Juvenile Tyrannosaurus T-Rex fossil skeleton.
The skeleton is approximately 6 meters long made of polyester glass fiber composite. Installed at multiple camping parks from Eurocamp vacations and also in the Dinodome at GaiaZoo. Children can play in a sandpit and dig up a life-size juvenile T-Rex skeleton. Education in a playful way. Displayed as a fossil dig site. The iconic T-rex needs no introduction as being the most famous dinosaur to ever walked the earth. They live in the Cretaceous period approximately 65 million years ago far before the first hominids evolved. They ruled the landscape for millions of years before they most likely died out consistent with a catastrophic asteroid impact. The bones are hand-carved from photos of skeletons.