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Rocket Rex is a fun endless game where you are a dinosaur with a rocket attached to your back! What could be better?! Rockets and Dinosaurs! Fly your way as far as you can and collect as many eggs as possible. Use your eggs to buy bonuses and a new dinosaur! Guaranteed endless fun with Rocket Rex! - Fun For All Ages - Control Your Very Own Rex! - Fly Further Than Any Dinosaur Has Flown Before! Have Fun!
Do you like dinosaurs, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Rocket Rex flash game online.
Click and hold mouse to use rocket to rise, release to descend.
According to the Fact Monster there are many interesting facts for kids about rockets. Rockets fly in the air, but not like airplanes or helicopters. They are much faster and more powerful. They can fly straight up with such force that they pass through the atmosphere into outer space. One interesting rocket fact for kids is that the first rockets were used and launched in China during the Sung Dynasty from A.D. 960 to 1279. The first rocket to ever reach and cross the boundary of space, 100 kilometers from the surface of the Earth, was the German V2, a ballistic missile used by the Nazis during World War II.
There are many fun facts about Tyrannosaurus Rex and a countless number of websites listing these facts. We have studied some of these website and here are some of our findings. While dinosoars roamed the Earth over 200 million years ago, fossils and modern technology have helped us piece together what dinosaurs may have looked like and even how they might have behaved. The most ferocious of dinosaurs on the planet was the Tyrannosaurus rex, the bite of a T-rex could easily crush through bone and was eight times more powerful than a lions bite. The Tyrannosaurus (Tyrant Lizard) had the longest teeth of any carnivorous dinosaur at 8 inches. Tyrannosaurus' arms were so short that they were probably not very useful. Its huge head, which was about four and a half feet long, could have been used to swallow a human in one bite. Tyrannosaurus was one of the last dinosaurs to die out. If you want to read about some more fun facts about Tyrannosaurus Rex, then we recommend the fact listings on Science Kids, KidsDigDinos.com, and Ducksters.com. Do you think you have read enough facts today, then we recommend you to play our scary Rocket Rex game now.
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