Almost everything about Tyrannosaurus rex indicates the enormous power of one of the largest theropod dinosaurs that ever existed. The first skeleton of Tyrannosaurus rex was discovered in 1902 in Hell Creek, Montana, by the Museum's famous fossil hunter Barnum Brown. Six years later, Brown discovered a nearly complete T. rex skeleton at Big Dry Creek, Montana. The rock around it was blasted away with dynamite to reveal a “magnificent specimen” with a “perfect” skull. This skeleton, AMNH 5027, is on view in the Museum's Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs. It's also reproduced in the new exhibition T. rex: The Ultimate Predator. The fossil was originally arranged so that the dinosaur stood upright. Museum scientists later determined that it was more accurate to show the Tyrannosaurus rex mounted in a stalking position, with its head low, tail extended, and one foot slightly raised.
The Lost Kingdom Dinosaur T-Rex Skull Cufflinks was shaped to embody the rich history of our past when dinosaurs are still occupying our world. Paired up with beaming shade of silver and fossil of dinosaur to leave an awe inspiring statement to the wearer and to anyone who'll catch a glimpse of this legendary gear.
Colour: Antique Silver
Cufflink Style: 1070-CL