Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus Rex, the “tyrant lizard king,” is one of the most famous dinosaurs in history. With its massive size, powerful jaw, and sharp teeth, it was truly a formidable predator. Its reign as the ultimate predator lasted for millions of years, until the asteroid impact that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs. Despite its fearsome reputation, T-Rex was a complex animal with many fascinating traits and behaviors that are still being studied by scientists today.


Jurassic, the hit movie franchise that has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions, has become a cultural phenomenon. From the intense action scenes to the lovable dinosaurs, it’s no wonder that fans have been eagerly anticipating each new installment. But what is it about this prehistoric world that keeps us coming back for more? Is it the sense of adventure? The awe-inspiring visuals? Whatever it may be, Jurassic has cemented its place in cinematic history, and its impact shows no sign of slowing down.


Velociraptors were small but fierce predators that roamed the Earth during the Late Cretaceous period. These creatures were about the size of a modern-day turkey, but had razor-sharp teeth, strong jaws and grasping hands that made them effective hunters. Despite being a popular subject in movies and pop culture, the real-life velociraptor was far from the monstrous creatures depicted on screen. However, their unique physical and behavioural characteristics make them an interesting and important part of the Earth’s fossil record.

VR Jurassic Encyclopedia #10 – Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur facts VR 360 video education

In this VR 360 video, we bring you new and unknown facts about T-rex – the dinosaur that is Tyrannosaurus rex. This dinosaur is one of the most recognized large theropods. It lived in the Upper Cretaceous about 68 to 66 million years ago. T-rex had a powerful rear limb, while its forelegs were short and extremely powerful for its size. The most complete specimen of this dinosaur measures up to 12.3m long and its weight is estimated at 6 metric tons to even 8 metric tons. This means that this dinosaur specimen was as long as 2 elephants and as heavy as 10 adult cows. Tyrannosaurus rex had the greatest bite force of any land animal. Watch the VR Jurassic Encyclopedia #10 video in the post and continue our VR 360 video education about dinosaurs.

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