Death Comes to the Dinosaur Zoo

Of all the ways one could die at the dinosaur zoo, Death prefers the T-rex. Three to four people can fit inside the jaws of a full-grown T-rex. The animal can eat upwards of 800 pounds of flesh in a single sitting. Consequently, Death can immediately recognize the scene of a T-rex attack — not from any telltale bite-marks or lacerations — but by the conspicuous absence of any remains whatsoever. Clean up is a snap.