You Will Be Amazed How Well This T-Rex Does in ‘American Ninja Warrior’

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Source: YouTube/Kxan

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Scientists are baffled and stunned by a Tyrannosaurus rex that recently competed on the qualifying course for NBC’s American Ninja Warrior. The gargantuan beast did surprisingly well, despite its tiny arms and huge head. The dinosaur has single-handedly paved the way for other 65 million-year-old reptiles to compete as well.

Evolution certainly didn’t hold this T. rex back, as he swung from bar to bar, hopped from platform to platform, and even climbed the vertical wall.

Source: YouTube/Kxan

Source: YouTube/Kxan

The audience goes nuts as the carnivore completes each difficult challenge. It’s almost as if he knows what to expect, or has done it before…Well, that’s because he has.

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The man inside the suit, Reko Rivera, actually competed on the show before and really only did slightly better as a human than as a T. rex.

Rivera met his match with the “spin cycle” challenge. It seemed the suit’s restricting arms just didn’t allow Rivera to reach the third bar.

He did redeem himself, though, with the vertical wall challenge.

Watch below:

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