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DINO200 Animated T-Rex Skeleton Turns A Night At The Museum Into A Night In Your Living Room

DINO200 Animated T-Rex Skeleton Turns A Night At The Museum Into A Night In Your Living Room

DINO200 Animated T-Rex Skeleton (Image courtesy The ScareFactory)
By Andrew Liszewski

This animated T-Rex skeleton, which is quite honestly too awesome for words, is actually designed to be used as a Hallowe’en decoration for those people who like to go a little overboard on that haunted holiday. But if I were willing to spend $21,862.50 on this sucker (including the stand) you better believe I’d leave it on display all year round. With its 5 inch base Rex is about 13 feet tall and 25 feet long, and the optional museum-esque display stand adds another 4 feet to that height. It also features 6 fluid and lifelike movements as well as an extremely loud roar that’s sure to have younger trick or treaters skipping your house. I’ve also included a video after the jump if you’d like to see it in action before you sign that check.

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  • Greg

    Um, I don't think it would be making movements for very long. A 13 foot high dinosaur on a 5 inch base would be a little top heavy. <g>

  • Greg

    Um, I don't think it would be making movements for very long. A 13 foot high dinosaur on a 5 inch base would be a little top heavy. <g>

  • Greg

    Um, I don't think it would be making movements for very long. A 13 foot high dinosaur on a 5 inch base would be a little top heavy. <g>