This life-sized high quality soft sculpture of Anomalocaris canadensis is lovingly designed with data from original fossils. The Anomalocaris’ charming weirdness makes it an intriguing and delightful companion to the infinitely curious. Anomalocaris canadensis was first described in 1892 by British-Canadian paleontologist Joseph Frederick Whiteaves. The most notable specimens were retrieved from the Burgess Shale in Yoho National Park, Canada. Growing between 1 and 3 feet long, this intriguing relative of arthropods hails from the Cambrian Period, about 508 million years ago. Believed to be one of the world’s first apex predators, it would have used its pineapple-shaped mouth to crush or suck unsuspecting victims into its gut.
-Size: This figure measures approximately 12″ long by 5″ tall boasting 26 points of articulation and includes display base, posing rod w/ two support options, and interchangeable closed running toes. The only Pyroraptor specimen consists of incomplete remains including distinctive foot claws, fossilized teeth, arm and back bones. It gets...
-Size: 8.5"L x 2.75"H Velociraptor was a small, carnivorous dinosaur that lived in Mongolia during the Late Cretaceous, 71 to 75 million years ago. Unlike the fictional movie counterpart that made this species famous, the real Velociraptor was only about the size of a turkey and was covered in feathers....
-Size: 8"L x 2.75"H The three-horned Triceratops is the most famous – and most gigantic – of all the horned dinosaurs. This iconic animal browsed for plants in North America during the Late Cretaceous, 66 million years ago.