Divot in skin from steroid injection

While skin impressions from a Tyrannosaurus rex specimen nicknamed "Wyrex" (BHI 6230) discovered in Montana in 2002, [36] as well as some other giant tyrannosauroid specimens, show at least small patches of mosaic scales, [37] others, such as Yutyrannus huali (which was up to 9 meters (30 ft) long and weighed about 1,400 kilograms (3,100 lb)), preserve feathers on various sections of the body, strongly suggesting that its whole body was covered in feathers. [35] It is possible that the extent and nature of feather covering in tyrannosauroids may have changed over time in response to body size, a warmer climate, or other factors. [35] In 2017, based on skin impressions found on the tail, ilium and neck of the "Wyrex" (BHI 6230) specimen and other closely related tyrannosaurids, it was suggested that large-bodied tyrannosaurids were scaly and, if partly feathered, these were limited to the dorsum. [38]

Divot in skin from steroid injection

divot in skin from steroid injection

Media:

divot in skin from steroid injectiondivot in skin from steroid injectiondivot in skin from steroid injectiondivot in skin from steroid injectiondivot in skin from steroid injection