Tyrannosaurus rex is by far the most iconic of all the Tyrannosaurids, a group of apex predators that includes Albertosaurus and Tarbosaurus. Although T-rex certainly ruled the last 20 million years of the Cretaceous period, its predecessors were much smaller. A horse-sized Tyrannosaur discovered in Asia is a perfect example. It lived 90 million years ago and had the highly developed brain and keen senses that later allowed T-rex to be such a feared predator. Scientists think the massive body size came later in the Cretaceous period.More Info
This jaw-snapping T-Rex is the rare movable toy that requires no batteries. A pull mechanism allows the user to recreate the tyrant lizard king’s movements, opening and closing its powerful jaws. Sturdy plastic makes it perfect for repeated play.
Characteristics: Powerful legs and a long tail balance the massive head and jaws of Tyrannosaurus Rex—the tyrant lizard king. This one makes up for short arms with a pull mechanism that allows the jaw to snap open and closed.
Size and Color: Several shades of green come together in this realistic jaw-snapping T-Rex. At 13 ½ inches long and standing nearly 8 inches tall, it’s about the size of a full sheet of paper.
The Jaw Snapping Tyrannosaurus Rex is part of the Safariology® collection.
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