When it comes to dinosaurs, none are more badass than the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Instantly recognizable by its massive head and tiny arms, this fierce carnivore was the largest meat eating dinosaur to ever live. With that being said, it should come as no surprise that Philippe Pasqua chose the T-Rex for his life size installation in Paris.
Overlooking the Seine River, this massive sculpture measures in at 12 feet by 21 feet, and was created by molding 350 chrome bones together. The contemporary piece really puts into perspective just how massive these creatures were during their reign on Earth. Check out some of the photos below. [Via]