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Real Partial T-Rex Skeleton

By: on June 09, 2016
$2.39 million
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Meet Roosevelt. Your new pet T-Rex. Sure, he passed away a little while ago, and his remains have kinda been Frankensteined together from 3 different specimens, and his skeleton and skull are still only about 45% complete--oh, and he costs almost $2.4 million--but...come on. Roosevelt is like the dog at the pound. You go in "just to look." To appease your girlfriend. You insist you're not getting one. And then. You fall in love. You can't leave without him.

Roosevelt is ready to go to a loving, and incredibly wealthy, home thanks to Theropoda Expeditions, a commercial paleontological company that digs and assembles museum quality fossil specimens for both public and private purchasers. Roosevelt's discovery and recovery began in 2008 when Clayton Phipps found the initial T-Rex remains on his cousin's private ranch in Montana. In took until 2013 to dig out all of them, and Theropoda has arranged those bones here into part of Roosevelt's axial skeleton and pelvic area.

Also in 2013, Phipps found another partial Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton on another private Montana ranch. These bones complete Roosevelt's axial skeleton. His skull hails from remains dug up in Wyoming, as do some cervical ribs and vertebra portions of his hind legs. Theropoda Expeditions brought him to his current state in 2015, assembling and securing the bones on a custom steel armature.

Obviously life-size, Roosevelt stands 12' high, extends 38' long, and has an imposing 10' breadth.

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Ascending Evil Climbing Skeleton Wall Sculpture

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Meteorite & Dinosaur Bone Rings

$387 - $1,749 from Etsy »

If your special someone is really that special, you won't just give them a ring, you'll give them a ring from a bazillion years ago! A ring that symbolizes how grand, vast, and enduring your love is. A ring that proves...

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Inflatable Dinosaur Costume

Discontinued

Giddyup, T-Rex! While I'm not so sure about the proportions of this inflatable dinosaur costume, what it lacks in mathematical accuracy it definitely makes up for in costume originality. Now riding into your Halloween...

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Life-Size Baby T-Rex Costume

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Sometimes babies are born with disproportionately large body parts, which they subsequently grow into. Like dog paws and human eyes. No such luck for the baby T-Rex. Looks as if those little guys are stuck with midget...

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T-Rex Skull Shower Head

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He may be dead and decomposed, but that doesn't mean T-Rex isn't still capable of spewing the stink off you. Roman Mirskiy creates his T-Rex Skull Shower Heads on a 3D printer. They're all made from high-quality ABS plastic...

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Dino Case - T-Rex Lunch Box & Carrier

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No one will steal your lunch--or your maker tools, or your stash--ever again with T-Rex guarding it. The Dino Case from Suck UK uses the impenetrable strength of beastly prehistoric jaw to protect your most beloved PB&Js....

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Glass Skull Tiki Torch

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Anatomical Gummi Bears

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This anatomical view of what lies beyond the high fructose corn syrup and Yellow Dye No. 5 of their epidermises paints Gummi Bears in a new light. Gives them some identity. Some humanity. Makes me feel kind of bad for...

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Dino Pet Bioluminescent Night Light

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Oh boy, it's like a dinosaur mixed with a firefly mixed with that neat-o photosynthesis word I learned in middle school. Dino Pet, a compilation of living, bioluminescent organisms called dinoflagellates housed in an...

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Mini Museum - Portable Curiosities Collection

$99 - $239 from mini museum »

It's not an oompa loompa, but a portable plaque of specimens ranging from a thread of circa 350 BC Egyptian mummy wrap to a sliver of T-Rex tooth is still rad enough for me to whine, "Mama! I want a Mini Museum! I want...

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Erasmus Darwin's Steam-Cerebrum Skull

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The Erasmus Darwin's Steam-Cerebrum Skull wishes all you Frobisher Brophys, Inquisitor Victor Lippetts, and Prof. Dr. Elias Claver, Esquires out there a Happy Neo-Victorian Halloween! A full 360 degrees of eye(socket)-catching...

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Giant Rideable T-Rex Bike

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Of course, of course Portlandia is the Craig's List source for a giant rideable T-Rex bike. I can smell Burning Man 2014 and self-entitled cries of "Share the road!" bellowing through major downtown arterials all over...