Remote-Controlled T-Rex

Sixty sharp teeth, some up to 20cm long, meant that T. rex could easily crush the thickest bones

Most toy dinosaurs move using wheels, giving a very unrealistic look. This T. Rex relies on groundbreaking engineering with its two legs running in a realistic manner.

With articulated tail and neck, its movement is natural and authentic.

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  • Most toy dinosaurs move using wheels, giving a very unrealistic look. This T. Rex relies on groundbreaking engineering with its two legs running in a realistic manner.

    With articulated tail and neck, its movement is natural and authentic. The anatomy has been approved by palaeontologists at the world-famous Natural History Museum, so the colours and look are as close as possible to the real thing.

    The T. rex can move forward, left and right, and is controlled by the radio-controlled handset.

    Contents

    - T. rex, requires 4 x AA (1.5V) batteries (not included)

    - Radio-controlled handset, requires 4 x AA (1.5V) batteries (not included)

    - Full instructions for use

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  • My 3 year old loved these and compared to the cost of individual dinosaurs at other retailers these are very good value. - faye
    A lot bigger than I expected. My son is going to love this on Xmas day :) - CLow
    Bought this set for my grandson and was pleased to find that the models where very substantial and bigger than appeared in the picture. - margaret
    The package is very nice. It's different than in this photo. I didn't open the box because it is a gift. - Red
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