Tyrannosaurus Skull Pendant | 925 Sterling SilverRegular price $139.00
Tens of millions of years later, people still seem to love these mysterious creatures.
Tyrannosaurus rex was one of the famous land predators, with a body length of about 13 meters and an average weight of about 9 metric tons.
The bite force of a Tyrannosaurus Rex was nearly 6 metric tons, which was equivalent to the weight of an elephant.
Tyrannosaurus Rex is also the classic image of a dinosaur that must be introduced when the concept of "dinosaur" is mentioned.
Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the last non-avian species of dinosaur to die out before the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, which took place during the Maastrichtian (MAA) period at the end of the Cretaceous period, about 68.5 to 65 million years ago.
Tyrannosaurus Rex was developed by American palaeontologist Henry Fairfield Osborne,
the scientific name "Tyrannosaurus Rex" was published in 1905.
The genus name Tyrannosaurus is derived from the ancient Greek and means "tyrant lizard" to emphases their superior size in relation to other species of its contemporaries.
Tyrannosaurus Rex is also one of the few dinosaurs that is often referred to by its full scientific name, and the abbreviation "T. rex" is often used.
Multiple openworks throughout the skull
Gothic pattern with asymmetrical overlay
Adding a darker touch to the mysterious creature
A small artwork, not a simple one
Material: 925 Sterling Silver
Length: 1.7 inches / 42mm
Width: 0.8 inches / 20mm
Height: 1.0 inches / 26mm
Weight: 1.2 ounces / 33g