Psittacosaurus

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Dinosaur Facts

Length: up to 2m
Diet: Herbivore (plant eater)
Period: Early Cretaceous
Time Span: 100 to 120 Million Years Ago

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Description

Psittacosaurus, or the "parrot lizard", was a small plant eating dinosaur that lived in Mongolia and China during the Early Cretaceous, 100 to 120 million years ago. About the size of a large dog, this peaceful creature used its beak and rough teeth to cut and crush tough plants. Recent discoveries revealed the skin color and pattern of Psittacosaurus and also showed that it had an unusual row of bristles along the top of its tail. This accurately bristled figure is 5.25 inches long and 1.75 inches high. Its spotted brown color, darker on top and lighter below, reflects the latest scientific discoveries. Psittacosaurus was a small herbivore with a deep beak reminiscent of a parrot’s. It had a very wide head with spikes that protruded from its cheeks. It walked on two legs, but could also rest on its shorter arms. A row of long bristles protruded from top of its tail.

Each replica comes with 5 language educational information. Ages 3+.

Dimensions

Length: 13.3cm

Height: 4.4cm

 

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