PNSO - Austin the Pachycephalosaurus
This is one of our least favorite PNSO figures for a number of significant reasons.
PNSO Austin the Pachycephalosaurus Review:
Normally PNSO produces the best figures, but this is one of our least favorite PNSO figures. While the dome is nice, we find the mouth / face to be slightly incomplete. We find the beak to be lacking. The front arms are extremely small (undersized in our opinion). We find the texture to be overly smooth and the paint job to be basic. Lastly, while the figure is not "tippy", it is of "delicate balanc". Overall not our favorite PNSO figure and not even our favorite Pachycephalosaurus.
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Pachycephalosaurus Dinosaur Facts:
Pachycephalosaurus means "thick headed lizard." This thick domed skull is the primary distinguishing feature of this dinosaur. The common perception is that the dome was used for head-butting, however evidence shows that the skull likely was not thick enough to support this activity. The Pachycephalosaurus lived in what is now North America. In the U.S. remains have been found in Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota. The Pachycephalosaurus reached up to 15 feet in length and weighed up to 1,000 lbs. The Dracorex and Stygimoloch are argued to be younger phases of the Pachycephalosaurus.
Scientific reconstruction sculpture for display. NOT A TOY.
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-46 by PNSO