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Schleich Anhanguera
Schleich Anhanguera
The name Anhanguera means “old devil” in the language of the Indians. The Anhanguera was a pterosaur with a wingspan of up to 4 metres. Its body, however, was only slightly more than 20 centimetres long. Its most striking feature was the elongated skull and its crocodile-like mouth was filled with long teeth. The name Anhanguera means "old devil" in the language of the Indians.
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Schleich Carnotaurus
Schleich Carnotaurus
Carnotaurus is a carnivorous predatory dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous. It lived approximately 70 million years ago. The only specimen ever found was excavated in Argentina. The Carnotaurus had a length of 9 metres and an estimated weight of 1.5 to 2 tons. His jaw was more rounded than that of his relatives, and his teeth looked like bended knife blades. Surely it was one of the most dangerous predators...
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Schleich Kentrosaurus
Schleich Kentrosaurus
The Kentrosaurus was probably an herbivore. Researchers conclude this from skeletal remains. The Kentrosaurus were relatives of the Stegosaurus. However, the Kentrosaurus had a body length of about 5 metres, were thus much smaller and they carried their plates and spines arranged in pairs on the back and tail. It is believed that these plates and spikes were their defence against enemies or were used...
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Schleich Pentaceratops
Schleich Pentaceratops
Measuring 7.5 meters in its length and standing 2.5 meters tall, the Pentaceratops was one of the largest ceratopsid dinosaurs. Unlike the more famous Triceratops, the Pentaceratops had a five-horned skull. All ceratopsids had a powerful frill, which was probably used as a headdress to impress other species, rather than to defend themselves. The Pentaceratops probably had the largest, thickest skull...
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Schleich Stegosaurus
Schleich Stegosaurus
With its interesting, prominent features, the Stegosaurus was a herbivore with plates on its back, a spiked tail, small head and long legs. With seventeen plates and spikes measuring about 30 centimetres in length, this dinosaur was always ready to defend itself. Measuring ten metres in length, the Stegosaurus had a brain no bigger than a walnut. Its hind legs were twice as long as its front ones....
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Schleich Styracosaurus
Schleich Styracosaurus
With a weight of 3 tons and a length of up to 5.5 metres, Styracosaurus were medium-sized ceratopsian dinosaurs, to which the Triceratops also belongs to. These dinosaurs had mighty skulls and lived in the Upper Cretaceous, which means roundabout 85 to 65 million years ago. With their giant nose horn measuring 50 centimetres and the spiked neck frill, giving its skull a massive, triangular appearance,...
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Schleich Therizinosaurus
Schleich Therizinosaurus
The most impressive feature of the Therizinosaurus is its striking gigantic claws. The claws of the Therizinosaurus were half as long as a grown-up man. Their purpose has not yet been revealed, however it is likely that it used the claws to defend itself. Since only a few skeletal fragments have been found so far, apart from the claws, one can only assume what the dinosaur actually looked like and...
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Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex
The thirteen metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two legged predatory dinosaur. With its powerful head and nearly 20 centimetre long teeth, this dinosaur was an extremely impressive contemporary.If this powerful predatory dinosaur lost one of its dagger-like teeth, a new one would grow back within a matter of weeks. Although the Tyrannosaurus Rex looked quite threatening, it could hardly use its front...
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Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex (Walking)
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex (Walking)
The thirteen metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two legged predatory dinosaur. With its powerful head and nearly 20 centimetre long teeth, this dinosaur was an extremely impressive contemporary.If this powerful predatory dinosaur lost one of its dagger-like teeth, a new one would grow back within a matter of weeks. Although the Tyrannosaurus Rex looked quite threatening, it could hardly use its front...
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Schleich Velociraptor
Schleich Velociraptor
Velociraptors were probably very intelligent dinosaurs who hunted in packs. Although they were only 70 centimetres tall, these carnivores could overpower significantly larger prey. These dinosaurs reached speeds of up to 65 km/hour and were able to make quick turns thanks to their stiff tails. To eat their prey, Velociraptors had eighty sharp, curved teeth in their flat snout, some of which were 2.5...
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Schleich Velociraptor (Green)
Schleich Velociraptor (Green)
Velociraptors were probably very intelligent dinosaurs who hunted in packs. Although they were only 70 centimetres tall, these carnivores could overpower significantly larger prey. These dinosaurs reached speeds of up to 65 km/hour and were able to make quick turns thanks to their stiff tails. To eat their prey, Velociraptors had eighty sharp, curved teeth in their flat snout, some of which were 2.5...
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