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What caused the holes in SUE the T. rex's jaw? Probably not an infection

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SUE the T. rex is one of the most complete, best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found. SUE lived to a ripe old age of about thirty-three, and in those years, suffered their fair share of injuries. The holes, some the diameter of a golf ball, dot the back half of the left lower jaw.
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What caused the holes in SUE the T. rex's jaw? Probably not an infection

SUE the T. rex is one of the most complete, best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found. That level of preservation helps reveal details about SUE's life. For instance, SUE lived to a ripe old age of about thirty-three, and in those years, suffered their fair share of injuries. SUE's most mysterious ailment might be the holes in their jawbone.

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What caused the holes in SUE the T. rex’s jaw? Probably not an infection

SUE the T. rex is one of the most complete, best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found. That level of preservation helps reveal details about SUE’s

2 months ago·Charlottesville, United States
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What caused the holes in SUE the T. rex ’s jaw? Probably not an infection

Field Museum paleontologist Jingmai O’Connor with SUE the T. rex’s skull. © Katharine Uhrich, Field Museum SUE the T. rex is one of the most complete, best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimens ever found. That level of preservation helps reveal details about SUE’s life. For instance, SUE lived to a ripe old age of about thirty-three, and in those years, suffered their fair

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