T-Rex 22 oz. vacuum insulated* bottle. Hot liquids can remain hot up to 12 hours while colder choices can last a full 48 hours. Spill-proof and condensation-proof (no sweating or slipping). Built to fit standard vehicle cup holders, the stainless steel sides are both scratch and fade resistant.
* What is vacuum insulation? Not only is it double walled, meaning a different layer on the inside and the outside, but it also has a layer of space (insulation) in between the two layers which are airtight (sealed). With the air vacuumed from between the two layers, the heat or cold is minimally transmitted through to the next layer, keeping the desired temperature inside the drinking vessel.
Original artwork © 2014 Samara E. King & TwoBee, LLC rendered in color pencil for the American Museum of Natural History.
Henry Fairfield Osborn, of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, was the first to describe Tyrannosaurus rex (T-Rex) in 1905. What did a baby T-Rex look like? Because baby dinosaur bones are very fragile, they haven't been found in the fossil record until recently. Based on current evidence - it's believed that the baby T-Rex hatched out of an egg much the way a modern chick does - and was most likely covered in fluffy feathers! Learn more about what did a baby T-Rex look like at: https://www.amnh.org/explore/videos/exhibits/growing-up-tyrannosaurus-rex
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