TYRANNOSAURUS REX WITH PREY - STRUTHIOMIMUS
This interesting T-Rex is carrying his prey, a Struthiomimus, in his mouth. Like many bipedal dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus Rex was historically depicted as a 'living tripod', with the body at 45 degrees or less from the vertical and the tail dragging along the ground, similar to a kangaroo. There were carnivorous creatures from the Upper Cretaceous period, whose name was thought to mean Tyrant Lizard King. Tyrannosaurus Rex had 50 saw-edged, pointed teeth up to 25cm in length.
The skin was the same texture as an alligator, but the color is unknown.
This larger scale replica, which comes on a base, is a must have for the dino enthusiast! Measures 9.4"L x 3.0"H.
Item does not come in a box