Adasaurus mongoliensis 2nd Version (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Beasts of the Mesozoic Adasaurus mongoliensis 2nd Version
Beasts of the Mesozoic Adasaurus mongoliensis 2nd Version Manufacturer Information:(Ada’s ‘demon’ lizard )– With its tall skull, short toe claws and robust build, some believe that Adasaurus is more closely related to birds than dinosaurs.
Includes one 12 inch long raptor figure with improved articulation, detailed display base, multiple posing rods and attachments, interchangeable closed running toes, collectible trading card, unique background display insert, instruction sheet, and will feature original package art.
Adasaurus mongoliensis Information:Adasaurus mongoliensis is a theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 70 million years ago
Adasaurus mongoliensis is classified as a dromaeosaurid dinosaur. Dromaeosaurids are a family of theropod dinosaurs that includes well-known species like Velociraptor and Deinonychus.
Adasaurus was a relatively small dinosaur, estimated to have been about 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. It stood on two legs and was a bipedal carnivore.
Fossils of Adasaurus mongoliensis were discovered in Mongolia, which is how it got its species name. The holotype specimen, the individual used to describe and name the species, was found in the Djadokhta Formation.
Like other dromaeosaurs, Adasaurus had a number of distinctive features. It had a long, S-shaped neck, sharp teeth, and a large curved claw on the second toe of each foot. This specialized claw was likely used for hunting and slashing prey.
It is believed that Adasaurus was an agile and swift predator, using its speed and sharp claws to capture small prey animals. Dromaeosaurs are thought to have been pack hunters, and they may have used coordinated tactics to take down larger prey.
Adasaurus lived in a Late Cretaceous environment that included lush forests and open plains. It shared its habitat with a variety of other dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures.
Adasaurus is part of the dromaeosaurid family, which includes some of the most famous and closely related dinosaurs, such as Velociraptor. These dinosaurs are characterized by their bird-like features, including feathers and a keen sense of vision.
While direct evidence of feathers in Adasaurus is limited, it is highly likely that this dinosaur, like many other dromaeosaurs, had feathers. Feathers are a common feature among theropod dinosaurs and are thought to have played a role in insulation, display, and possibly even limited flight capabilities in some species.
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