On the continent of North America, a great ongoing battle would rage across the land. Great beasts would pit horns and armor against claws and teeth, and it would lead to the end of one or the other. In 1996, evidence of these battles were found in the one of these mighty combatant’s bones, a Tyrannosaurus rex named Scotty. Deep within it’s fractured remains resides clues that tells a story of an animal’s efforts to thrive in an ever hostile cretaceous landscape, 66 million years ago.
But it doesn’t begin with this one dinosaur, it is a generational story that spans 165 million years.
250 million years ago, A small insignificant animal appears. Its tracks, captured in the mud flats of Poland, provides firm evidence of the origin of dinosaurs. That animal, the Prorotodactylus will be the blueprint for all primal life that follows thereafter. Many variations of dinosaurs appear, and some of them, including the tyrannosaurs, find their way to North America. Once there, they evolve and take over the land, and a tyrant king is crowned. Scotty, the Tyrannosaurus rex would lend its heritage to this ongoing war between predator and prey, taking on all challenges including the indomitable, and well armored, Triceratops.