How Tyrannosaurus rex hunted armoured dinosaurs

This 30 October 2018 video says about itself:

How T-Rex Preyed on Armored Dinosaurs

The biting force of T-Rex was around 400,000 pounds per square inch – the strongest bite of any animal to walk the earth. This enabled it to prey on large, often well-armored giants like Triceratops.

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