While visiting London, we all visited the Natural History Museum, and it was the dinosaur exhibits that interested David the most – this looks like a Brontosaurus skeleton.
David is wearing his Dinosaur t-shirt with a Tyrannosaurus rex picture on it, and stands in front of what appears to be a display of a Triceratops skeleton.
David stands beside what looks like a set of Mammoth or Mastodon tusks attached to a portion of the skull in the National History Museum in London, England.
This display looks like the skeleton of a giant prehistoric Badger, and as David stands beside the display we can only be glad these giant animals aren’t running around today.
Here’s the skeleton of a Stegosaurus – with its armored plates and spiked tail it is very distinctive in appearance.
This display looks like an Allosaurus, which like its cousin Tyrannosaurus rex, was a fearsome predator in prehistoric days.
A Tyrannosaurus rex display shows how fearsome these giant predators were in prehistoric times, and meeting one of these monsters on the street would not be fun.
This appears to be a display of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull beside the skull of a Triceratops.
A life sized model of a Tyrannosaurus rex, shows what this fearsome predator may have looked like in the flesh – nothing to mess with in anyone’s book.
Our friend lifts David up to a life-sized model of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull in a realistic position of how high it would have stood in real life – and David appears to be more concerned with not falling down and avoiding the long, sharp Tyrannosaurus rex teeth.
This was an interesting mechanical model of a Tyrannosaurus rex, and I don’t recall to what extent it was able to mimic the motion and movements of the real Tyrannosaurus rex.