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T-Rex may have roamed in social gangs

(Courtesy of University of Alberta)
It's well known that the Tyrannosaurus was a fierce dinosaur and we like to think it wasn't particularly friendly or smart.

But, Philip Currie, a palaeontologist with the University of Alberta, says that may not be true.

He explains to Chris Walker the social nature of these beasts, which is part of his lecture at the Vernon campus of  Okanagan College on Saturday.

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