Bradbury's Description Of The Tyrannosaurus Rex

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Bradbury’s description of the tyrannosaurus rex is based on fact, but he used his imagination to explain the t-rex more vividly, to where it is easier to understand and picture. Most of his descriptions were true, he just used picture details. For example, he said, “Each thigh was a ton of meat, ivory, and steel mesh.”. Therefore he was correct because T-Rex’s are huge animals and they do have big thighs that are full of meat. For the pictured details, he just included the ivory and steel mesh to help us picture what it actually looked like. However, he was also wrong on his description in a certain way because Bradbury said that they have teeth like daggers, but in reality, T-Rex’s have somewhat wide and dull teeth, rather than being flat
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