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Therizinosaurus - Shandian (Haolonggood)

Item# GR-0004-Y
$59.99
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Haolonggood Therizinosaurus Shandian measures:
11.5" L x 6.5" H.

Haolonggood Therizinosaurus Shandian Review:

The coloration of this model is simply breathtaking. The vibrant orange and yellow hide, adorned with green points on the tail feathers and blue head feathers, immediately catch your eye and lend an air of authenticity to the creature. The use of color here is nothing short of artistic genius, as it skillfully replicates the vivid plumage that scientists speculate this dinosaur may have had.

The faint stripes that decorate the body add an extra layer of realism to the model. The scales and feather detailing throughout the entire model are impeccable. Every inch of the Therizinosaurus seems to have been carefully sculpted to mimic the textures and nuances of its ancient counterpart.

One of the standout features of this model is the admirable attention paid to the overall sculpt. The Therizinosaurus's distinctive pelvic boot is faithfully recreated here, showcasing the accuracy and dedication of the artists behind this piece. The anatomical precision is truly commendable, and it's evident that the creators are passionate about their craft.

But the excellence doesn't end with the dinosaur itself. The base on which it stands is a work of art in its own right. The highly detailed terrain, complete with grass and water puddle details, elevates the entire presentation. This adds depth and context to the model, making it seem like the Therizinosaurus has just emerged from its prehistoric habitat.

Therizinosaurus Information:

Therizinosaurus is an extinct genus of theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, around 70 to 75 million years ago. It is known for its distinctive and unusual appearance, characterized by long, curved claws on its three-fingered hands, a large, pot-bellied body, a long neck, and a relatively small head with a toothless beak. The most striking feature of Therizinosaurus is its enormous claws, which could reach lengths of up to 3 feet (about 1 meter). These claws were among the largest claws of any known dinosaur and were probably used for various purposes, including foraging for plant material and self-defense. Despite its intimidating claws, Therizinosaurus was a herbivorous dinosaur. It likely used its long neck and beak to reach and consume vegetation, such as leaves, ferns, and other plants. Therizinosaurus is classified as a theropod dinosaur, which is the same group that includes famous carnivorous dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus rex and Velociraptors. However, its herbivorous diet and unique adaptations set it apart from other theropods. The first remains of Therizinosaurus were discovered in Mongolia in the 1950s. Initially, only the enormous claws were known, leading to much speculation about the identity of the dinosaur. It wasn't until more complete skeletons were found that scientists could reconstruct its appearance and classify it as a theropod. Due to its unusual combination of features, including its claws, long neck, and herbivorous diet, there has been ongoing debate among paleontologists about the exact lifestyle and behavior of Therizinosaurus. Some theories suggest it may have been a solitary, slow-moving browser of vegetation. Therizinosaurus was a large dinosaur, with estimated lengths ranging from 26 to 33 feet (8 to 10 meters) and a weight of several tons. Its size would have made it one of the largest herbivorous dinosaurs of its time. Therizinosaurus is a fascinating dinosaur that challenges our preconceptions about the appearance and behavior of theropods. It is a prime example of the incredible diversity of dinosaurs that once roamed the Earth.

Hand Painted.

Product Code: #0004

by Haolonggood

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 15+ Years




Haolonggood - Therizinosaurus Shandian #0004

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