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GIGANOTOSAURUS ORANGE
GIGANOTOSAURUS ORANGE
Schleich Giganotosaurus, OrangeGiganotosaurus was a powerful predator in the Late Cretaceous period. It is easy to be confused with the more famous Tyrannosaurus Rex. But experts know that the bones of the Giganotosaurus were more robust and his teeth were shorter than those of its famous relatives. He also had a small brain. Both were very dangerous animals in any case.
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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 14586
Schleich Carnotaurus 14586
Schleich 14586 CarnotaurusThe Carnotaurus was a typical carnivorous dinosaur. It walked on powerful hind legs and had a mouth full of sharp, long teeth. The Carnotaurus is a meat-eating predator from the Late Cretaceous. It lived about 70 million years ago. The only skeleton ever found of it was dug up in Argentina. The Carnotaurus was 9 metres in length and estimated to weigh 1.5 to 2 tonnes. Its...
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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 Spinosaurus Violet
Schleich Spinosaurus Violet
The most notable characteristic of this 18-metre-high, carnivorous dinosaur was a long line of spines connected by skin along its back. This dangerous carnivore weighed several tons and could be up to 17 metres long! The Spinosaurus had many sharp, straight teeth in a crocodile-like mouth. His meals usually consisted of other dinosaurs or fish. The smartly designed sail on his back fulfilled several...
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Schleich Stegasaurus
Schleich Stegasaurus
Schleich StegasaurusThe huge, heavy Stegosaurus populated the earth more than 150 million years ago. It had large bony plates on its back, and sharp spikes on its powerful tail. The Stegosaurus was about as big as a coach: up to nine metres long and four metres high. For a long it was regarded as the least intelligent dinosaur, because its brain was hardly bigger than a ping-pong ball. It only weighed...
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Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex 14525
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex 14525
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 14587
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex 14587
Schleich Tyranosaurus Rex 14587The 13-meter long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two-legged predator. With its massive skull and its nearly 20-centimeter long teeth, it was an extremely impressive dinosaur of his time.Dimensions: 12.4 x 4.5 x 5.7 inch (W x D x H) With moveable lower jaw!
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Schleich Velociraptor 14585
Schleich Velociraptor 14585
Schleich 14585 VelociraptorWith seventy centimeters, this two-legged and feathered predator was quite small considering other dinosaurs. Velociraptors were probably very intelligent predators that hunted in packs. Although they only stood 60 centimeters tall, these carnivores were able to overpower prey animals considerably larger than themselves. These dinosaurs could run up to 65 kilometers per...
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