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Dromaeosaurus albertensis (Beasts of Mesozoic)

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Beasts of the Mesozoic Dromaeosaurus albertensis

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Dromaeosaurus albertensis 1/18th scale Dinosaur Action Figure

This 1/8th scale raptor figure is approximately 4 inches long with 15 points of articulation and includes the following: one (1) pair of interchangeable lower legs, (1) display base, two (2) foot pegs, (1) body clamp, and (1) jumping rod, on blister-style packaging. Featuring package art by Jonathan Kuo.

Dromaeosaurus albertensis:

Dromaeosaurus albertensis is a species of theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 75-66 million years ago. Here's some information about this dinosaur:

Classification: Dromaeosaurus albertensis belongs to the family Dromaeosauridae, a group of small to medium-sized predatory dinosaurs commonly known as "raptors." Dromaeosaurs are well-known for their sharp, curved claws on their hind limbs and their likely feathered bodies.

Discovery: The first remains of Dromaeosaurus albertensis were discovered in Alberta, Canada, which is where the specific name "albertensis" comes from. The species was named and described by William Parks in 1922.

Size and Physical Characteristics: Dromaeosaurus albertensis was a relatively small dinosaur compared to some of its larger relatives like Deinonychus and Utahraptor. It was estimated to be about 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length and weighed around 15-20 kilograms (33-44 pounds). Like other dromaeosaurs, it likely had a sleek and agile build, with long legs, a long tail for balance, and a head featuring sharp teeth.

Diet: As a dromaeosaurid, Dromaeosaurus albertensis was likely a carnivorous predator. It probably hunted small to medium-sized prey, using its sharp teeth and claws to capture and dispatch its victims.

Behavior: Given its apparent similarities to other dromaeosaurs, Dromaeosaurus albertensis is thought to have been an active and intelligent predator. It may have hunted in packs, using its agility and coordinated attacks to overwhelm its prey.

Feathers and Coloration: Many members of the dromaeosaur family are believed to have been covered in feathers or proto-feathers, though the exact appearance of Dromaeosaurus albertensis remains uncertain. Some evidence of feather impressions has been found in closely related species.

Hand Painted. Product Material: PVC

Product Code: #28621

by Beasts of the Mesozoic

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 15+ Years

Beasts of the Mesozoic - Dromaeosaurus albertensis #28621

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