Descriptive Essay On Tyrannosaurus

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A massive skeleton of the Tyrannosaurus stands tall a few feet from the entrance making it the first thing you see when you walk in. It looks about as tall as two stories of a building. Although it 's frozen I can 't help but get an unnerving feeling when I look at its carnivorous looking teeth and long-nailed claws. It 's skeleton is well looked after, it looks polished and smooth like glass. Due to aging it has lost some of its bones, and the remaining have been kept intact using screws, which makes it look a little less scary. When standing next to it I feel like an ant next to a human. On the side of the skeleton is a large rough rock with a deep mark on it big enough for me to lie in, by reading the card next to it I realise that is its footprint.

The interior of the museum is as much looked after as the Tyrannosaurus. Maybe even better because the surfaces are without
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