T Rex Facts for Kids | Real Facts About Dinosaurs

In this Dot Dot Toys learning video you will learn about some very interesting and fun T Rex facts just for kids.

Here is a quick overview on some of the T Rex facts that you learn about in this T Rex Preschool learning video.

T. Rex were one of the biggest carnivores.
The T-rex measured up to 43 feet long and weighed as much as 7.5 tons.
The Tyrannosaurus rex was a bipedal dinosaur.
T-rex skulls have been found that are as long as 5 feet
Tyrannosaurus Rex probably used short bursts of speed to capture its prey
T Rex was likely also a scavenger.
They lived about 65 to 70 million years ago – in the late cretaceous period
Tyrannosaurus rex may have lived as long as 30 years
Based on fossils and the shapes of their hips, it is tight that female T. Rexes outweighed males by a few thousand pounds.
There were 2 dinosaurs that weighed as much or more than than the T Rex. The Giganotosaurus, which weighed about nine tons, and the Spinosaurus, which tipped the scales at 10 tons.
T. Rex’s arms were over three feet long, however, and may have been capable of bench pressing 400 pounds each.
The T Rex Preyed on Triceratops, they were their favorite food.
T. Rex skull determined that it chomped on its prey with a force of 1,500 to 3,000 pounds per square inch.
The T Rex had really good eyesight.
Between ages 14 and 18, young “rexes” would gain a whopping five pounds per day

Hope you enjoy these 20 T Rex facts that will shock any 5 year old or even someone in 2nd grade.

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