The Shift in Prehistoric Apex Predators

At the end of the Cretaceous period, only one mega-predatory dinosaur ruled North America: Tyrannosaurus rex. The Borealopelta was alive around the mid-Cretaceous era, so eyes turn to one of T. rex's ancestors to figure out why it disappeared. (2:58)

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