Dinosaur Island: Life-Size Giant T Rex; Male versus Female T Rex Compared
Dinosaur Island, a family friendly option for family outing, is located on a mountain slope in Tuba, Benguet, Philippines. It is less than 20 minutes drive from Baguio City, the tourists' favorite city in the northern Philippines.
Several kinds of dinosaurs are strategically placed on this mountain and guests are entertained as they climb and find these dinosaurs while reading important information about each; listening to the sound they make; and watching them move. Of course, the gigantic T Rex catches most attention. Little children may get scared of the T Rex because of its loud roaring sound, accompanied by the horrifying gigantic display of carnivorous teeth as they move as if these dinosaurs came to life. Nonetheless, the overall experience is awesome and going back to this place again is something a guest would consider.
During the tour, one of the crew of Dinosaur Island accompanies the guests and narrates more details about dinosaurs. Regarding the T Rex, she mentioned that the male T Rex, the one that appears at the start of this video, is smaller than the female T Rex. See the life-size 10 year old female T Rex; gigantic animal at only ten years old. T Rex may live up to 30 years.