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Female t rex
Species : Tyrannosaurus rex
Time period : Late Cretaceous
Primary diet : Carnivore
In the series
Fatalities caused : 1 Triceratops
Jack Palance
Appearances : End Game

Tinkerbelle is a female Tyrannosaurus rex who is featured in the fourth episode of Dinosaur Revolution, End Game.

Physical Characteristics[]

Tinkerbelle was primarily covered in brown scales with some bits of white her face and neck, and had lighter shades of brown on her back and some green scales on her thighs. She also had blue eyes.

In Dinosaur Revolution[]

End Game[]

Tinkerbelle is first seen sitting beside her mate, Stumpy, watching their two babies play before falling asleep. Some time later, the pair wake up and discover that their offspring had been killed by Jack Palance. The death of their offspring sends Tinkerbelle into depression, which Stumpy tries to get her out of.


The next day, they attack and kill a Triceratops, and eat it, but the cannibalistic rival of their's, Jack Palance, returns again, staring at Tinkerbelle, and Stumpy and Jack have a reunion. Then they bite each other's snouts, and a splash of blood was torn off of Jack, but Jack was bigger and so recovers quicker, biting Stumpy's neck. He sees the remaining healthy front limb and Jack tries to rip it off, but Tinkerbelle comes from behind and bites Jack's leg, before her mate is free and knocks over Jack, and Jack lands his throat into the horn of the Triceratops carcass, and dies. Later that night, Stumpy and Tinkerbelle are seen cuddling with each other. Tinkerbelle stands up showing she is ready to mate, Stumpy gets up and walks to her and gets into the mating position. Tinkerbelle takes a step forward, stomping an eggshell of their previous young, it then pans out showing them mating.

Later in the episode, She lays a clutch of eggs, and scares her mate away. Later, a pack of Troodon arrive, surrounding the nest to take an egg. One Troodon takes an egg, but Stumpy grabs the Troodon and kills it, but drops and breaks the egg. He then scares away the pack. Months later, in the morning, Tinkerbelle starts digging the nest, but only a pack of mammals get out, with all, except one egg, eaten. Tinkerbelle hatches the lone egg, and the baby hatches.

Years later, Tinkerbelle and Stumpy watch Junior, who is now a sub-adult, exploring the surrounding area before they falling asleep together. Unfortunately, neither she nor Stumpy would ever wake up again because just moments later, an asteroid struck the Earth and they were both killed by the subsequent shockwave and kicked-up debris. Junior, who survived the asteroid impact, would later come across her and Stumpy's bodies.