The affordable Safari series of dinosaur toys was developed with the younger child in mind. Child friendly designs stimulate the imagination and create a curiosity of the world we live in. Intricately detailed, hand-paintedand phthalate free. Each replica comes with 5 language educational information. Ages 3+.
Tyrannosaurus rex is called the King of the Dinosaurs. For this reason it carries the Latin name rex, which means king. It is famous for its short arms, which were much more powerful than we would imagine. It could use them to lift as much as 200 kilograms. The arms of Tyrannosaurus rex were shorter than its skull.
The thirteen metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two legged predatory dinosaur. With its powerful head and nearly 20 centimetre long teeth, this dinosaur was an extremely impressive contemporary. Although the Tyrannosaurus Rex looked quite threatening, it could hardly use its front legs armed with just two claws since they did not even reach his mouth. Nearly seven metres tall and thirteen metres long, the Tyrannosaurus Rex was probably not a very skilled hunter, but rather a scavenger which probably fed on the leavings of other animals. It had more than fifty teeth measuring more than 15 centimetres in length which it used not for chewing but rather for tearing, since it swallowed its food in large chunks. To improve depth-perception when searching for food, the eyes of the Tyrannosaurus Rex were oriented toward the front such that the fields of vision of both eyes overlapped.
- Tyrannosaurus Rex means 'Tyrant Lizard'.
- T. Rex were one of the biggest meat eaters.
- The largest T. Rex tooth found is 12 inches (30 cm) long.
- They could sprint up to 20 mph (32 kph).
- Their length was up to 12 metres (40 feet).
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