Jacques has a heavy figure that's slightly unbalanced, highly detailed feathers and down drape its frame.
PNSO - Jacques the Deinocheirus #64 measures: 11.5" L x 4.9" H.
PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus Review:
This figure is an exceptional example of what PNSO has become known for; superior quality and variety. With a detailed model and paint job, articulated poses and accurate physiology. Jacques has an unbalanced heavy figure, highly detailed feathers and down drape its frame.
Jacques has a Moveable Jaw!
is a genus of large ornithomimosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous around 70 million years ago. In 1965, a pair of large arms, shoulder girdles, and a few other bones of a new dinosaur were first discovered in the Nemegt Formation of Mongolia. Deinocheirus was an unusual ornithomimosaur, the largest of the clade at 36 ft long, and weighing 6.5 ton. Though it was a bulky animal, it had many hollow bones which saved weight. The arms were among the largest of any bipedal dinosaur at 7.9 ft long, with large, blunt claws on its three-fingered hands. The legs were relatively short, and bore blunt claws. Its vertebrae had tall neural spines that formed a "sail" along its back. Most of the vertebrae and some other bones were highly pneumatised by invading air sacs. The tail ended in pygostyle-like vertebrae, which indicate the presence of a fan of feathers. The skull was 3.36 ft long, with a wide bill and a deep lower jaw, similar to those of hadrosaurs.
Scientific reconstruction sculpture for display. NOT A TOY.
High detailed, realistic and exquisite.
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-64