Tyrannosaurus Rex - Blue (Haolonggood)
Haolonggood Tyrannosaurus Rex Blue measures:
13.4" L x 2.6" W x 5.1" H.
Haolonggood Tyrannosaurus Rex Blue Review:This magnificent model boasts a vibrant soft blue hide with striking orange points and captivating patch on its back, making it stand out.
The attention to detail on this model is truly exceptional. The faint stripes that adorn its body and legs add a touch of realism that sets it apart from others. But what truly sets this model apart is the meticulous sculpting, especially in the head. The Tyrannosaurus Rex's menacing expression is brought to life, and the mouth can be opened and closed, revealing intricate dental detailing that adds to the overall authenticity.
The base of the model is another standout feature. It's highly detailed with grass and water puddle elements, creating a realistic diorama-like setting for the T. Rex. This attention to the base's detail adds depth and context to the figure, making it feel like a piece of art rather than just a toy.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Information:Tyrannosaurus rex, often abbreviated as T. rex, is one of the most famous and well-known dinosaur species that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 68 to 66 million years ago. It is a member of the theropod group of dinosaurs, which are characterized by their bipedal stance (walking on two legs) and carnivorous diet.
T. rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs that ever lived. Adult T. rex individuals could reach lengths of up to 40 feet (12 meters) and stand about 15 to 20 feet (4.5 to 6 meters) tall at the hips. Estimates of its weight vary, but T. rex is believed to have weighed between 9 and 15 metric tons, making it a massive predator. T. rex had a large head with powerful jaws filled with sharp teeth, some of which were up to 12 inches (30 cm) in length. It had small, vestigial arms with two-fingered hands. Its legs were strong and built for running, and it had a long, heavy tail. T. rex was a carnivore, and its diet likely consisted of large herbivorous dinosaurs like hadrosaurs and ceratopsians. Its powerful jaws and teeth allowed it to bite through bone, making it a formidable predator. Fossils of Tyrannosaurus rex have been found in North America, primarily in the western United States and Canada, in places such as Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Alberta. T. rex is thought to have been a top predator of its time, and its size and strength would have made it a formidable hunter. However, it may have also been a scavenger, feeding on the remains of dead animals. Like many dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period, around 66 million years ago, possibly due to a combination of factors, including environmental changes and the impact of a large asteroid or comet. T. rex has captured the imagination of people around the world and is often depicted in popular culture, including movies, books, and museums. Its fierce appearance and status as a top predator make it an iconic dinosaur species in the study of paleontology.
Product Code: #0001 by Haolonggood