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Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)

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Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
Saurophaganax - Donald (PNSO)
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This Saurophaganax from PNSO has a lovely paint job fusing purples, greens, browns, and greys with vertical irregular stripes jaggedly running along its ribs.

PNSO Donald the Saurophaganax measures: 11.8” L x 1.5” W x 4.2” H

PNSO Saurophaganax Review:

I very much like this figure by PNSO, the paint application is attractive and the colors while not flashy standout on the hide. This figures mouth opens very wide and is quite pink. Mouth and head have impressive detail, especially around the eyes and nostrils. This model is in motion with one foot lifting off the ground as it takes a step. This figure balances on its own but has a clear plastic stand included with a poster and informational booklet. 

Saurophaganax Information:

Saurophaganax is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic period, approximately 150 million years ago. It belongs to the family Allosauridae, which also includes the better-known Allosaurus. The name Saurophaganax means "lord of reptiles."

Here are some key characteristics and information about Saurophaganax:

Size: Saurophaganax was a large theropod, with estimates suggesting it reached lengths of around 30 to 40 feet (9 to 12 meters). It stood about 14 feet (4 meters) tall at the hips.

Diet: Like other theropods, Saurophaganax was a carnivore, preying on other dinosaurs. Its large size and robust build would have made it a formidable predator.

Discovery: Saurophaganax is primarily known from fossil remains found in the Morrison Formation of the western United States, including Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. The first fossils were discovered in Oklahoma in 1931.

Relationship to Allosaurus: Saurophaganax shares many similarities with Allosaurus and was initially considered a species of Allosaurus (A. maximus). However, subsequent research led to the recognition of Saurophaganax as a distinct genus.

Classification: Saurophaganax is classified within the Allosauridae family, a group of large theropods that includes Allosaurus. Allosaurids were widespread during the Late Jurassic period.

Paleoenvironment: Saurophaganax lived in a diverse ecosystem characterized by large herbivorous dinosaurs such as Apatosaurus and Stegosaurus. The Morrison Formation, where its fossils have been found, preserves a rich fossil record of Late Jurassic dinosaurs.

Fossil Evidence: The fossil evidence for Saurophaganax includes fragmentary skeletal remains, with some elements from the skull, vertebrae, and limb bones. As is often the case with dinosaur fossils, the reconstruction of the complete skeleton involves some speculation.

While Saurophaganax is not as well-known as some other theropods, it provides valuable insights into the diversity of large predators during the Late Jurassic period in North America.

Hand Painted. Product Material: PVC

Product Code: PNSO-75


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PNSO Prehistoric - Saurophaganax Donald #75

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

14+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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