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1 year later. Sue is now 28 and her Bucky and Duffy are now 8. Sue injuries have since healed and now they lie ate the edge of the forest to take part in a yearly event: the annual migration of Edmontosaurus.
Edmontosaurus are 13 meter long, 7 ton duckbilled dinosaurs, a common sight in the Creataceous. They migrate to Alaska every summer to take advantage of the good browsing there. But in the winter, when Alaska gets too cold, they come down south to browse. And, old, sick, injured and young animals will be present. Predators know this. Predators like Sue and her pack.
The Edmontosaurs suddenly arrive in the plains, bellowing and hooting. They are almost to their destination, They just have to cross a river a mile ahead. But, a rainstorm makes seeing the river diffacult. Sue and the pack take advantage of the sto
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7 years later. Sue,Stan and their now juvinle young are on a hunt. They stalk through the forest, their padded feet and stripped bodies not alerting prey. They stumble upon a group of Triceratops prorsus, the other Triceratops species. Measuring in at 10 meters long and 8 tons and armed with 1 meter horns and a 2 meter frill, they are dangerous to take on. Sue and the pack start to split up. The hunt has begun.
It is the rutting season for T.prorsus and the males will compete with each other for females in the herd. Two males are bellowing at each other, dipping their heads down to display their massive horns and creasts. But, with no one backing down, they will have to resort to brute force. The older bull locks horns with the other bull and they start a pushing and shoving match. The two push and shove for a while, until suddenly, the young bull's horns puncture the older bull's frill and the older bull break one of his h
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6 months later. Sue now has a nest full of eggs. T-rex lay eggs in clutches of 12, covering them in a nest of rotting vegetation to keep them warm, like alligator nests. Sue will fircely guard her eggs until they hatch. A nest is a magnet for predators and scavengers. A Chriostenotes comes in to investigate the nest. The 2 meter long, 100 pound oviraptosaur is an omnivore like Troodon. It eats plants, soft bodied vertabrates and eggs. Sue decides that he has gotten too close and snarls at him. The egg thief runs away.That evening, a different threat raids the nest. 2 Troodon are gorging themeselves on eggs when Sue shows up. One gets away, but the other is snapped up in Sue's jaws and shaken to death. It is the first meal Sue had in weeks. But, the Troodon have eaten 6 eggs, but hopefully, the others will make it.
5 months later. Sue and Stan return home with a dead Stygimoloch, a cousin of Pachycephlosaurus, in their ja
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20th year. A Thescelosaurus is grazing on ferns in the forest when it is spooked by Sue. The 4 meter long, 300 pound herbivore flees for it's life. Sue, now an adult Tyrannosaurus Rex, is 13 meters long and weighs 6 tons. She is now the largest carnivore in the region. But,this time of year, it is time for her to attract a mate. She calls with a long, haunting bellow. Tyrannosaurus have huge hunting ranges, one loner or pack can have 400 kilometers of territory. Her objection is to find a lone male.
Not far away, a male Tyrannosaurus is wandering when he hears Sue's call. We will call him Stan. Stan replies with a series of short, deep barks. However, he cannot just walk up to the female and mate. Female Tyrannosaurus are larger and more powerful than the male. If he did that, she could kill him. He must engage in what is known as a courtship feeding. A male must make a kill and use it to draw the female's attention. Larger, m
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10th year. Sue is now a subadult. Measuring 10 meters long and weighing 4 tons, she is nearly the size of an adult T-rex. However, this morning, something happens that turns her world upside down. Her mother and father are roaring and snapping at her. She tries purring at them to be submissive. But to no avail. She leaves the pack, confused and bewieldered. Once young Tyrannosaurus reach a certain age, they are kicked out to form packs of their own. But first, Sue will have to be a lone hunter until she can attract a mate. Using her suberb sense of smell, she finds a kill in the uplands. A pair of Quetzalcoatalus are feeding. These enormous flying reptiles, last in the family of Pterosaurs, are 8 meters tall and have a 12 meter wingspan. They are feasting on a young Torosaurus, a relative of Triceratops. Herds of ceratopsians are common in the Creataceous, But Torosaurus, outcompeted by Triceratops, is being driven to ex
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7 years later. Sue is now old enough to hunt with the pack. At 5 meters long and weighing 1 ton, she is the size of a fully grown Nanotyrannus, but small for a T-rex. Today, Sue and the pack are on a hunt. They walk to the edge of the forest to search for prey. At this era in geologic time, western North America looked like Florida. Forests bordered massive floodplains where herbivorious dinosaurs grazed on ferns. The climate is warm and tropical. But, lately, there's been a change. With the movement of the continents, a surge in volcanic activity has spread across the globe. In particular, a few in India in the future will become devastating. And the fall of the Western Interior Seaway is only adding to this problem. But for now, life carries on. Using their incredable sense of smell and forward facing eyes, they find a herd of Pachycephlosaurus. These 4.5 meter long, 900 pound herbivores are dangerous. Their huge domed
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