Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Tyrannosaurus Rex's bite was 'three times superior than shark'

The Tyrannosaurus Rex has one of the most powerful bites of every creature ever to roam the Earth - up to three-and-a-half times superior than the huge White Shark, according to new study. The dinosaur might bring its jaws together with an amazing force of up to 57,000 Newton (13,000 lbs) - four times additional than preceding estimates. Its presentation surpasses that of all animals, equally living and extinct, together with today's great white shark, the most frightening recent day creature which packs a 3,600 pound (1.8 tons) bite.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur

Musculoskeletal biologist Dr Karl Bates told: "Our consequences demonstrate T Rex had a tremendously powerful bite making it one of the most hazardous predators to have roamed our world." His researchers at Liverpool University complete computer models of T Rex's jaw and compare it with related reconstruction of the skulls of an additional theropod dinosaurs Allosaurus, an alligator and a human. They establish it clamped downward on is prey with a devastating force up to approximately fifty times more than a large African lion (1,235lbs).

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