Joe the Juvenile - During this period in Montana, Joe lived...

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Amanda Thomann 10/29/08 Geol Fictional Acct Joe the Juvenile In a sandstone formation in Montana, the recovery of the fossils of Joe the juvenile T-Rex has taken place. Joe was approximately 28 feet in length and the unfortunate victim of intraspecific competition. We find many gouges in the skull which reflect the same size and shape of an adult T-Rex tooth (approx 6 inches). There could have been a territory issue due to possible lack of food during the late Cretaceous period when Joe lived.
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Unformatted text preview: During this period in Montana, Joe lived in forests, in a humid, semi-tropical environment. Found along with Joe was a carpolithus sp. brown, a Metasequoia dakotensis, and some small brachiopod fossils. All plant evidence supports the warm forest Joe was believed to have lived in. After Joes attack, he fell to the ground where an immediate lanslide occurred and his remains were preserved until this wonderful discovery. Carpolithus sp. Brown Brachiopod Metasequoia dakotensis...
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