|Format:||Book & Toy|
|Pages/Publication Date:||24 / 2012|
When most of us think of Tyrannosaurus rex, we picture bones and teeth—the hard parts that fossilized. But these dinosaurs were made mostly of soft parts—lungs, stomach, heart, brain, tongue, muscles, skin—and this toy assembly kit allows builders 7 to 10 to construct a T. rex with all his squishy bits intact, based on what we can observe from the skeleton and our knowledge of similar animals. Standing nearly 16 inches long and 7 inches high when assembled, this plastic model features a solid side and a transparent one, bones, sharp teeth, and musculature, as well as a set of irresistibly squishy internal organs made of colorful synthetic rubber and a booklet packed with entertaining T. rex facts and theories.