It’s true. T-Rex just joined the picky eaters club. Researchers in Japan recently discovered that T-Rex had nerve sensors in its jaw that allowed it to discern the tastiest parts of its food. They compare T-Rex’s complex distribution of nerves to that of today’s crocodiles and tactile-foraging birds, which have extremely keen senses.*
What does that mean? If you didn’t taste good, T-Rex was likely to spit you out.
Want to share other, but perhaps more child-friendly T-Rex facts with your young ones? Check out “How to Care for Your T-Rex.”
*Jason Goodyer, "Tyrannosaurus Rex may have been a picky eater." Science Focus, August 24, 2021. https://www.sciencefocus.com/news/tyrannosaurus-rex-may-have-been-a-picky-eater/
Sounds like a funny and intriguing book. I'll have to look it up at the library. Your other books sound hilarious too.ReplyDelete