CanadaEvolutionEcosystemsGeologyEarth ScienceDinosaursPaleontologyStegosaurusDinosaur EvolutionExtinctionEarth's ClimateTyrannosaurus RexTriceratopsPaleontologistTyrannosaurusDinosaurCretaceous PeriodJurassic PeriodMammalsAlbertaRainOrnithischiansPangaeaPermian PeriodRainfallSaurischiansTriassic PeriodItalian DolomitesEarth's Wet PeriodFossilsEvolutionary ShiftsEnvironmental HistoryDolomitesCrinoidsClimate HistoryCarnian AgeCarnianAncient Climate ChangeAmphibiansTyranosaurT. RexNewly Discovered SpeciesWet WeatherLoad More TopicsLoad More Members Filter by FormatAllArticleIdeaImageGalleryVideoAudioLinkQuestionSort By DateAuthorContributionsDateDown-VotesLast ModifiedRankingTitleUp-VotesViewsVoting ActivityVoting Score 'Reaper of death,' newfound cousin of T. rex, discovered in Canada The newly identified tyrannosaur lived during the Cretaceous period, which lasted from about 145 million to 65 million years ago. https://www.nbcnews.com 3 "Reaper of Death," Newfound Cousin of T. Rex, Discovered in Canada 3 VOTES @Mandy February 11, 2020 Biological SciencesNature and OutdoorsNews and Current Events AlbertaCanadaCretaceous PeriodDinosaurDinosaursNewly Discovered SpeciesPaleontologistPaleontologyT. RexTyrannosaurus Rex The newly identified tyrannosaur lived during the Cretaceous period, which lasted from about 145 million to 65 million years... Did a million years of rain jump-start dinosaur evolution? An extended bout of warm wet weather 232 million years ago may have profoundly altered life on Earth. https://www.nature.com 1 Did a Million Years of Rain Jump-Start Dinosaur Evolution? 1 VOTE @Michael December 10, 2019 Biological SciencesHistory and Past EventsNature and OutdoorsPhysical Sciences AmphibiansAncient Climate ChangeCarnianCarnian AgeClimate HistoryCretaceous PeriodCrinoidsDinosaurDinosaur EvolutionDinosaurs An extended bout of warm wet weather 232 million years ago may have profoundly altered life on Earth.