-Size: 16&1/2”L (from wall to nose) x 5&3/4”W x 9”H
-Species: Velociraptor mongoliensis
-Notes: A Darwin and Wallace Exclusive. Cast in high-impact resin and ready to hang on the wall, the Paleo-Taxidermy Velociraptor is 1:1 scale, and is the most scientifically accurate replica of this animal available. Velociraptor, though smaller in reality than in the movies, is the main villain of the Jurassic Park film series. The first specimen of Velociraptor was discovered in 1923 on an expedition led by American Museum of Natural History explorer Roy Chapman Andrews, the man that would one day become the inspiration behind the film character Indiana Jones.
-Age: Cretaceous Period, 75-71 million years ago
-Location: Djadochta Formation, Flaming Cliffs, Mongolia
-Size: 22"L x 24" Wingspan (1:1 Scale) -Species: Archaeopteryx lithographica ("Ancient Wing of Lithographic stone") -Notes: Archaeopteryx is a small, raptor-like dinosaur from the European islands of the ancient Tehthys Sea. Considering the exquisite detail of its well-preserved feathers, this dinosaur was originally coined as the "first bird" upon the discovery...
-Size: 30"L x 18"T (1:1 Scale) -Species: Ceratosaurus nasicornis ("Horned Nose Lizard") -Notes: A medium-sized predator from the Jurassic period, this carnivore would have shared its world with Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, Apatosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Stegosaurus, and many other well-known dinosaurs. Ceratosaurus was also featured in the film Jurassic Park III. -Age: Jurassic Period, 156-147...
-Size: 24"L x 24"T (1:1 Scale) -Species: Deinonychus antirrhopus ("Terrible Claw & counter-balanced" - in reference to the curved "killing claws" of the feet, as well as the stiffened tail that would have provided counter-balance to the rest of the animal). -Notes: This carefully crafted piece consists of genuine chicken feathers...