Dinosauris i prehistórics

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    GALLIMIMUS

    SKU: SC15038 Category:
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    Watch out! The Gallimimus is about to run by! Yikes – it’s disappeared again! The dinosaur can run so fast that you can easily lose sight of it. Maybe that’s why you should keep it close. That way, you can take your time admiring this dino, which has feathers on its front legs, an elegant long neck and a thick beak, like a bird. It can’t fly, but the Gallimimus doesn’t need to, because it can just run away at lightning speed instead!
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 21,6 x 4,4 x 9,1 cm
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  • GASTONIA

    SKU: SC15036 Category:
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    Who would have guessed, the Gastonia is a herbivore and wouldn’t hurt a fly, even though it looks fearsome with the large spines on its back and long tail. This dinosaur, which belongs to the avian dinosaur family (that means bird-like), only pretends to be dangerous. Instead of getting into trouble, it prefers to wander through the countryside on its sturdy legs. It’s probably out looking for a lush meadow.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 18,1 x 6,3 x 6,4 cm
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  • GIGANTOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15010 Category:
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    The Giganotosaurus looks very similar to the T-rex. Both were dreaded hunters, had very short arms, walked on two legs and had a large skull. However, the Giganotosaurus lived much earlier and was at home in North America, whereas the Tyrannosaurus rex lived in South America.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 10,30 x 20,10 x 18,0 cm
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  • KAPROSUCHUS

    SKU: SC15025 Category:
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    The Kaprosuchus from schleich® DINOSAURS was named after its teeth and head shape: its name means “boar crocodile.” The animal lived in the Late Cretaceous period, probably primarily on land where it hunted small animals. So far only one skull of the animal has been found in the Sahara, so scientists can only guess at its actual appearance. It’s estimated that the dinosaur was around 6 m long.

    Age: +3

    Dimensions: 21,6 x 6,5 x 7,7 cm
  • KAPROSUCHUS

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  • KRONOSAURUS

    SKU: PA55089 Category:
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    KRONOSAURUS

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  • MAJUNGASAURUS

    SKU: SC15032 Category:
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    Our Majungasaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS is one of the slowest dinosaurs in a sprint, but is still a huge fan of racecars. The lack of speed is because it is a very strong dinosaur, but doesn’t have the right legs for its height. It also brings quite a lot to the scales – when grown up, your prehistoric friend weighs as much as two elephants. That and its length of just under eight meters means that it usually brings up the rear in the monthly dinosaur toy race. On the other hand, it’s incredibly fast at mental arithmetic. It usually has its homework done before the math book is even opened. This means it can head off to lunch a few minutes before the others and isn’t the last to arrive when they’re serving its favorite food.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 23,8 x 7,5 x 15,5 cm
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    MAJUNGASAURUS

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  • MONOLOPHOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15035 Category:
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    The Monolophosaurus is easy to identify by the long crest on the back of its nose, giving it a fearsome appearance. Like a dragon, spikes run from the tip of its head to the tip of its tail. I wonder if it will stay calm. This dinosaur belongs to the family of lizard-hipped dinosaurs. It is probably looking for food right now. It walks along the shore on its strong legs looking for prey. Better not disturb it!
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 22,3 x 4,5 x 9,3 cm
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  • MOSASAURUS

    SKU: SC15026 Category:
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    The movable jaw of the Mosasaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS contains many pointy teeth. When hunting prey such as fish or turtles, the dinosaur opened its mouth very wide and bit down powerfully. The shape of its teeth means that it probably didn’t chew, and simply swallowed. As an adaptation to the habitat, its front and hind legs transformed into fins. It also had a fin on the end of its tail.
    Age:+3
    Dimensions:32,2 x 11,8 x 6,6 cm
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    MOSASAURUS

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  • NOTHOSAURUS

    SKU: SC15031 Category:
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    The prehistoric seal – that’s what the other animals in the toy box call our Nothosaurus from schleich® DINOSAURS. With its wide, fan-like legs, the dinosaur was able to dive deep in the water, but also glide elegantly over the dunes on land. Its long, thin neck is perfect for rooting around ocean corals for small fish and in your sock drawer for matching pairs. You get the socks and it will eat the fish – preferably for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This dinosaur is a true connoisseur, and coats them with breadcrumbs. Following an old recipe from 240 million years ago. Would you like to try it?
    Age:+3
    Dimensions: 22 x 8,8 x 2,3 cm
  • NOTHOSAURUS

    16.00 
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