Our newest four-legged walking dinosaur at Jurassic Extreme. Ripley is only available during the Fall through Winter or at an indoor event.
Our first quadruped (4 legs) and most realistic walking dinosaur at Jurassic Extreme. Stay tuned for a bio.
The Tyrannosaurus Rex; arguably one of the most popular dinosaurs amongst the Jurassic enthusiasts. Despite the ferocious connotation, our own T-Rex named Rocket, is one of the most loving dinosaurs you will ever encounter. He simply loves the attention of crowds and certainly does not mind roaring himself into a group selfie pic. We dare you try it.
- His name means Tyrant lizard king.
- Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex) lived in the late Cretaceous Period, around 66 million years ago.
- One of the largest of the known carnivorous dinosaurs.
- T-Rex was found in Asia, Canada, USA (Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Wyoming).
- T-Rex had strong thighs and a powerful tail, which counterbalanced its large head and allowed it to move quickly.
- 15-20 feet tall, 40 feet long and weighed 7-9 tons.
- T-Rex had the strongest bite of any land animal that ever lived.
- T-Rex had 60 teeth.
Our swifty-natured Raptor, Razor, gained his popularity from the blockbuster movie hit- -Jurassic Park. Humbled and extremely sociable, despite the fact, Razor is a lovable, friendly dinosaur that enjoys a good party. He is always looking for the next invite or he could be the greatest party crasher you’ve ever had. In late 2016 Razor decided he wanted feathers.
- His name means Swift thief.
- Velociraptor lived in the late Cretaceous Period, around 66 million years ago.
- A fully grown Velociraptor could grow up to 6.6 ft in length, 1.6 ft in height at the hip and weigh up to 33 lb.
- Velociraptors were found in China and Mongolia.
- Velociraptors had feathers.
- Velociraptor had 13 to 15 teeth in its upper jaw and 14 to 15 teeth in its lower jaw.
- Velociraptor were carnivores.
- The Velociraptor was a fast-running, two-legged (bipedal) dinosaur.
Our admirable verdant T-Rex, Rocco is passionate about inspiring joy and wonder in children. It’s incredible how observant Rocco is about his surroundings and how quickly he is the focus of attention. The awesome beast clearly indulges attention and uproars if the spotlight is taken away from him. But the question is, will Rocco allow you to get all the attention at your birthday party. Grab your camera, best outfit and put your best smile forward – a little curiosity can lead to some pretty big discoveries.
Move over boys! There is a new leading diva in town. Her name is Riley and she is our first female dinosaur to arrive. She is far from shy and quite the crowd pleaser. Her shameless, social antics has taken her reputation as one of the most entertaining dinosaurs of the bunch. Shusshh, don’t tell the boys that but it’s true. Riley the Velociraptor is ready to get social and entertain your next event.
Rocket’s younger and overly zealous brother joined the family in late 2015. (no signs of sibling rivalry here, thank goodness!) However, Rocket-X is different from big brother–Rocket. He’s not the fastest dinosaur, but he wows the crowd with his massive size, dark skin tones, and pearly whites. Perfect for photo ops! Kids are never intimidated by Rocco’s size. On the contrary, they love his energetic playfulness and silly camera poses.
Our second female dinosaur to join the Jurassic Extreme family is arguably the most timid one of the pack. But, don’t mistake timidness with size, Remy is our biggest dinosaur who displays her grandeur with sheer looks. She takes great pride in being a Spinosaurus and as she should. Showing off her impressive, long snout and hump-like spine, Remy is undoubtedly an headline attraction. She may be a shy one but definitely not in front of cameras. She looks great and she knows it too:)
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