Wednesday, February 14, 2007

T.Rex Fossil Has "Soft Tissues"

T. rex fossil has 'soft tissues'
Dinosaur experts have extracted samples of what appear to be soft tissues from a Tyrannosaurus rex fossil bone.
The US researchers tell Science magazine that the organic components resemble cells and fine blood vessels.
In the hotly contested field of dino research, the work will be greeted with acclaim and disbelief in equal measure.
What seems certain is that some fairly remarkable conditions must have existed at the Montana site where the T. rex died, 68 million years ago.
Normally when an animal dies, worms and bugs will quickly eat up anything that is soft.
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At 6:20 PM, Blogger Brandon said...

wierd. I wonder what it would taste like if you ate it? I mean, how opportunities do people have to actually say they ate dinosaur. I'd eat it.

I've got you on my blog roll man.

At 5:05 AM, Blogger ChriS & Yvette Ferguson said...

Tastes like chicken!

That's what I tell my kids when they don't want to eat some meat: "He guys this is Dino meat! Works like a charm till about 8 years old!


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