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Scientists Discover ‘Polar Bear’ Tyrannosaur in Arctic

A much smaller relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex appears to have lived as far north as the Article Circle. The dinosaur discovery was given the name Nanuqsaurus hoglundi, after the Inupiat word for polar bear The fossils, first discovered in 2006, in North Slope, Alaska, included skull and jaw fragmentsN. hoglundi’s skull measured about 25 inches, whereas the skull of the T. rex measured 60 inches. As for body size from nose to tail, the N. hoglundi was only about 22 feet long. Its southern relatives were usually 39 feet long See also: Newly Discovered Dinosaur Species Ran the Show Before T. Rex Read more…More about North Pole, Us World, Us, World, and Arctic Circle

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Scientists Discover ‘Polar Bear’ Tyrannosaur in Arctic

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