T. Rex in Alabama Makes the Most of the First Snow of the Season

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Who said the Ice Age killed the dinosaurs?

This T. rex had no fear of the cold weather and even rolled around amid Alabama's first snow of the season.

Beneath the costume is Christi Henderson, who said her antics brought some smiles to the neighborhood on a frozen day.

"I bought the costume because it looked like fun," she told InsideEdition.com. "I thought it would be fun to go run around in the suit. The kids got a kick out of it and the adults did too."

Henderson said her home in Vestavia Hills, which is just south of Birmingham, had about four inches of snow. Still, she was warm inside the suit.

The only problem? T. rex arms.

"T. rexes weren't made for snowball fights," she said. "But I threw them to the best of my ability. Short arms put you at a disadvantage in snowball fights."


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