Nanmu - Santiago - Baryonyx
The Nanmu Santiago measures: 9" L x 5.6" H.
Nanmu Santiago Review:
The holotype specimen, which may not have been fully grown, was estimated to have been between 7.5 and 10 metres (25 and 33 feet) long and to have weighed between 1.2 and 2 metric tons (1.3 and 2.2 short tons; 1.2 and 2.0 long tons). Baryonyx had a long, low, and narrow snout, which has been compared to that of a gharial. The tip of the snout expanded to the sides in the shape of a rosette. Behind this, the upper jaw had a notch which fitted into the lower jaw (which curved upwards in the same area). It had a triangular crest on the top of its nasal bones. Baryonyx had a large number of finely serrated, conical teeth, with the largest teeth in front. The neck formed an S-shape, and the neural spines of its dorsal vertebrae increased in height from front to back. One elongated neural spine indicates it may have had a hump or ridge along the centre of its back. It had robust forelimbs, with the eponymous first-finger claw measuring about 31 centimetres (12 inches) long.
The Nanmu Santiago #171988 is part of the Dinosaur Series by Nanmu.
This is a hand painted figure. Made of durable synthetic material.
Product Code: 171988 Nanmu 55045 by Nanmu