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Dinosaurs

Schleich Dinosaur Brachiosaurus 14581 $25.99
Item number: 14581 Dimensions: 11.4 x 5.7 x 7.3 inch (W x D x H) Brachiosaurus translated means “arm lizard”. Brachiosaurus translated means “arm lizard”. It acquired the name, because its front legs were significantly longer than its hind legs. As such, its long neck pointed automatically upwards and it could eat taller plants with less effort. Fun fact Brachiosaurus had a very flexible neck that could measure up to nine metres long. Functions With booklet!
$25.99
Schleich Dinosaur Carnotaurus $7.99
Handy mini-dinosaurs that kids can take – and play with – anywhere. At 9 metres in height and with its long teeth, Carnotaurus was definitely one of the most dangerous predators of the Late Cretaceous period – and even as a Schleich miniature dinosaur, you can see it! Fun Fact:The name Carnotaurus means "carnivorous bull".
$7.99
Schleich Dinosaur Carnotaurus 14586 $19.99
Item number: 14586 Dimensions: 8.7 x 3.58 x 5.12 inch (W x D x H) The 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 snout was more rounded than that of its relatives and its teeth looked like crooked knife blades. It was undoubtedly one of the most dangerous predators of its time. Fun fact The name Carnotaurus means “carnivorous bull”.
$19.99
Schleich Dinosaur Dinogorgon 15002 $7.99
Item number: 15002 Dimensions: 5.16 x 1.73 x 2.48 inch (W x D x H) Dinogorgon The Dinogorgon lived over 250 million years ago where South Africa and Tanzania now lie. The Dinogorgon lived over 250 million years ago where South Africa and Tanzania now lie. The little carnivore had a very powerful jaw and a small but thick and massive skull 30-40 cm in length. It was named after the gorgons, the dreaded creatures from Greek mythology. Fun fact The Dinogorgon fed on small reptiles.
$7.99
Schleich Dinosaur Stegosaurus $12.49
Stegosaurus 5" long 3.5" tall
$12.49
Schleich Dinosaur Therizinosaurus 15003 $24.99
Item number: 15003 Dimensions: 7.68 x 5.31 x 7.68 inch (W x D x H) Of all animals that ever lived on earth, the Therizinosaurus probably had the longest claws. Of all animals that ever lived on earth, the Therizinosaurus probably had the longest claws. It used them to dig, grasp, pierce, and peel off bark. It lived towards the end of the dinosaur age, together with other herbivores such as the Kentrosaurus and Pentaceratops. Fun fact The claws of the Therizinosaurus were thought to be those of a giant tortoise when it was discovered. Functions With moveable lower jaw! With moveable arms!
$24.99
Schleich Dinosaur Triceratops 15000 $19.99
Item number: 15000 Dimensions: 8.31 x 2.05 x 3.86 inch (W x D x H) The Triceratops was one of the last large dinosaurs. The Triceratops was one of the last large dinosaurs. Despite being an herbivore, it had a total of up to 800 teeth, which constantly grew back. Nonetheless, it was incapable of chewing food, as its jaw could not move from side to side. It used its teeth to cut up palm leaves and ferns. Fun fact The Triceratops lived at the same time as the T. rex, Carnotaurus, and Velociraptor.
$19.99
Schleich Dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Rex $25.99
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Schleich Dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Rex
$25.99
Schleich Dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Rex $24.99
Item number: 14587 Dimensions: 12.4 x 4.53 x 5.71 inch (W x D x H) The 13-metre-long Tyrannosaurus rex was a two-legged predator and an absolutely imposing sight, with its massive skull and nearly 20-centimetre-long teeth. The Tyrannosaurus rex looked very menacing, but was hardly capable of using it short front legs equipped with two claws, as they could not even reach its mouth. At nearly seven metres in height and thirteen metres long, the Tyrannosaurus rex was probably not a particularly good hunter, but rather a scavenger that fed on what other animals left behind. It had over fifty teeth, measuring over 15 cm in length, but it didn't use them to chew, but to tear, swallowing its food in large pieces. In order to better perceive depths while hunting for food, the eyes of the Tyrannosaurus rex were pointed forwards, allowing the field of vision of its eyes to overlap. Fun fact If this mighty predator lost one of its dagger-like teeth, it grew back within a few weeks.
$24.99
Schleich Velociraptor 14585 $12.99
Item number: 14585 Dimensions: 7.09 x 2.48 x 4.06 inch (W x D x H) This two-legged carnivore was very small for a dinosaur, at just seventy cm in height. Velociraptors were likely very intelligent dinosaurs that hunted in packs. Although they were only 60 cm in height, these carnivores were able to overpower significantly larger prey. These dinosaurs reached speeds of up to 65 kilometres an hour and were capable of quick turns thanks to their stiff tails. To consume their prey, Velociraptors had at their disposal eighty sharp, crooked teeth in their flat snout, some of which 2.5 cm in length. The velociraptor is considered to have been one of the most intelligent and fastest dinosaurs. A formidable hunter. Fun fact The Velociraptor had a retractable, sickle-like claw on the middle toe of each foot, measuring about 7.5 cm in length.
$12.99
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