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Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)

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Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)
Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)
Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)
Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)
Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)
Tyrannosaurus rex - Carcass Bites The Dust - Plain (REBOR)
SKU:
REBOR-160642
Current Stock:
10
Rebor makes this model in two colors - This is the brown model. Dead T-Rex carcass has lots of battle damage. Wounds on the entire body from head to tail.

REBOR - T-Rex Carcass Bites The Dust Plain measures: 13.5" L (tail to nose) x 4.5" W (back to foot)

REBOR - T-Rex Carcass Bites The Dust Plain Review:

Shocking model of deceased T-Rex. Figure lying on its side. If not for the battle damage could be confused with an unconscious T-Rex. Looks peaceful in death.

Teeth marks on the head and claw slashes on other parts of the body. Jaw and arms do NOT move on this model. Good carcass model from Rebor.

Scientific reconstruction sculpture for display. NOT A TOY.

Hand Painted. Durable synthetic resin

Product Code: REBOR 160642

by Rebor

Note: Due to the long distance shipping, many of the Rebor boxes are dinged / dented. Product is guaranteed to be free from defects inside the box. If you require a "pristine" box for collection purposes, email us when you place your order and we will do our absolute best to accommodate your request.

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REBOR - T-Rex Carcass Bites The Dust Plain #160642

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

14+ Years

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Warning: Choking Hazard

Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Customer Reviews

1 review

  • 5

    This unique figure exhibits excellent, realistic detail and paint job. The detachable tail fits well, showing almost imperceptible separation, if you wiggle it around a bit.

    Posted by George Rhodes on 5th Apr 2024

    Very nice and unique, deceased T-Rex.