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crownedrose:

Jane, a juvenile T. rex on display at the Burpee Museum

First thought to be a skeleton of Nanotyrannus, “Jane” has been looked over thoroughly by many well known palaeontologists since her discovery back in 2001. It has been concluded that “Jane” is actually a juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex. There is still much research and debate to whether or not Nanotyrannus is a valid genus.

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    Also, Jane is the most complete and best preserved juvenile T. rex found; discovered in the Hell Creek Formation in...
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  24. apatosaurus said: I want Jane and Sue to have a graphic novel where they explore questions of identity and uncertainty. There should be a quirky Torosaurus, too.