The 'T' in 'T-Rex' scientifically stands for Tyrannosaurus. Except in Norfolk, England where they have "Tree Rex" - a tree shaped in the form of the infamously ferocious dinosaur. The 35ft ash tree was stumbled upon by locals who noticed high winds had blown off the tree's leaves and shaped it into a dinosaur.

Call it 'natural landscaping,' but we like to think it was Mother Nature having some fun spooking the locals. Although the "Tree Rex" has now turned into a landmark, it could turn the English town into 'Jurassic Park.' But will it bring in the moolah, like how a George Washington-shaped chicken nugget nearly fetched $800o on eBay?