Back in October, I posted a drawing of what was, at the time, a scientifically-accurate depiction of Tyrannosaurus rex. Here is that older, now outdated picture:
In 2018, the interpretation of this iconic dinosaur has changed yet again. With updated science, I present the 2018 update of my drawing of Tyrannosaurus rex:
Aside from the lack of feathers, I also added tarsal scutes on the feet and some brighter colors around the eyes. More information is also provided, such as the formations where it was found, and a specific breakdown of its temporal range. Personally, I think this is an improvement over the older drawing. Leave your thoughts in the comments.
Isla Nublar was like most other islands. Too many mouths, not enough to go around.
A divine tapestry the likes of which I have never seen.
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