20 years ago that they lived in packs.Paleontologists developed the theory while studying a mass tyrannosaur death site found seven years ago in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah, one of two monuments that the Biden administration is considering restoring to their full size after former President Donald Trump shrunk them. Using geochemical analysis of the bones and rock, a team of researchers with the University of Arkansas determined that the dinosaurs died and were buried in the same place and were not the result of fossils washing in from multiple areas. The new Utah site is the third mass tyrannosaur grave site that’s been discovered in North America — bolstering a theory first developed 20 years ago that they lived in packs.

Mass fossil site may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs

New research released Monday from the Bureau of Land Management in Utah indicates that tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators, like in the movies, but social carnivores, similar to wolves.New research released Monday from the Bureau of Land Management in Utah indicates that tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators, like in the movies, but social carnivores, similar…

DINOSAUR DISCOVERY: T-rex dinosaurs may have hunted in packs like wolves, new research shows

Paleontologists say a mass grave in Utah shows the dinosaurs may not have always been solitary predators as previously thoughtPaleontologists say a mass grave in Utah shows the dinosaurs may not have always been solitary predators as previously thought

Tyrannosaurs may have hunted in packs like wolves, new research has found | Dinosaurs | The Guardian

Much like wolves, the fearsome carnivore Tyrannosaurus rex roamed in groups, not as solitary predators, according to a study of fossils in Utah.Much like wolves, the fearsome carnivore Tyrannosaurus rex roamed in groups, not as solitary predators, according to a study of fossils in Utah.

Ferocious T. Rex dinos hunted in packs, scientists say. Imagine the carnage | Science | lacrossetribune.com

The discovery of several tyrannosaurs that apparently died together on Utah’s Kaiparowits Plateau, inside the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, provides compelling evidence that the fearsome predatory dinosaur lived and hunted in groups.The discovery of several tyrannosaurs that apparently died together on Utah’s Kaiparowits Plateau, inside the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, provides compelling evidence that the fearsome predatory dinosaur lived and hunted in groups.

Grand Staircase discovery bolsters theory that T. rexes hunted in packs

New research from paleontologists in Utah found evidence that tyrannosaurs may have been social, rather than solitary as previously believed.New research from paleontologists in Utah found evidence that tyrannosaurs may have been social, rather than solitary as previously believed.

Fossils found in Utah indicate tyrannosaurs were social predators, not solitary

The Bureau of Land Management released a new study that indicted the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex traveled in packs and were not lone hunters as previously thought.The Bureau of Land Management released a new study that indicted the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex traveled in packs and were not lone hunters as previously thought.

Utah Dinosaur Graveyard Indicates T-Rex Was Social Predator

The Bureau of Land Management released a new study that indicted the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex traveled in packs and were not lone hunters as previously thought.The Bureau of Land Management released a new study that indicted the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex traveled in packs and were not lone hunters as previously thought.

Utah Dinosaur Graveyard Indicates T-Rex Was Social Predator – KSLTV.com

New research that unfolded from a quarry site at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah suggests controversial evidence that points to the giant Tyrannosaurus rex living in social family units that hunted together to bring down prey.New research that unfolded from a quarry site at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument suggests controversial evidence that points to the giant Tyrannosaurus rex living in social family units that hunted together to bring down prey.

Social T. rex? New research shows meat eater hunted in packs - Deseret News

Based on findings made at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument about the fearsome carnivores, the Bureau of Land Management has published new research suggesting that the dinosaur species may have been more social than historically believed. The findings are based on a 2014 discovery of fossils from four or five different T-rexes at the same site inside the monument’s “Rainbows and Unicorns Quarry.”KANAB, Utah (ABC4) – It’s said that teamwork makes the dream work and based on new discovery, researchers now believe that the Tyrannosaurus rex bought into that philosophy millions of years ago. B…

T-rex site in Utah suggests giant dinosars were social creatures

SALT LAKE CITY — Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores such as wolves, new research unveiled Monday found. Paleontologists developed the theory while studying a mass tyrannosaur death site found seven years ago in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah, one of […]

Mass fossil site may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs - 680 NEWS

The pack of four, possibly five, T. rexes likely died in a seasonal flood after a slow-burn fire between 66 and 100 million years ago, scientists say.The pack of four, possibly five, T. rexes likely died in a seasonal flood after a slow-burn fire between 66 and 100 million years ago, scientists say.

T. rex mass death site, first in southern US, found at Utah monument

The pack of four, possibly five, T. rexes likely died in a seasonal flood after a slow-burn\u00a0fire between 66 and 100 million\u00a0years ago, scientists say.

T. rex mass death site, first in southern US, found at Utah monument

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores such as wolves, new research unveiled Monday found. Paleontologists developed the theory while studying a mass tyrannosaur death site found seven years ago in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah, one […]SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores such as wolves, new research unveiled Monday found. Pa…

Mass fossil site may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs | NEWS10 ABC

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores such as wolves, new research unveiled Monday found.

Mass fossil site may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs - Channel3000.com

The new Utah site is the third mass tyrannosaur grave site that's been discovered in North America and provides even more evidence that tyrannosaurs may have lived in groups.The new Utah site is the third mass tyrannosaur grave site that's been discovered in North America and provides even more evidence that tyrannosaurs may have lived in groups.

Utah mass fossil site may prove tyrannosaurs lived in packs

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