PNSO - Lucio The Amargasaurus
PNSO Amargasaurus base measures approximately 7 x 4 inches (L x W)
CollectA Deluxe Amargasaurus Review:Consistent with PNSO - this figures is awesome (but comes at a price). Spikes are a great combination of individual spikes and "sail" type. Spikes on the back of the neck has combination sail at the base, but then transitions into individual spikes. Along the back transitions into double row of individual spikes - then transitions into a single row all the way down the tail. Overall a great design combination. on the spikes.
Overall a very realistic figure. Muscle tone and texture on the sides is high level. We really like the design of the neck and head, which is slim but powerful. If money is no object, this is the best Amargasaurus figure available. Manufacturer picture is more green than actual - look at our pictures to get a better sense of actual color.
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Amargasaurus Dinosaur Facts:Amargasaurus is a genus of sauropod dinosaurs (long necks, long tails, relatively small heads, and four thick legs) that lived in what is now Argentina about 125 million years ago. The Amargasaurus is one of the smaller sauropods – measuring only 30 feet in length and weighing an estimated 2-3 tons.
The most distinctive feature of the Amargasaurus was two parallel rows of tall spines down its neck and back. There is a debate among scientists as to whether they were individual spikes or if they were connected by some sort of “skin” to form a “sail”. The Amargasaurus spikes may have provided protection from predators or (if covered by skin) a way to dissipate heat) – or a combination of the two functions. The tallest of the Amargasaurus spikes may have reached as high as 24 inches.
The Amargasaurus was likely a slow-moving animal. While its legs were think and one would think strong, the relative shortness of the legs (relative to the size of its body) likely limited the speed at which it could walk.
Our knowledge of the Amargasaurus is limited by the fact that only ONE fossil specimen has been discovered. Found in Argentina in 1984, it provides most the information scientists have inferred about the Amargasaurus.
For the “gamers” out there, the Amagarsaurus is the dinosaur tamed in the game Lost Island and the Amagarsaurus ARK must be tamed to advance in the game
PNSO - Dinosaur Museum Series - Lucio The Amargasaurus
1:35 scientific reconstruction sculpture for display. NOT A TOY.
Product Name: Lucio The Amargasaurus
PNSO is a specialized organization devoted to Scientific Art creation and research. It was founded in Beijing on June 1, 2010, by Mr. ZHAO Chuang, a Scientific Artist, and Ms. YANG Yang, a science writer for children.
Hand Painted. Product Material: PVC
Product Code: PNSO-04 by PNSO