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Catch the dinosaur in its very unusual habitat, just outside H & M and Marks & Spencer in The Lexicon, for your very own T-Rex encounter.
Miles Richards, from Brierley Hill, comes face to face with a T-Rex at the Teach Rex shows, which return later this month
The model is part of a week of planned activities, which will kick off with the unveiling of the T-Rex by internationally recognised multi-award-winning palaeontologist Dean Lomax.
"We are thrilled to be shortlisted alongside such impressive contenders in the Best SaaS Product for Analytics category," said Scott Miller, T-REX CBDO.
A T-Rex (tyrannosaurus) is that vicious creature that lived millions of years ago.
It's an inspirational show - it fires the imagination, and teaches you things you might not know about famous dinosaurs like T-rex and triceratops, but also introduces you to dinosaurs you might not have heard of like microraptor and segnosaurus.
Compared to the T-Rex, Suskityrannus had a much more delicate skull and feet.
"Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons are very rare finds and Trix is the only real touring T-rex fossil in the world.
For malaria, "therapeutically-rational exchange" (T-REX) refers to using special malaria-resistant cell variants, such as thalassemic red blood cells (RBCs) for RBC exchange transfusions, instead of using ordinary non-descript "standard-issue" units of blood.
Ebbw Vale-based life-sizedmodels.com was amazed when it was barred from posting ads on the company's Facebook e-commerce page because the social media giant believed that an ad for a T-Rex dinosaur model was for "a live animal" and an ad for a model sheep was for a "sexual enhancement item".