This Scientific Art Model of Cameron, with its refined design based on years of research findings, better represents the true appearance of Tyrannosaurus Rex.
PNSO Cameron the Tyrannosaurus Rex measures:
13.8" L x 1.6" W x 3.9" T.
PNSO Cameron the Tyrannosaurus Rex - Scientific Art Model Review:
What a great T-Rex figure PNSO has made. The paint application is impressive and adds extra depth to the figure. The arms and claws of this model are short and adorable. The head is huge and painted well with a lovely pink mouth. This figure has a detailed wrinkly hide with a leathery texture. This Scientific Art Model brings us a more realistic looking imagining of this creature. The articulated jaw opens and closes. A collection of art goodies included with an informational booklet and a clear plastic stand. This particular model includes a Tyrannosaurus rex skull fossil replica that is very nicely detailed.
Tyrannosaurus Rex Information:
Tyrannosaurus rex, commonly known 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 was a large carnivorous dinosaur that belonged to a group called theropods, which were bipedal (walked on two legs) and included other dinosaurs like Velociraptor and Allosaurus.
Tyrannosaurus rex was a massive predator, with estimates of its length ranging from 40 to 43 feet (12 to 13 meters) and its weight at around 6 to 9 tons. It had a large head, powerful jaws filled with sharp teeth, and short, strong arms with two-fingered hands. Its legs were long and muscular, allowing it to move quickly and efficiently.
One of the distinctive features of T. rex was its massive skull, which could reach lengths of over 5 feet (1.5 meters). Its teeth were large and serrated, designed for ripping and tearing flesh. T. rex had excellent binocular vision, with forward-facing eyes that provided depth perception and aided in hunting.
The lifestyle and behavior of T. rex have been the subject of scientific study and speculation. It is believed to have been an apex predator, meaning it occupied the top of the food chain in its ecosystem. It likely hunted and fed on large herbivorous dinosaurs like Triceratops and hadrosaurs. Some studies suggest that T. rex may have also been a scavenger, opportunistically feeding on carcasses.
The discovery of numerous T. rex fossils, including some nearly complete specimens, has provided valuable insights into its anatomy, physiology, and evolutionary relationships. Paleontologists continue to study and learn more about this iconic dinosaur species, contributing to our understanding of Earth's ancient past.
PNSO is a specialized organization devoted to Scientific Art creation and research. It was founded in Beijing by Mr. ZHAO Chuang, a Scientific Artist, and Ms. YANG Yang, a science writer for children.
Hand Painted. Product Material: PVC
Product Code: PNSO-100