EVERY CHILD HAS IMAGINED dinosaurs, and T-Rex is an all-around favorite.
Not just that, talking about dinosaurs is never completed without the mention of T-Rex. The name "Tyrannosaurus rex" means “king of the tyrant lizards”: “tyranno” means tyrant and “saurus” means lizard in Greek. Whereas “rex” means king in Latin. The name Tyrannosaurus Rex was given by then-President of the American Museum of Natural History, Henry Fairfield Osborn.
Did You Know? Paleontologists have found 50 Tyranno-Rex skeletons but even one out of them is not complete. Out of all, the most magnificent and charming dinosaurs that have been found is called “Sue”, named after the woman who found the bones in South Dakota.
Fun Fact: Unlike those "Jurassic" monsters, JEVITIE's T-Rex—filled with an orange and green cactus—cannot escape!