Dinosauris i prehistórics

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    AGUSTINIA

    SKU: SC15021 Category:
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    The long, narrow spines of the agustinia make it look so unique that it is impossible to mix up with any other dinosaur. It was also covered with unusual-looking ossified skin plates. As a harmless herbivore it probably needed the spines and plates to protect against other carnivorous dinosaurs. The agustinia from schleich® DINOSAURS is also always ready to defend itself!
    Age:+3
    Dimensions:32,9 x 8,7 x 9,5 cm
  • AGUSTINIA

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  • ALLOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15043 Category:
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  • ALLOSAURUS

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  • AMARGASAURUS

    SKU: SC15029 Category:
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    FIRE! Or maybe not. The Amargasaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS has spikes on its back that look like it is on fire. But it only burns for one thing: Books Despite its small button eyes, the ancient herbivore is an enthusiastic book lover and also has a remarkable collection under its bed. The dinosaur lived in what is now South America 130-123 million years ago – plenty of time to find the best books at prehistoric flea markets. What stories would you like to read with your dinosaur friend?
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 26 x 4,8 x 10,4 cm
  • AMARGASAURUS

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  • ANKYLOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15023 Category:
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    As an herbivorous dinosaur, the ankylosaurus did not hunt, but knew how to defend itself! If it felt threatened it gathered momentum with its heavy, bone tail club and hurled it against attackers. It was presumably able to shatter even large bones. There are plenty of exciting situations to create with the ankylosaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS!
    Age:+3
    Dimensions:14 x 7,1 x 10,6 cm
  • ANKYLOSAURUS

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  • ARCHAEOPTERYX

    SKU: PA55034 Category:
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  • ARCHAEOPTERYX

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  • BARYONYX

    SKU: SC15022 Category:
    20.00 
    The long, narrow and flat head of the baryonyx from schleich® DINOSAURS is similar to that of a crocodile, making it an especially exciting prehistoric reptile. This dinosaur is believed to have hunted primarily in the water, and could immerse its perfectly shaped snout into the water to catch fish. It also had unusually large and heavy hook-shaped thumb claws to grab prey.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 23,8 x 9 x 10,2 cm
  • BARYONYX

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  • BRACHIOSAURUS

    SKU: SC14581 Category:
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    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.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 29 x 14,5 x 18,5 cm
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  • BRONTOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15027 Category:
    23.00 
    The Brontosaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS has a long tail, an enormous body and a narrow neck. The dinosaur grew to around 15 tons and 22 m. While skeletons of the Brontosaurus have been found, scientists have never found a skull. It probably had a small head similar to the Apatosaurus. The name Brontosaurus means “thunder lizard.” Scientists used to believe that the dinosaur snapped its tail like a whip.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 32,7 x 5,5 x 10,8 cm
  • BRONTOSAURUS

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  • CARNOTAURUS

    SKU: SC14586 Category:
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    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.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 22,1 x 9,1 x 13cm
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    CARNOTAURUS

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