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Tyrannosaur a team player? B.C. fossils say yes

Well-preserved fossil footprints, shown in a handout photo provided by the Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre, found in northeastern B.C. provide the first trackway evidence that Tyrannosaurs may have travelled in packs. The dinosaur footprints preserved in the rock near Tumbler Ridge provide a glimpse at the beasts that roamed the region 70 million years ago.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre Show/Hide caption

Well-preserved fossil footprints, shown in a handout photo provided by the Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre, found in northeastern B.C. provide the first trackway evidence that Tyrannosaurs may have travelled in packs. The dinosaur footprints preserved in the rock near Tumbler Ridge provide a glimpse at the beasts that roamed the region 70 million years ago.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre

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VANCOUVER - Fossilized footprints uncovered in northeastern British Columbia suggest the ferocious tyrannosaurs that ruled the Earth 70 million years ago just may have been more gregarious than they've been given credit for.

The trio of footprints preserved in a remote ......

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