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Therizinosaurus by Bullyland

Features moveable arms.
The Therizinosaurus lived some 71 to 65 million years ago, during the Upper Cretaceous epoch, and was one of the last and main representatives of the – to this day unique – group of Therizinosauridae. Only a very few fossilized bones are known of this type, including the huge claws from their hands, from which they take their name. Therizinosaurus is thought to have been 9 meters long.

This reconstruction by Bullyland was released in 2012, and features moveable arms.

26 x 14.6 cm