While the Nasutoceratops was named for its large nose, it's the animal's impressive horns that really made dinosaur fans go wild. Several models and figures were produced in 2015, with Safari's version bearing the grey and gold coloration of Raul Martin's painting. The animal's bull-like horns would have been formidable weapons; at the time of their discovery, these horns were the longest of any known ceratopsid.
6.75" L x 2.5" H
17 x 6 cm