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Tsaagan Mangas (Beasts of the Mesozoic)

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Tsaagan mangas 1/6th scale Dinosaur Action Figure (white monster )- Known from a skull and neck vertebrae, the Tsaagan was originally confused for a Velociraptor, but its skull shows differences in shape and form such as being more robust and smooth on top. Tsaagan is a more primitive cousin of later dromeaosaurs such as velociraptor and also lived in desert environments in Mongolia and northern China. Tsaagan was likely an efficient hunter with both its claws and its teeth. This figure measures approximately 12? long by 5? tall boasting 26 points of articulation and includes display base, posing rod w/ two support options, and interchangeable closed running toes, plus a unique background display insert. Recommended for ages 15 and up (contains small parts)

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Tsaagan, also known as Tsaagan mangas, is a small theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, around 75 million years ago. The name "Tsaagan mangas" means "white ghost" in the Mongolian language, and it was named after the Tsaagan Els region in Mongolia where the fossils were discovered. Here's some key information about Tsaagan: Classification: Tsaagan belongs to the family Dromaeosauridae, which includes other well-known dinosaurs like Velociraptor. Dromaeosaurs were a group of small to medium-sized predatory dinosaurs, characterized by their sharp claws, long tails, and bird-like features. Size: Tsaagan was a relatively small dinosaur, estimated to have been about 1.8 meters (6 feet) in length. It would have been a lightweight, agile predator. Anatomy: Like other dromaeosaurs, Tsaagan had a large curved claw on each foot, which was likely used for hunting and slashing at prey. It had a slender body, long legs, and a tail that helped with balance and stability during its movements. Fossils: The fossils of Tsaagan were discovered in the Nemegt Formation of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. The holotype specimen, which is the individual used to formally describe the species, consists of a partial skeleton, including skull fragments and postcranial bones. Diet and Behavior: Tsaagan was a carnivorous dinosaur, and it likely preyed on small animals like lizards, mammals, and possibly smaller dinosaurs. Its agility and sharp claws would have made it an efficient hunter. Feathers: Like many other theropod dinosaurs, Tsaagan is believed to have been feathered. This is based on the presence of feather-like structures preserved in some related dinosaur fossils found in the same region. Tsaagan is an important find because it provides valuable insights into the diversity and evolution of theropod dinosaurs during the Late Cretaceous period. As with many dinosaur discoveries, ongoing research may lead to further discoveries and a deeper understanding of this fascinating ancient creature.

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Product Code: #50403

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