About the Tyrannosaurus
Tyrannosaurus is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod Dinosaur that lived in North America during the Late Cretaceous period about 69-66 million years ago. The species Tyrannosaurus rex, commonly abbreviated to T. rex, is one of the most well-represented of the large theropods. For a time, it was considered to be the largest theropod Dinosaur, at 39 feet in length, 14 feet in height, and 6.5 tonnes in weight. Today, it ranks as the seventh largest theropod, and its title was taken by Spinosaurus. Despite this, it is still commonly considered to be one of the deadliest predators of all time, and its hunting abilities have made it the most popular dinosaur in history.
In the Game
The Tyrannosaurus is the first Legendary Dinosaur unlocked, at Battle Stage 19. Unlike most dinosaurs that are fought, the Tyrannosaurus does not appear with other creatures, but rather in the form of three of them. It can be fused with a lvl. 40 Velociraptor to become an Indominus Rex.
- Feed the Tyrannosaurus to level 10 for the best effects. It can help you in the long run. Save DNA for another one and it can help you through park levels 25-40.
- T-Rex should be a stepping stone to you until you unlock far stronger dinosaurs like Indominus Rex, but can also easily beat most events, to get you more dinos and resources.
- Because of the impressive stats it has for a legendary, you should be investing some DNA into this dinosaur. A lvl 30 T-Rex WILL help you a lot for you to complete incredibly hard events. This strong carnivore should help you a lot in events like "Carnivore Carnage."
- If you want a beast/behemoth at late game, you would want to max both the T-Rex and the Velociraptor fast. Indominus Rex is an incredibly useful hybrid in late game, although it is very hard to get.
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