Tyrannosaurus Rex

Name: Osso

L = 19.68 feet
W = 4.92 feet
H = 6.23 feet

The simulation Tyrannosaurus Rex, was made by hand using high quality materials. Complying with CE and BV standards. Tyrannosaurus Rex actions are: mouth open and close synchronization with roaring, head and neck swinging, tail swing, upper climb moving, eyes blinking.

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DrSapoFactAccording to evolutionists, the dinosaurs “ruled the Earth” for 140 million years, dying out about 65 million years ago. However, scientists do not dig up anything labeled with those ages. They only uncover dead dinosaurs (i.e., their bones), and their bones do not have labels attached telling how old they are.

It isn’t easy to tell how old a T-Rex would live to. Scientists have compared the T-Rex’s close living relatives to alligators, birds, and lizards. Guesstimates run at about a 40-100 years to be the life span of a T-Rex. However, paleontologists today believe that dinosaurs grew much more quickly, rather like birds and mammals.

The last dinosaurs died approximately 65 million years ago. Although the cause of their extinction is still a mystery, climatic change, diseases, changing plant communities, and geologic events could all have played a role. Lately, dinosaur extinction theories have been the subject of much debate and controversy.

DrSapoFactSome paleontologists (notably Jack Horner) have recently begun to question whether T. rex could have been an effective hunter, given its small eyes, puny arms, and relatively slow gait (Note: many other paleontologists think that T-Rex had good eyesight and was a relatively fast dinosaur.) Horner’s alternative theory is that T. rex scavenged its food from other animals’ kills. It turns out that the undisputed king of the dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus Rex, didn’t just eat other dinosaurs but also each other.

Paleontologists from the United States and Canada have found bite marks on the giants’ bones that were made by other T-Rex, according to a new study. T-Rex was a very big meat-eating dinosaur, also called a carnivore. It would have been at the top of the food chain. It is known to have fed on other large dinosaurs, such as Edmontosaurus, Anatosaurus, and Triceratops, and probably could have swallowed smaller dinosaurs in a single bite. T-Rex’s had over 60 thick, conical, bone-crunching teeth that were up to 9 inches (23 cm) long. Its jaws were up to 4 feet (1.2 m) long.

DrSapoFactWhat was Found – About 30 incomplete T-Rex fossils have been found. One T-Rex footprint has been found, in an undisclosed location in New Mexico, USA. Fossilized T-Rex dung has also been found.

Who Found the Fossils – The first T-Rex was first found by Barnum Brown in 1902.
Where – The first T-Rex was found in Hell Creek, Montana, USA, North America.

Fossils of different Tyrannosaurus species have been found in the USA (in Montana, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming), Canada (Alberta and Saskatchewan), and east Asia (Mongolia). One T-Rex footprint has been found, in an undisclosed location in New Mexico, USA.

During the Cretaceous, the supercontinent of Pangaea completed its breakup into present day continents, although their positions were substantially different. Though Gondwana was still intact in the beginning of the Cretaceous, Gondwana itself broke up as South America, Antarctica and Australia rifted away from Africa. The Indian Ocean was newly formed. Such active rifting lifted great undersea mountain chains along the welts, raising sea levels worldwide. Laurasia started to rotate clockwise and moved northward with North America to the north, and Eurasia to the south.