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Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur Figurine

The Tyrannosaurus Rex looked very menacing though it was hardly able to use its two-clawed forelegs, as it could not even reach its snout with them. Standing nearly 23 feet tall and measuring almost 43 feet in length, the Tyrannosaurus Rex was probably not a good hunter but a scavenger living off the carrion left over by other animals. It had more than fifty teeth, each longer than 6 inches, which it did not use to chew his food but to rip it because it swallowed it teeth, each longer than 6 inches, which it did not use to chew his food but to rip it because it swallowed its food in large chunks. To improve its Depth perception while foraging, the eyes of a Tyrannosaurus Rex faced forward allowing the field of vision of either eye to overlap. read more