Tuesday, November 16, 2010

What T-Rex REALLY Looked Like

Can I get a collective groan from the crowd?  Here’s a picture of what scientists are now saying T-Rex really looked like…


That’s right, that’s right…the Tyrannosaurus Rex had feathers.  Descendant of birds.  Are scientists beginning to discover that dinosaurs weren’t scaly, frightening-looking giant lizards, but almost cuddly-looking songbirds?  Maybe it’s just me, but somehow a feather-bedecked T-Rex is just not as terrifying.  Imagine Jurassic Park…with feathers.

Do I hear sobs?

[via Geekologie]

1 comment:

  1. So let me get this straight: you're upset that scientists are learning more about Dinosaurs because it would have made a 20 year old movie less terrifying? For me, the more we know the better. P.S. - I have a feeling the T. rex was terrifying, feathers or no. And I actually find a colorful, feathered T. rex much more appealing visually.


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