The Diabloceratops was a herbivorous dinosaur with two curved horns on its collar. These horns are what gives it the Latin name, which literally means face with devil horns. It probably lived in the vicinity of many lakes and rivers. Researchers suspect that it may have been an ancestor of the Triceratops. Age 3 years +
The Dracorex was a small, herbivorous dinosaur that inhabited North America during the Late Cretaceous period. Only the skull of a single Dracorex has been found so far. The shape of the dinosaur's head and its long snout resemble a dragon, which resulted in it being named Dracorex: its scientific name which, translated word for word, means dragon king....
Giganotosaurus juveniles lived in packs and quickly grew up to be dangerous hunters. Giganotosauruses grew to be almost as large as the biggest carnivore in the history of the earth: the Spinosaurus. The name Giganotosaurus means giant lizard of the South, because this dinosaur was found in Argentina in South America. Age 3 years +
The Plesiosaurus was a prehistoric reptile that lived in the sea and fed mainly on fish. It wasn't just its long neck that made this dinosaur stand out, but its swimming style: instead of using its paddle-shaped fins to row, it moved forward by beating them like wings – just like a sea turtle. Age 3 years +
The Triceratops was one of the last large dinosaurs.
The Oviraptor lived over about 75 million years ago at the time of the Velociraptor.
The Dinogorgon lived over 250 million years ago where South Africa and Tanzania now lie.
Of all animals that ever lived on earth, the Therizinosaurus probably had the longest claws.
The Psittacosaurus was a small, lightweight dinosaur that lived over 100 million years ago.
The Tawa was a carnivorous dinosaur with a slender snout and long neck.
The Therizinosaurus juvenile is a harmless herbivore but has long, razor-sharp claws.
Playing? For the T.rex juvenile that means fighting dinosaurs his own age!
The Pteranodon was one of the largest pterosaurs in the Cretaceous period.
The Giganotosaurus looks very similar to the T-rex.
The Dimetrodon is often referred to as a dinosaur. However, it is a primeval reptile, a so-called Pelycosaurus.
The Dimorphodon was a small flying dinosaur with a large skull and a long beak.
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The 13-meter long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two-legged predator. With its massive skull and its nearly 20-centimeter long teeth, it was an extremely impressive dinosaur of his time.
This detailed Kentroaurus Figure is approx 18 cm long and stands 11 cm high. Suitable for 3 years plus.
The Acrocanthosaurus was around the same size and weight as the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Giganotosaurus. Unlike many other dinosaurs, it had seven openings in its skull rather than five Suitable for 3 years plus.
Allosaurus was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs.
Brachiosaurus translated means “arm lizard”. It acquired the name, because its front legs were significantly longer than its hind legs.
Utahraptor was a fast, agile raptor, which would hunt herbivorous dinosaurs.
The huge, heavy Stegosaurus populated the earth more than 150 million years ago. It had large bony plates on its back, and sharp spikes on its powerful tail.
The Barapasaurus was one of the first large herbivores 200-182 million years ago. Although the dinosaurs were rather small at this time, it reached a length of about 14 meters.
The Dunkleosteus was an armoured fish with a length of eight to ten metres, which was unusually large for the Devonian period. It was one of the first giants of the underwater world, together with the Titanichthys.
The Herrerasaurus was one of the first prehistoric saurians to dominate the earth 220 million years ago. It was a dangerous hunter who moved on two legs and had sharp, serrated teeth.
A Carnotaurus is a typical example of a carnivorous predatory dinosaur. He ran on strong hind limbs and had a jaw full of sharp, long teeth.
The thirteen metre long Tyrannosaurus Rex was a two legged predatory dinosaur. With its powerful head and nearly 20 centimetre long teeth, this dinosaur was an extremely impressive contemporary.
The most notable characteristic of this 18-metre-high, carnivorous dinosaur was a long line of spines connected by skin along its back.