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Diplodocus - Carnegii Catch the Rainbow (REBOR)

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Diplodocus - Carnegii Catch the Rainbow (REBOR)
Diplodocus - Carnegii Catch the Rainbow (REBOR)
Diplodocus - Carnegii Catch the Rainbow (REBOR)
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Diplodocus Carnegii had a long, whip-like tail which likely served as a defensive weapon against predators, capable of delivering powerful and deadly strikes.

Rebor Diplodocus Catch the Rainbow Measures:
32.5" L x 5" H, 1:35 Scale

Rebor Diplodocus Carnegii Catch the Rainbow Review:

Rebor presents the Female Diplodocus carnegii "Catch the Rainbow" in all thir glory! This replica includes BOTH an articulated neck and tail. There is no end to the ways they can be posed. An high degree of attention has been paid to this models fine details.

Diplodocus Carnegii Information:

Diplodocus carnegii, also known as Carnegie's diplodocus, is a species of long-necked, herbivorous dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic period, approximately 154 to 152 million years ago. It belongs to the family Diplodocidae, which includes other well-known dinosaurs such as Apatosaurus (previously known as Brontosaurus).
Diplodocus carnegii was first discovered in 1899 by paleontologist Earl Douglass in the Morrison Formation of Utah, United States. The species was named in honor of Andrew Carnegie, a Scottish-American industrialist and philanthropist who funded many paleontological expeditions during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This dinosaur is renowned for its enormous size and unique body structure. It had a long, slender neck and tail, which allowed it to reach vegetation high off the ground. Diplodocus carnegii could reach lengths of up to 88 feet (26.8 meters) and weigh around 10 to 16 tons.
Its body was supported by four sturdy legs, and its front limbs were shorter than its hind limbs. Diplodocus carnegii had a small head in proportion to its body, with a blunt snout and peg-like teeth that were adapted for stripping leaves and twigs from plants.
One of the most distinctive features of Diplodocus carnegii was its long, whip-like tail, which may have been used for defense against predators by generating loud sounds or delivering powerful strikes. Some paleontologists believe that the tail may have also played a role in courtship or communication within the species.
Diplodocus carnegii is one of the most well-known and studied dinosaurs, and its skeletal reconstructions can be found in many natural history museums around the world. Its discovery and subsequent popularity have contributed significantly to our understanding of sauropod dinosaurs and the ecosystems in which they lived.

Scientific reconstruction sculpture for display. NOT A TOY.

Hand Painted. Durable synthetic resin

Product Code: REBOR 161038

by Rebor

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REBOR - Diplodocus Carnegii Catch the Rainbow #161038

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

14+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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