Tyrannosaurus rex was a huge theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now western North America in the Upper Cretaceous Period (68-66 million years ago). Tyrannosaurus rex, or ‘T. rex’ for short, died with all of the other remaining dinosaurs in the great extinction event at the end of the Cretaceous Period.
Historically, Arabian Foals were the result of intense, selective breeding by their Bedouin masters, who were quite particular about which horses should be allowed to breed and carry on the line. Their distinctive shape is evident even in newborns.