Neutron beams, X-rays reveal more about T. rex relative found at Bisti

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Neutron beams, X-rays reveal more about T. rex relative found at Bisti

Thomas Williamson, paleontology curator of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, discovered the fossil remains of the “Bisti Beast” in 1996 in northwestern New Mexico.
A model of a T. rex greets visitors at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Research into fossil remains of a T. rex relative found in 1996 in northwestern New Mexico near Farmington is giving researchers new insight into the evolution of the predators.
The skull of a tyrannosaur nicknamed the “Bisti Beast” is displayed at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in Albuquerque. The dinosaur’s skull is the largest object to date for which full, high-resolution neutron and X-ray CT scans have been done at Los Alamos.

Neutron beams, X-rays reveal more about T. rex relative found at Bisti

Thomas Williamson, paleontology curator of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, discovered the fossil remains of the “Bisti Beast” in 1996 in northwestern New Mexico.
A model of a T. rex greets visitors at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Research into fossil remains of a T. rex relative found in 1996 in northwestern New Mexico near Farmington is giving researchers new insight into the evolution of the predators.
The skull of a tyrannosaur nicknamed the “Bisti Beast” is displayed at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in Albuquerque. The dinosaur’s skull is the largest object to date for which full, high-resolution neutron and X-ray CT scans have been done at Los Alamos.
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