By Toni Lennox
Edinburgh University scientists have uncovered a new type of Tyrannosaur, the “Pinocchio Rex”.
The 66-million-year-old predator, officially named Qianzhousaurus Sinensis, main feature is his extremely long nose, hence the clever nickname.
“Pinocchio Rex” is the latest finding in the palaeontology field however scientist aren’t fibbing when they confirmed that the fairy-tale nicknamed Dino was in fact a ferocious carnivore.
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