11 Foot Long T Rex Resin Statue
Museum quality and life size, this is one of our most spectacular new items.
Child proof and exterior polyurethane outdoor finish.
Over 11 foot long from nose to tail.
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T. rex's serrated, conical teeth were most likely used to pierce and grip flesh,
which it then ripped away with its brawny neck muscles.
Its two-fingered forearms could probably seize prey, but they were too short to reach its mouth.
Fossils of T. rex prey, including Triceratops and Edmontosaurus, suggest T. rex
crushed and broke bones as it ate, and broken bones have been found in its dung.
Tyrannosaurus rex lived in forested river valleys in North America during the late Cretaceous period.
It became extinct about 65 million years ago in the Cretaceous-Tertiary mass extinction.
Dimensions: 132.5 inches long by 49.5 inches wide by 60 inches tall.
Construction: Resin and Fiberglass.
Weight: 185 Lbs