Research suggests Alberta’s tyrannosaurs fought, ate each other

This is a really neat story, but why would it be released when noone can talk about it?

The specimen, which is at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, was found in 1994 by Philip Currie, who’s now a professor at the University of Alberta.

He could not be reached for comment.

Darren Tanke, a Royal Tyrrell researcher who excavated the specimen over a number of years and co-authored the paper, wasn’t able to speak about his research because there’s a protocol restricting provincial employees from doing interviews during the Alberta election campaign.