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Suchomimus - Thabo (PNSO)

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Suchomimus - Thabo (PNSO)
Suchomimus - Thabo (PNSO)
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A highly detailed dark grey hide is contrasted by tan stripes circling this Suchomimus's tail. Great articulated jaw opens very wide. New in 2023.

PNSO Thabo the Suchomimus measures: 11.5" L x 3" T.

PNSO Thabo the Suchomimus Review:

PNSO has brought us a an attractive streamlined therapod, the Suchomimus. A body sculpt that captures the musculature, long frame of them. Fine detail is paid close attention to, down to the very toes of this animal. Suchomimus had big, strong fore arms with massive claws and are portayed well by this model. A very narrow and long skull full of conical teeth finish this figure and what we have is a full package. Paint, sculpt and detail make this a great addition to PNSO's Dinosaur Collection. Jaw is articulated and opens extra wide. Includes an art poster, informational booklet and clear plastic stand.

Suchomimus Information:

Suchomimus (meaning "crocodile mimic") is a genus of large, predatory theropod dinosaur that lived during the mid-Cretaceous period, around 112 to 98 million years ago. Its fossils have been found in Niger, in West Africa.
Suchomimus was a spinosaurid, a group of theropods known for their long, narrow snouts, which were likely used for catching fish. It was a relatively large dinosaur, estimated to have been around 30 feet (9 meters) long and weighing up to 7 tons. Its skull was around 4 feet (1.2 meters) long, and it had a distinctive, sail-like structure on its back made of elongated spines that would have been used for display or thermoregulation.
The teeth of Suchomimus were conical and unserrated, similar to those of modern crocodiles. This suggests that it primarily fed on fish, but it may have also preyed on other animals, such as small dinosaurs or pterosaurs.
Suchomimus is known from a nearly complete skeleton, which was discovered in 1997 by a team of paleontologists from the State University of New York. This specimen is now housed at the National Museum of Niger in Niamey. Other fossils of Suchomimus have also been found in the same region, including partial skulls, teeth, and isolated bones.

PNSO is a specialized organization devoted to Scientific Art creation and research. It was founded in Beijing by Mr. ZHAO Chuang, a Scientific Artist, and Ms. YANG Yang, a science writer for children.

Hand Painted. Product Material: PVC

Product Code: PNSO-067


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PNSO Dinosaur Museum Series - Thabo the Suchomimus #067

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

14+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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