Tyrannosaurs Bit Each Other's Faces in 'Fight Clubs'

Tyrannosaurs Bit Each Other's Faces in 'Fight Clubs'
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Tyrannosaurs viciously bit each other on the face, though likely not with the intention to kill. Rather, these biting brawls were probably the result of different individuals' competing for prizes, such as territory, mates or higher status, a new study finds.

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