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Images Dated 30th January 2021

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Artwork of a feathered tyrannosaurus Featured 30 Jan 2021 Image

Artwork of a feathered tyrannosaurus

Artwork of feathered tyrannosaurus. T rex was an apex predator of the Late Cretaceous period, living in the last 2 million years of that time (68-66 million years ago). It had the strongest bite of any known dinosaur, more than enough to puncture bone. Its arms, though small, were well muscled and it may have used them to grasp prey during a kill. Its main method of attack was an ambush. It would run at the prey with its mouth agape and inflict a crushing bite. Estimates for its speed vary widely but it's unlikely it could run much faster than 10-25 mph because it would require far bigger leg muscles than it possessed. It probably fed on triceratops, edmontosaurus and similar animals. There is no firm proof that it had feathers, but dinosaurs closely related to it, from which is descended, definitely did have primitive feathery integuments, so it's plausible that T rex had them too

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Franz Glauser (Aermacchi) 1996 Junior Classic Manx Grand Prix Featured 30 Jan 2021 Image

Franz Glauser (Aermacchi) 1996 Junior Classic Manx Grand Prix

Swiss Franz Glauser (Aermacchi) 1996 Junior Classic Manx Grand Prix

1996 Junior Classic Manx Grand Prix, Aermacchi, Franz Glauser

Great bittern (Botaurus stellaris) in flight over water with feet dragging through it Featured 30 Jan 2021 Image

Great bittern (Botaurus stellaris) in flight over water with feet dragging through it

Great bittern (Botaurus stellaris) in flight over water with feet dragging through it. London, UK. February

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