Say hello to Scotty, the oldest and biggest T. rex ever found Scotty’s unearthed fossils reveals a fairly complete set of bones including a hips, limbs, and a complete skull, allowing scientists to get better measurements than ever before.

The one of the largest land predators to have ever lived, the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex, just crowned a new king. On March 21st, a team of University of Alberta scientists described the oldest and largest T. rex ever found. Scotty’s unearthed fossils reveals a fairly complete set of bones including a hips, limbs, and a complete skull, but for a complete, set paleontologists still had to use what they knew about T. rex anatomy to fill in the blanks.

Skulls of Dinosaurs Give Clues About Their Diets Beak specializations let paleontologists know how changes in diets affect skull shape and influence evolution in oviraptors

The term “Darwin’s finches” was first used in 1936 to describe a group of birds from the Galápagos Islands. One of the key differences between each species of finch was the drastic difference in beak size and its effect on READ MORE