CollectA's finely detailed replica of the Dacentrurus is detailed and lifelike, down to the spikes on its spine and shoulders. Like its relatives in the stegosaur genus, the herbivorous Dacentrurus had plates and spikes running down its spine and on its tail. This figure depicts the creature with spikes extending from its shoulders, which are shown in some portrayals. The Dacentrurus grew to be about 26 feet long and lived in the Late Jurassic Period, about 154 - 150 million years ago. Our 1:40 scale figure is depicted standing on its hind legs and measures 10.2''L x 6.5''H. Each prehistoric figure in our collection has been approved by archeologist Anthony Beeson, a well-respected expert in paleoimagery. All CollectA models are individually hand crafted to the highest standards and made with the finest and safest phthalate-free, lead-free materials. Create a natural world in miniature with high quality toy replicas from CollectA
- FUN FACT: The Dacentrurus had relatively long front legs and a back that bore a series of small plates and sharp spikes. Dacentrurus means "tail full of points".
- PALEONTOLOGIST APPROVED: Working with experts from across the globe, Collecta hand-painted figurines are all factually accurate and paleontologist-approved, so little ones get to learn while they play.
- AUTHENTICITY: Each prehistoric sculpture has been approved by Anthony Beeson, a well respected expert in palaeoimagery who is also an art librarian, archaeologist and collector, based in the city of Bristol, England.
- DELUXE 1:40 SCALE: Each of the Collecta Deluxe models comes with a little plastic palaeontologist know as "Sir Arthur Gauge". Sir Arthur comes complete with pickaxe and binoculars and provides scale for each model. This really allows the size of the Dacentrurus to be appreciated.
|Length : 20.3 cm||Width : 6 cm|
|Height : 15.9 cm|
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