Our oldest tyrannosaurus specimen, named Hank, was transported to our Hawaiian site after several incidents involving our resident edmontosaurs. He has adapted well to the warmer, wetter climate; so much so that algae has formed in his matted, salty feathers. Hank has also become a skilled swimmer, for a T.rex.
This quick scene was based on an old paper that seemed to display the leg bones and teeth of a subadult tyrannosaurus rex. This was later disproven and the tyrannosaur is yet to be named (I want it to be named Wilsonosaurus Hanksiensis).
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