The World'S Earliest Known Tyrannosaur Revealed, The Cretaceous Carnivore Was Unearthed In Thailand On July 20th, 1996 In Thailand.

THAILAND - JULY 20: The World'S Earliest Known Tyrannosaur Revealed, The Cretaceous Carnivore Was Unearthed In Thailand On July 20th, 1996 In Thailand - Varavudh With The Vertebrates Of A Sauropod (Photo by Patrick AVENTURIER/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
THAILAND - JULY 20: The World'S Earliest Known Tyrannosaur Revealed, The Cretaceous Carnivore Was Unearthed In Thailand On July 20th, 1996 In Thailand - Varavudh With The Vertebrates Of A Sauropod (Photo by Patrick AVENTURIER/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
The World'S Earliest Known Tyrannosaur Revealed, The Cretaceous Carnivore Was Unearthed In Thailand On July 20th, 1996 In Thailand.
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Credit:
Patrick AVENTURIER / Contributor
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113412630
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Gamma-Rapho
Date created:
July 20, 1996
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