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Raptor Nestlings White Color (Beasts of the Mesozoic)

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Raptor Nestlings White Color (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Raptor Nestlings White Color (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Raptor Nestlings White Color (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Raptor Nestlings White Color (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Raptor Nestlings White Color (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
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Beasts of the Mesozoic Raptor Nestlings White Color

Beasts of the Mesozoic Raptor Nestlings White Color Manufacturer Information:

Nestlings 3-Pack: White 1/6 Scale Dinosaur Figures Pack of three White color raptor nestlings in scale with the existing 1/6 raptor action figures at about 2? tall and 3? long each. This pack contains three figures with eight points of articulation and small bases with ball pegs. Necks, arms and legs are interchangeable between the three figures for a variety of posing options. These small bases are compatible with the accessory packs. Package art by Sara Richard. Recommended for ages 15 and up (contains small parts)

Raptor Nestlings Information:

Raptors, in the context of dinosaurs, are a group of theropod dinosaurs that were closely related to birds. They are more commonly known as "dromaeosaurs" or "raptor dinosaurs." One of the most famous members of this group is the Velociraptor. Here's some information about raptor dinosaur nestlings: Nesting Behavior: Like many modern birds and reptiles, raptor dinosaurs were egg-laying animals. They built nests to lay their eggs, though specific details about their nesting behavior may vary among different species. Egg Characteristics: Raptor dinosaur eggs were generally small, measuring a few inches in length. They had hard shells similar to modern bird eggs. Clutch Size: The number of eggs laid in a single clutch varied depending on the species. Some raptor dinosaurs likely laid just a few eggs, while others may have had larger clutches. Parental Care: It is believed that raptor dinosaurs, like many modern birds, provided parental care to their nestlings. The parents would likely incubate the eggs to keep them warm until they hatched. After hatching, the nestlings would have been altricial, meaning they were born relatively undeveloped and dependent on parental care. Growth and Development: Raptor dinosaur nestlings would have grown rapidly after hatching, as is common in many bird species today. They would have been fed and protected by their parents until they were old enough to fend for themselves. Feeding Habits: Raptor dinosaurs were carnivorous predators. As nestlings, they would have been fed a diet of meat, likely small vertebrates or insects. Fledging: As the nestlings grew, they would have become more active and developed their physical capabilities. Once they reached a certain size and age, they would have left the nest and started hunting on their own.

Hand Painted. Product Material: PVC

Product Code: #50704

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Beasts of the Mesozoic - Raptor Nestlings White Color #50704

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15+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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