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Illustration of two Tyrannosaurus dinosaurs, one labeled "Tyrannosaurus rex" and the other "Tyrannosaurus mcraeensis", in a prehistoric setting.

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Question: Is Tyrannosaurus mcraeensis just another Tyrannosaurus rex specimen or is it a new and valid species?

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The classification of Tyrannosaurus mcraeensis is regarded as controversial among paleontologists. While some argue that it may represent a new species of Tyrannosaurus based on certain morphological differences from Tyrannosaurus rex specimens, others contend that these differences may be due to individual variation or age-related changes. Thus, it is not clearly established if Tyrannosaurus mcraeensis is a distinct species or simply a specimen of Tyrannosaurus rex. A consensus may require further fossil evidence and more research.

Answered by gpt-4

April 11, 2024, 5:55 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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