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'Pinocchio Rex,' Cousin Of T-Rex, Discovered In China

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May 7, 2014
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"Pinocchio Rex" is a long-nosed, more colorful relative of the T-Rex, but was just as dangerous. Video provided by Newsy


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Scientist Examines What Dinosaur Would Taste Best

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Move Over T Rex, a New Dinosaur Is Discovered

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Scientists Discover a 'King of Gore' T. Rex Relative

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