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Spinosaurus - Lvyi (Haolonggood)

Item# GR-0008-G
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Haolonggood Spinosaurus Lvyi measures:
15.4" L x 4" W x 5.3" H.

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Spinosaurus Information:

Spinosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period, approximately 112 to 93 million years ago. It is known for being one of the largest and most distinctive carnivorous dinosaurs to have ever existed. Spinosaurus was among the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, with estimated lengths ranging from 50 to 59 feet (15 to 18 meters) or even longer. Some estimates suggest it may have reached lengths of up to 60-65 feet. Spinosaurus had a unique and distinctive appearance characterized by its long, crocodile-like snout and a sail-like structure on its back. The sail was formed by elongated neural spines on its vertebrae, which were likely covered in skin. The purpose of this sail is still debated among scientists, with theories including thermoregulation and display. Spinosaurus was primarily a piscivore, meaning it primarily ate fish. Its long snout and conical teeth were well-suited for catching and consuming fish. Fossilized fish scales and remains have been found in the stomach area of some Spinosaurus specimens, confirming its fish-eating habits. Spinosaurus lived in what is now North Africa, specifically in the region that includes present-day Egypt and Morocco. It inhabited ancient river systems and estuarine environments, suggesting a semi-aquatic lifestyle. The first fossils of Spinosaurus were discovered in Egypt in the early 20th century by German paleontologist Ernst Stromer. Unfortunately, the original fossils were destroyed during World War II, making it challenging to study the dinosaur. New fossils and research have shed more light on Spinosaurus in recent years. Spinosaurus has been a subject of controversy and debate among paleontologists. Its unique adaptations for a semi-aquatic lifestyle, such as its elongated snout and sail-like structure, have sparked discussions about its behavior, habitat, and ecology. Some researchers have proposed that Spinosaurus may have spent a significant portion of its life in water, hunting for fish. Spinosaurus gained significant popularity in pop culture after it was featured as the primary antagonist in the movie "Jurassic Park III." The depiction of Spinosaurus in the film, including its ability to defeat a Tyrannosaurus rex, has been a topic of discussion among dinosaur enthusiasts.

Hand Painted.

Product Code: #0008

by Haolonggood

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 15+ Years

Haolonggood - Spinosaurus Lvyi #0008

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