This combination of 2011 and 2003 file photos shows Barney the Dinosaur, left, in Chicago and a Tyrannosaurus Rex model outside the Museum of Science in Boston. Did T. rex stand upright, with its tail on the ground? No. But a lot of young people seem to think so, a study suggests. The authors concluded they soaked up the wrong idea from toys, games and other pop culture items. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, Bizuayehu Tesfaye)

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This combination of 2011 and 2003 file photos shows Barney the Dinosaur, left, in Chicago and a Tyrannosaurus Rex model outside the Museum of Science in Boston. Did T. rex stand upright, with its tail on the ground? No. But a lot of young people seem to think so, a study suggests. The authors concluded they soaked up the wrong idea from toys, games and other pop culture items. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, Bizuayehu Tesfaye)
This combination of 2011 and 2003 file photos shows Barney the Dinosaur, left, in Chicago and a Tyrannosaurus Rex model outside the Museum of Science in Boston. Did T. rex stand upright, with its tail on the ground? No. But a lot of young people seem to think so, a study suggests. The authors concluded they soaked up the wrong idea from toys, games and other pop culture items. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, Bizuayehu Tesfaye)
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