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Tyrannosaurus Rex “Monty”

Tyrannosaurus rex, commonly abbreviated to T. rex, is one of the most iconic and feared dinosaurs of the late Cretaceous period. It is characterized by its large size, powerful jaw and relatively small arms compared to its enormous body. The T. rex skeleton is designed for hunting and terrestrial locomotion. Its skull is large and robust, with strong jaws equipped with sharp, serrated teeth, adapted to tear the flesh of its prey. The eyes were located at the front of the head, giving it binocular vision and the ability to judge distance, useful features for hunting. The short, muscular neck supports the skull, while the torso is wide and solid, housing vital organs and providing stability during locomotion. Its hind legs are long and robust, adapted for running, which allowed it to reach surprising speeds for its size. In contrast, their arms are short and have only two functional fingers,


Giraffatitan Brachiosarus Brancai

length 73cm (28.78inches) height 90cm (35 1/2 inches) On our webshop, we offer a unique product: a replica of a Giraffatitan Brachiosaurus Brancai standing upright. This beautiful piece is made with the latest 3D printing technology and crafted in hard resin, making it durable and long-lasting. This skeleton is not only a decoration for your home or office, but also a valuable addition to your collection of prehistoric dinosaurs. The Giraffatitan Brachiosaurus Brancai, one of the largest dinosaurs to ever exist, lived during the Jurassic period, around 150 million years ago. This unique replica of the Giraffatitan Brachiosaurus Brancai, standing upright, is a true work of art that is both scientifically accurate and visually impressive. Our team at Nova Studios used the latest 3D printing technology to produce an exact replica of the Giraffatitan Brachiosaurus Brancai skeleton, capturing every intricate detail and nuance of the original. The replica of the


Deinonychus antirrhopus `Hector´


Baby Raptor

[embed][/embed] Introducing a one-of-a-kind masterpiece from Nova Studios, an imagined baby raptor skeleton in a fetus position. This unique piece is not based on any scientific data, but rather on imagination and creativity, making it a rare and stunning addition to any collection. The baby raptor, a miniature version of the fierce predators that roamed the earth during the Cretaceous period, is depicted in a fetal position, adding a touch of vulnerability and innocence to its fierce appearance. The intricate details of the bones, from the delicately curved spine to the tiny clawed fingers, are crafted with precision and care to create a realistic and anatomically correct representation. Not only is this imagined baby raptor skeleton a beautiful decoration for your home or office, but it's also a valuable educational tool. It is an excellent way to help children and adults learn about the history of our planet and the


Authentic Compsognathus Skeleton

Compsognathus longipes, a small theropod dinosaur from the Late Jurassic, emerges as a slender, agile figure in the prehistoric landscape. With a length of around 1.2 meters, this bipedal predator captivates with its agility and graceful appearance. Its body, covered in tiny scales, is suited for speed and agility. The muscular hind legs allow it to move quickly, while the sharp claws on the front limbs suggest its ability to capture prey. Its long, thin tail provides balance during its rapid forays. The skull of Compsognathus exhibits jaws full of sharp, curved teeth, indicating a carnivorous diet. Its keen eyes scan the environment for potential prey, and its keen senses make it an efficient predator in its ecological niche. Compsognathus thrives in island and coastal environments of the Upper Jurassic, taking advantage of its ability to hunt small vertebrates and insects. The sight of this small theropod, with its agile

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