It’s going to get prehistoric in your neighborhood when you decorate your yard with the Life-Size Tyrannosaurus Skeleton.
Let’s go ahead and clear one thing up before your blood pressure gets too high. Some archaeologist with a heart of gold didn’t just suddenly decide to part with his giant T-Rex skeleton because he needed room to plant a garden. It’s a replica, but it’s a very detailed, museum-quality replica of a skeleton found in South Dakota’s Black Hills in 1992, complete with injuries the big fella got while still alive, including a broken neck and ribs, and puncture wounds in his skull and lower jaw.
The skeleton is supported by a cleverly concealed steel structure that lets you have your own personal dinosaur fossil posed into any anatomically-possible pose. Even better, this bad boy will be assembled by complimentary assembly crew so you don’t have to dig out the screwdriver or worry about giving up at least a year of your life to put this together.
The Life-Size Tyrannosaurus Skeleton is available for $100,000 at Hammacher Schlemmer. You didn’t really expect this thing to be cheap, did you?