Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs

Millions of years ago, during the Triassic period, some of history's largest animals, the Dinosaurs, ruled the world.  For thousands of years, huge Mammoths, joined the T-Rex, Brontosaurus, Triceratops, and Pterodactyls to provide a stunning, unique collection of animals that were neither mammals or amphibians, but reptiles.  Much has been written of this fascinating series and HANSA's collection, offers fans of these "gentle giants", thru their TAGS THAT TEACH, the opportunity to explore their lives and solve the mystery of their fascinating disappearance . . . . . . .  

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Brontosaurus
SKU: 5097
Brontosaurus means ?Ç£thunder lizard.?Ç¥ They were the largest animals that ever lived. They could grow to over 80 ft long and weigh approximately 35 tons. It is known for its very long neck, which was useful for eating foliage off trees and shrubs. Brontosaurus lived in the Jurassic Period about 150 million years ago.
Brontosaurus
SKU: 6134
Brontosaurus Ride-on
SKU: 5313
Leallyn Lizard
SKU: 6216
Minmi Paravertebra
SKU: 6215
Parasaurolophus
SKU: 5531
Parasaurolophus is a Cretaceous dinosaur known for its large, elaborate cranial crest, which formed a long curved tube projecting upwards and back from the skull. Another dinosaur called the Charonosaurus which was from China, may have been its closest relative, and had a similar skull and potentially a similar crest.
Pterodactyl
SKU: 5719
Pterodactyl
SKU: 5102
The pterodactyl was a flying reptile referred to as a "winged lizard." They were lightly built with hallow bones, long curved necks, and small bodies. Pterodactyls had large brains and good eyesight with a wingspan of up to 40 feet long. It was a meat-eating creatures that lived 251-65 million years ago.
Spinosaurus
SKU: 5534
The spinosaurus (meaning "spine lizard") is a genus of theropod dinosaur. Its distinctive spines, which were long extensions of the vertebrae, grew up to 6.5 ft long and were likely to have had skin connecting them. They were the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, larger than T-rex and Giganotosaurus. Estimates suggest that it was around 59 ft in length.
Stegosaurus
SKU: 6133
Stegosaurus
SKU: 5561
The stegosaurus is an armored dinosaur from the Late Jurassic period. They had a large, heavy build and a distinctive posture with a heavily arched back, short forelimbs, head held low to the ground, and a stiffened tail held high in the air. The spikes on the tail were most likely used for defense, while the back plates have also been postulated to be a defensive mechanism.
T-rex
SKU: 5525
T-rex
SKU: 5096
Tyrannosaurus Rex was a huge meat-eating dinosaur that lived about 85 million years ago. T-Rex was up to 40 feet long, 15-20 feet tall and weighed up to 5-7 tons. It had a large lobe in the brain and did have depth perception. A T- Rex could run up to 15mph and could eat up to 500 pounds of meat and bones in one bite.
Ticerotops
SKU: 5101
The triceratops is a dinosaur known as "horrible three horned face." They were one of the biggest and most dangerous dinosaurs. They were found in the Rocky Mountains and lived in the Cretaceous period. Triceratopses were plant eating dinosaurs and measured 25 ft long and 10 feet high, weighing between 5 and 6 tons.
Triceratops
SKU: 6135

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