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Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)

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Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
Edmontonia - Jiebao (Haolonggood)
SKU:
HLG-051
Current Stock:
47

Haolonggood Edmontonia Jiebao measures:
6.3" L x 1.8" W x 2" H.

 

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Edmontonia Information:

Edmontonia is a genus of armored dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, around 76 to 66 million years ago. These dinosaurs were members of the nodosaurid family, which were characterized by their heavily armored bodies and spikes or plates along their backs for protection against predators. Edmontonia was a quadrupedal dinosaur, meaning it walked on all four legs. It had a wide body covered in bony plates called osteoderms, which provided protection against predators. Some of these osteoderms formed spikes along its back, which made it even more formidable. The size of Edmontonia varied depending on the species, but they were generally large dinosaurs. They could reach lengths of up to 20 feet (6 meters) or more. Like other nodosaurids, Edmontonia was most likely an herbivore. It would have primarily fed on plants, such as ferns, cycads, and other Cretaceous vegetation. Fossils of Edmontonia have been found in North America, particularly in places like Canada and the United States. The genus was named after the Edmonton Formation in Alberta, Canada, where some of the first fossils were discovered. Edmontonia was a slow-moving dinosaur, and its armor and spikes served as a defense mechanism against larger predators like theropod dinosaurs. It likely lived in a variety of Late Cretaceous environments, including forests and open plains. Like many other dinosaurs, Edmontonia went extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period, around 66 million years ago, possibly due to the environmental changes associated with the mass extinction event that wiped out the non-avian dinosaurs. Edmontonia is an interesting example of the diverse array of armored dinosaurs that once roamed the Earth during the Mesozoic Era. Its fossils have provided valuable insights into the ancient ecosystems and the evolutionary history of these remarkable creatures.

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Product Code: #051

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Haolonggood - Edmontonia Jiebao #051 - Reddish Version

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

15+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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