Tyrannosaurus Rex certainly has an imposing profile. As a child I loved movies and programs that featured dinosaurs. And from those days to these, Tyrannosaurus Rex has retained his reputation as the king of the predators. Fortunately for us, dinosaurs were the victims of natural deselection.
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“If we measure success by longevity, then dinosaurs must rank as the number one success story in the history of the land life. Not only did dinosaurs exercise an airtight monopoly as large land animals, they kept their commanding position for an extraordinary span of time - 130 million years. Our own human species is no more than a hundred thousand years old. And our own zoological class, the Mammalia, the clan of warm-blooded furry creatures, has ruled the land ecosystem for only seventy million years. True, the dinosaurs are extinct, but we ought to be careful in judging them inferior to our kind. Who can say that the human system will last another thousand years, let alone a hundred million?”
Robert T Bakker, The Dinosaur Heresies