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Deinonychus antirrhopus `Hector´



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Meet `Hector´, the most famous Deinonychus in paleontology.

The original fossil was sold at auction for $12.4 million and this was the dinosaur skeleton that inspired the velociraptors of Jurassic Park, although it was actually a Deinonychus antirrhopus.

Discovered in Montana in 1964, this specimen provided valuable information about the behavior and anatomy of predatory dinosaurs.

We have the pleasure of being able to exclusively offer this magnificent replica of the skeleton of ‘Hector’, modeled in detail and for which Computed Tomography of real fossils has been used in addition to an exhaustive paleontological study to create this magnificent reproduction of the emblematic Deinonychus.

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Approximate measurements of Deinonychus: Assembly kit

  • 1:8 scale
    • Length 400mm
    • Height 258mm
    • Snout-tail length 405 mm
    • Includes support
    • Does not include base
  • 1:3 scale
    • Length 1100mm
    • Height 700mm
    • Muzzle-tail length 1170 mm
    • Includes support
    • Does not include base

Special Thanks:

Nova Studios extends gratitude to Motusmedia for providing exceptional photo and video material. Visit their website at Motusmedia for a showcase of their outstanding work.

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Copyright Notice:

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Weight5 kg
Dimensions80 × 40 × 40 cm


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