As with many animals today, Tyrannosaurus rex likely had sexual dimorphism. Here is my concept for how males and females would be differentiated:
-Brighter colors around the eyes
-More rough-looking face
Many people think that female Tyrannosaurus were larger than males because of the hypothesis proposed by the heavily-outdated but still phenomenal Walking With Dinosaurs. There's no evidence to support that females were larger. The sizes of Tyrannosaurs probably varied based on the individual, determined by factors such as nutrition, health, nourishment, and fitness. Let me know what you think below.
aNd lIsTeN tHiS uP! yOu'Re gOiNg tO...i'M gOiNg tO...iF yOu dO tHiS oNe mOrE tImE i'M gOiNg tO tElL mIsS mUrRaY tHaT yOu dOnE tHaT sH!T! dO yOu hEaR mE?
Once again the male rex is legendary.
"...I hope they remember you."-Thanos
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