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If there’s one thing that seems impossible for a T-Rex to do, it’s conquer the American Ninja Warrior course. Cursed with short arms, a 5-ton body mass (way off the official BMI scale, even at his height), and a giant head, the course seems made to destroy the King of the Dinosaurs dominance.

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But that’s exactly what this dino ninja decided to take on during the Atlanta filming of the show, much to the crowd’s surprise.

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But the supreme carnivore of the Cretaceous period quickly conquered the first obstacle, known as the floating steps and moved on to the The Big Dipper.

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And he crushes it!

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The other ninja’s, millions of years younger and much, much lighter couldn’t help but cheer the dino ninja on.

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T-Rex briefly sized up the third obstacle before flying across it, showing surprisingly light steps for his age and size.

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He then took a moment to either celebrate or choose who was going to be dinner.

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The Spin Cycle, a new obstacle for this year seemed like a surefire failure point, but T-Rex quickly hopped up an onto the first spinner and then onto the second.

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And the crowd goes wild!

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But on the jump to the third and final spinner, you could say he… short arms the transition and that’s

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Despite the fall, T-Rex decided to take on the legendary warped wall because, well, who the hell says no to a 5 ton carnivore?

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So, if a multi-million year old, 5 ton creature can make it through, isn’t it time for you to try to?

No? Me either.