Sniffing for Breakfast

Sniffing for BreakfastOne morning in the Late Cretaceous, Tyrannosaurus rex goes sniffing for its breakfast. Scientists have inferred from brain endocasts that Trex‘s sense of smell would have been among the keenest of the dinosaurs, a handy trait for rooting out prey deep in the prehistoric woods.

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