Scientists have made a remarkable discovery about Tyrannosaurus rex, which presents amazing and mysterious numbers. Their new research claims that approximately 1.7 billion T. rex have lived on Earth throughout history. This number is surprisingly high and opens a new perspective on the terrifying world of dinosaurs.
In an older study, researchers originally concluded that the number of tyrannosaurs could have been as high as 2.5 billion at the time of their attacks, which is truly incredible. However, a recent study raises questions about this, and further research has revealed the fact that the number may have actually only been 1.7 billion.
Why does this number keep changing? The new study used new data that was ignored in the original study. Accordingly, it is believed that the original study overestimated the T. rex's survival rates and egg-producing abilities, skewing the results. According to the results of the new research, each T. rex generation likely consisted of 19,000 individuals, and there were about 90,000 generations in total. These data show that there were actually far fewer tyrannosaurs on Earth than previously thought.
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However, there is still a mystery where are Tyrannosaurus fossils found? If the new estimates are correct, we have only found a very small part of this huge and terrifying dinosaur. This calls for further research and opens the possibility of new discoveries in the future. Our knowledge about T-Rexes is constantly evolving, and in recent years, many fascinating discoveries have made our past exciting and mysterious. We may never be able to understand the true numbers of these mythical creatures on Earth and their habitats.
source: Greek correspondent