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Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)

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Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
Spinosaurus Aymen - Standing (PNSO)
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PNSO has a new dinosaur model! Aymen the Spinosaurus towers tall, with its large sail running along its back and tail. Standing on strong hind legs.

PNSO Aymen the Spinosaurus measures: 5" H x 13.5" L.

PNSO Aymen the Spinosaurus Review:

This imaginative model of the Spinosaurus has it standing on its hindlegs. This bipedal pose is unique among the other Spinosaurus models. Making this one stand out. The Texture throughout this model is quite good. I especially like the tight wrinkles on the neck. The head overall is very well made. A standard sandy color hide is embellished with dark markings that run the length of the creature. The sail has some red and orange hues too. Included with the model is a fossil skull of the Spinosaurus. The jaw is articulated.

Spinosaurus Information:

Spinosaurus is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, around 112 to 93.5 million years ago. The name "Spinosaurus" means "spine lizard," referring to the distinctive spines that extended from its vertebrae and formed a sail-like structure on its back. Here are some key points about Spinosaurus:

  1. Size: Spinosaurus is believed to have been one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, with estimates of its length ranging from 12 to 18 meters (39 to 59 feet) and its weight from 7 to 20 metric tons.

  2. Physical Characteristics: Its most distinctive feature is the long neural spines that extended from its vertebrae and supported a sail-like structure on its back. The purpose of this sail is still debated, with hypotheses ranging from thermoregulation to display or even buoyancy control while swimming.

  3. Habitat: Spinosaurus fossils have been found in North Africa, specifically in what is now Egypt and Morocco. It likely inhabited a range of environments, including river systems and coastal regions.

  4. Diet: While early reconstructions depicted Spinosaurus as a primarily terrestrial predator, more recent evidence suggests it was highly adapted for a semi-aquatic lifestyle. Its skull had elongated jaws filled with conical teeth, indicating a diet that likely included fish and other aquatic prey.

  5. Semi-Aquatic Adaptations: Fossil evidence, including its unusual anatomy such as long and narrow jaws, dense bones for buoyancy control, and paddle-like feet, suggests that Spinosaurus was well-adapted for a semi-aquatic lifestyle, spending a significant amount of time in water, perhaps hunting and foraging for food.

  6. Discovery: Spinosaurus was first described in 1915 by German paleontologist Ernst Stromer based on partial remains discovered in Egypt. Unfortunately, the original fossils were destroyed during World War II bombings, leading to a gap in understanding the dinosaur for several decades. However, new discoveries in Morocco in the 21st century have provided additional insights into its anatomy and behavior.

  7. Cultural Impact: Spinosaurus gained significant popular attention after its depiction in the 2001 film "Jurassic Park III," where it was portrayed as a formidable antagonist to the protagonists.

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Code: #019

PNSO Spinosaurus Aymen

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Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

14+ Years

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