Imagine three of these robust five inch long claws on each foot and you begin to get the idea: T. rex was nasty! In life they were much bigger than the fossil remains for they were covered with a sheath of horn or nail. They were used for traction, fighting and for grasping dead prey whilst the animal fed. Cast from a scientifically accurate model in fine museum- quality resin.
Specs: Tyrannosaurus rex.
Late Cretaceous (70 m.y.a.). North America.
Resin Cast (Reconstruction)
Approx. 5" Long
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