The Treeosaur theory would not be possible without paleontologists. I have spent many years learning about T. rex and several other dinosaurs (carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores) by reading paleontologists’ research, facts, and theories. Because of their dedication and hard work, paleontologists have made it possible for me to apply my knowledge as an experienced hunter to various theropods. This enabled me to envision possible similar hunting strategies shared between certain extinct theropods and modern human hunters. The result is the Treeosaur theory. This theory explains why I believe many theropod species had evolved to hunt, sleep, and mate from trees that were common in their environments.