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The Size Of Movie Monsters

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If you thought the T-Rex from Jurassic Park was fearsome, think again. Not only do the dinosaur's tiny arms make him look a bit silly, but judging by this ace new infographic, he’s also a relative dweeb when compared to other famed movie monsters.

Even the Alien Queen (which is said to have a build akin to that of a theropod dinosaur itself) is a good 4ft taller than the T-Rex, while other surprising match-ups include two titans from Micheal Bay's Transformers franchise, where the 130ft dinobot Grimlock towers over 35ft Megatron by some distance.

Designed by the clever folks at tech specialists TSG, the chart handily lists the beasts in order of size with added height charts to help gauge the vastness of our favourite on-screen behemoths.

Check it out yourself, below:

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