True Rex model that you assemble into your own tiny museum specimen. This is an update to the Classic model of T-Rex. The Classic model has Rex dragging his tail like a kickstand. There are no fossilized tail marks with fossilized foot prints to indicate that T-rex was a tripod. This updated version of the notorious skeleton is more anatomically correct from the posture, the Transverse Procesess, and the Gastralia, to the spine, hips, pincers, and skull. You might enjoy building both the Classic and the True Rex to compare the differences.
Tinysaur Kits assemble into tiny skeletons from a postage stamp sized laser cut pattern. Assembly generally takes 20-30 minutes and the completed True Rex models stand roughly 1 inch tall and 2 inches long.
We’ve also built 3D instructions for the True Rex skeleton model here. You can zoom in, pan, and rotate each step of the assembly to see the orientation and fit of specific bones.
Recommended for ages 13 and up.
Made in Philadelphia.
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- Display base inside diameter: 2.13″ (54mm)
- Assembled dome inside height: 2.17″ (55mm)
- Finished skeleton size: 2″ x 1.1″ x 0.6″ (50.8mm x 27.9mm x 15.3mm)
- 31 laser-cut pieces
- Made in the USA
- Ages 13+