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Promoted item: Dinosaur T Rex Skull model with stand and name plate top quality jurassic park

Dinosaur T Rex Skull model with stand and name plate top quality jurassic park

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About Jurassic Park And T Rex

Tyrannosaurus rex or T. rex, the fierce meat-eating dinosaur, frequently makes an appearance in the Steven Spielberg-directed film Jurassic Park (1993) and its sequels (The Lost World: Jurassic Park, 1997 and Jurassic Park III, 2001). Jurassic Park is based on the book by the same name by Michael Crichton. T. rex makes its presence felt in all the Jurassic Park movies. In the first part, it is T. rex that in the end comes to the rescue of paleontologist Alan Grant and his friends, after first chasing them. In the sequel, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, T. rex is captured and taken to San Diego, where it escapes and goes on a rampage. Ian Malcolm (a mathematician, played by Jeff Goldblum) and Sarah Harding (a field biologist, played by Julianne Moore) finally bait T. rex with its baby placed strategically in the cargo hold of a ship. The Tyrannosaur rushes into the cargo hold and is trapped and sedated. The ship sails back to the island Isla Sorna, where all the dinosaurs have been isolated. In the third part, Jurassic Park III (not directed by Spielberg, not based on Crichton's book), T. rex gets killed by Spinosaurus, a bigger, finned dinosaur. The death of T. rex in Jurassic Pak III by another dinosaur created a controversy as fans were disappointed to see the predator from the first two movies killed so easily in the third. T. rex was a predator that lived during the late Cretaceous period, about 85 million to 65 million years ago. It had a huge head, small arms, and a stiff pointed tail. It was roughly 5 to 7 tons in weight. T. rex fossils have been found in western North America and Mongolia.