Dig a dinosaur skeleton Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Play at being a top palaeontologist by excavating the bones of a dinosaur that roamed the Earth millions of years ago. Then put the pieces together to make the stunning skeleton of a terrifying Tyrannosaurus Rex, the largest and the fiercest carnivore of the prehistoric world.
Includes specially designed digging tool and display platform with fun facts printed. Model is 9cm long when built.
This kit includes a plaster block and a specially designed digging tool to help excavate the skeleton. Provides hours of fun for you as a palaeontologist! Assemble the skeleton to form a Tyrannosaurus Rex model. Pose it and display it. It’s so cool!
Did you know….
The name “Tyrannosaurus” means “tyrant lizard” and “rex” means “king”. This deadly dinosaur is often called T. Rex for short. T. Rex belonged to a family of dinosaurs called the tyrannosauridae. They, in turn, were part of a larger group of meat-eaters called the carnosaurian. The first T.Rex bones were found in Montana, USA in 1902. They included the jaws, parts of the skull, backbones, shoulder, pelvis and the back legs.
Look for more fun facts included. Learn while you are having fun.
- Cardboard display platform with fun facts printed at the back
- Digging tool
- Plaster block with Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton embedded
- Soft wax for positioning the joints
For ages 8 and up.
Warning! Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.