Moros is a part of the Tyrannosaurus family, and it lived in Utah during the Late Cretaceous Period. It was discovered in 2013 but named in 2019 by paleontologists. This dinosaur is known as the oldest Tyrannosaurus found from the Cretaceous period.
The Moros dinosaur’s name comes from the Greek term Moros, which means impending doom, referring to how the Tyrannosaurus family was established in North America. This dinosaur was quite small, reaching a weight of around 172 pounds. They had slender foot bones with sharp claws, making them fast and excellent at hunting. Like other Tyrannosaurus dinosaurs, Moros was a carnivore.