Sorry this item is out of stock
1105180 : £17.95
Sorry this item is out of stock

Dinosaur Facts

Length: up to 12m
Diet: Carnivore (meat eater)
Period: Upper Cretaceous
Time Span: About 70 to 65 Million Years Ago

  • Description
  • Dimensions
  • Delivery


Check out this Tarbosaurus toy dinosaur from Schleich. Schleich dinosaurs are the perfect size for playing. Some with movable lower jaws!

Tarbosaurus is a dinosaur that lived in parts of Asia around 65-70 million years ago—during the Late Cretaceous Period. This terrifying dinosaur was first discovered in 1946 during a joint Soviet- Mongolian expedition in the Nemegt Formation of Mongolia. It was then named Tarbosaurus, a name which means “terrifying lizard.” It is considered by many paleontologists to be the Asian version of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

When this huge dinosaur was alive, it measured approximately 40 feet long and weighed around 5 tons. This dinosaur was very similar to the T Rex. Both had giant legs, small arms and huge jaws that had rows of sharp, pointy teeth. The T Rex is a little bigger than Tarbosaurus, but other than that they were pretty similar creatures. T Rex was the apex predator in North America, and Tarbosaurus was the apex predator in Asia. Tarbosaurus was the second largest of the Tyrannosaurids. T Rex was one of the largest of this dinosaur species.

Tarbosaurus Facts:

  • Weighed as much as an African Elephant
  • Was as long as a train car
  • Its name meant “terrifying or alarming dinosaur”
  • Tarbosaurus had smaller arms than T- Rex
  • Had more than 60 knife shaped teeth
  • Tarbosaurus may have hunted in packs


Model Dimensions:
Length: 30.5
Height: 12.9cm


UK - Order value: £0.01 to £49.99: £4.25  3-5 working days
UK - Order value: £50.00 to £99.99:  £6.95  3-5 working days
UK - Order value: £100.00 plus: FREE!  3-5 working days

You may also like