It’s finally here! Today we examine the big question: Did T.rex and other Tyrannosaurs have feathers? What type? As well as disproving popular myths about feathers! I hope you enjoy and appreciate my research. Thank you so much for watching. (sorry for the lack of music in the background, copyright right stuff)
Now I need a nap XD
At 29:27, that is not the work of James Gurney, but actually is by Todd Marshall. My mistake!
Special Thanks to Nick “Jobaria” Turinetti and Tom “Tomozaurus” Park from the Saurian Game: http://saurian.maxmediacorp.com/
And Paleop for various silhouettes: paleop.deviantart.com
Steven’s video: http://youtu.be/UK-3rlwyKxI
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^ We don't have any direct evidence of feathers on Baby Tyrannosaurus rex nor any on adult...