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deAO Dinosaur Figure (T-REX Figure)

£9.60 Ex Tax: £8.00
  • Product Code: DINO 3
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  • The most popular dinosaur figure with very realistic and durable design.
  • Tyrannosaurus Rex, known as the T-REX.
  • A great educational toy that promotes imaginative play.
  • Measures approx.: 21 x 16 cm. Age recommended: from 3 years old.
  • See a great range of dinosaur figures from deAO such as the famous T. REX, Triceratops, Apatosaurus, Allosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Dilophosaurus, Velociraptor, Spinosaurus, Brachiosaurus, and lot more!

Dinosaur figure T Rex with a very realistic and durable design.

A great collection of the Dino family. An always loved gift to your little ones.

Tyrannosaurus Rex: ("tyrant King Lizard") was a large theropod dinosaur. The animal was a carnivore (meat-eater), and lived in North America and Asia during late Cretaceous period, about 67 to 65 million years ago. It was one of the last dinosaurs, and probably went extinct during the cretaceous-tertiary mass extinction. An average Tyrannosaurus was about 39 feet (11.9 meters) long, up to 20 feet (6.1 meters) tall, and weighed around 7 tone. The largest known Tyrannosaurus fossil specimen, yet found, is 42 feet (12.8 meters) long, nicknamed "Sue", and exhibited at the field museum of natural history in Chicago, Illinois. The first Tyrannosaurus ever found, was found by barnum brown in 1902 in Montana. Until the mid-1990s, it was generally thought that Tyrannosaurus was the largest land predator ever. Then, scientists discovered Giganotosaurus which lived was a 45 feet (13.8 meter) long carnivore that lived in Argentina about 100 million years ago. New research, first published in 2006, now suggests that Spinosaurus may have been even larger still: up to 51 feet (17 meters) long. Since the 1960s, some scientists have argued that Tyrannosaurus was not a fearsome predator, but a slow-moving scavenger, that fed on carcasses killed by other carnivores. However, other scientists argue that the possibility of binocular vision (Tyrannosaurus Rex has two forward facing eyes), and the relatively large areas of the brain Associated with sight and smell, suggest it must have been an active predator.

This dinosaur measures approximately 21 cm from nose to tail and is approximately 16 cm tall.

Also, it has a movable jaw, for more interactive play. A life like rendition of dinosaurs for any child who is enthusiastic about all things dinosaur.

More dinosaur figures with deAO.

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