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Dinosaur Brachiosaurus Big Sister

Dinosaur Brachiosaurus Big Sister

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Product number: N09064
Product information "Dinosaur Brachiosaurus Big Sister"
Brachiosaurus is among the largest land animals in the history of the Earth. With other genera, it forms the taxon Brachiosauridae due to shared anatomical features such as long forelegs and high nasal openings. Brachiosaurus was a herbivore averaging 23 meters in length and 13 meters in height. The maximum length is thought to have been 25 to 27 meters. Shoulders were located at a height of 6.4 meters. Current weight estimates of Brachiosaurus altithorax are 23 (biologists in the journal Biology Letters of the British Royal Society, 2012), 28, 35, and 44 tons.

Brachiosaurus had a domed head with a broad, flat snout. Compared to the body size, the skull was very small. There were peg-like teeth on the jaw. The neck was exceptionally long (8-9 m). It consisted of 14 cervical vertebrae, no more than in other sauropods, but each vertebra was about three times as long as a dorsal vertebra. It was also unusual in that the front legs exceeded the hind legs in length. The dinosaurs (Dinosauria, from Ancient Greek deinós, German 'terrible, formidable' and Ancient Greek sauros, German: lizard) are a group of terrestrial vertebrates that dominated continental ecosystems in the Earth's Middle Ages from the Upper Triassic about 235 million years ago to the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary about 66 million years ago.

In classical systematics, dinosaurs are considered an extinct branch of reptiles, although they differ markedly in morphology from recent, or present-day, reptiles and are not particularly closely related to most recent reptiles, especially lizards and snakes. From a cladistic point of view, which is the scientific standard today, both the sauropsids (sometimes alternatively referred to as reptiles altogether) and the dinosaurs include the birds that evolved from small theropod dinosaurs. Thus, not all dinosaurs became extinct during the mass extinction at the end of the Earth's Middle Ages, but with the birds a special evolutionary lineage of dinosaurs survived to the present day. This lineage proved to be extraordinarily adaptable and successful: birds make up about a third of all recent terrestrial vertebrate species, are represented in all terrestrial ecosystems, and also feature a group, the penguins, that is strongly adapted to life in and around water.

However, in zoology, which deals primarily with recent animals, and especially in ornithology, birds are still usually considered a class in their own right rather than dinosaurs or reptiles. The same is true in common usage. Even in modern vertebrate paleontology, an informal separation of birds and dinosaurs in the classical sense is common. The latter are also referred to as non-avian dinosaurs, in keeping with the cladistic view.

Knowledge of dinosaurs is obtained by paleontologists through the study of fossils, which have survived in the form of fossilized bones, skin and tissue impressions, and trace fossils, i.e. footprints, eggs, nests, stomach stones or fossilized feces. Dinosaur remains have been found on every continent, including Antarctica, because dinosaurs evolved at a time when the entire mainland was united in the supercontinent Pangaea. In the first half of the 20th century, dinosaurs were considered to be cold-blooded, sluggish, and not very intelligent animals. However, numerous studies since the 1970s have shown that they were active animals with increased metabolic rates and adaptations that enabled social interactions. Dinosaurs have become a part of global pop culture and feature in some extraordinarily successful books and movies.

Product Number: N09064
Product Name: big-sister-dino

This design comes with the following sizes:
Size: 5.62"(w) X 3.32"(h) (142.8mm X 84.4mm)
Size: 5.70"(w) X 3.37"(h) (144.8mm X 85.6mm)
Size: 5.82"(w) X 3.44"(h) (147.8mm X 87.4mm)
Size: 5.86"(w) X 3.46"(h) (148.8mm X 88.0mm)
Size: 5.90"(w) X 3.49"(h) (149.8mm X 88.6mm)
Size: 5.98"(w) X 3.53"(h) (151.8mm X 89.6mm)
Size: 6.21"(w) X 3.67"(h) (157.8mm X 93.2mm)
Size: 6.29"(w) X 3.72"(h) (159.8mm X 94.4mm)
Size: 6.41"(w) X 3.79"(h) (162.8mm X 96.2mm)
Size: 6.45"(w) X 3.81"(h) (163.8mm X 96.8mm)
Size: 6.57"(w) X 3.88"(h) (166.8mm X 98.6mm)
Size: 6.69"(w) X 3.95"(h) (169.8mm X 100.4mm)
Size: 6.76"(w) X 4.00"(h) (171.8mm X 101.6mm)
Size: 6.92"(w) X 4.09"(h) (175.8mm X 103.8mm)
Size: 7.00"(w) X 4.13"(h) (177.8mm X 105.0mm)
Size: 7.12"(w) X 4.20"(h) (180.8mm X 106.8mm)
Size: 7.28"(w) X 4.30"(h) (184.8mm X 109.2mm)
Size: 7.35"(w) X 4.35"(h) (186.8mm X 110.4mm)
Size: 7.39"(w) X 4.37"(h) (187.8mm X 111.0mm)
Size: 7.43"(w) X 4.39"(h) (188.8mm X 111.6mm)
Size: 7.67"(w) X 4.54"(h) (194.8mm X 115.2mm)
Size: 7.83"(w) X 4.62"(h) (198.8mm X 117.4mm)
Size: 8.06"(w) X 4.76"(h) (204.8mm X 121.0mm)
Size: 8.22"(w) X 4.86"(h) (208.8mm X 123.4mm)
Size: 8.30"(w) X 4.91"(h) (210.8mm X 124.6mm)
Size: 8.38"(w) X 4.95"(h) (212.8mm X 125.8mm)
Size: 8.50"(w) X 5.02"(h) (215.8mm X 127.6mm)
Size: 8.85"(w) X 5.23"(h) (224.8mm X 132.8mm)
Size: 8.89"(w) X 5.25"(h) (225.8mm X 133.4mm)
Size: 9.05"(w) X 5.35"(h) (229.8mm X 135.8mm)
Size: 9.13"(w) X 5.39"(h) (231.8mm X 137.0mm)
Size: 9.20"(w) X 5.44"(h) (233.8mm X 138.2mm)
Size: 9.56"(w) X 5.65"(h) (242.8mm X 143.4mm)
Size: 9.76"(w) X 5.76"(h) (247.8mm X 146.4mm)
Size: 9.83"(w) X 5.81"(h) (249.8mm X 147.6mm)
Size: 9.95"(w) X 5.88"(h) (252.8mm X 149.4mm)
Size: 10.15"(w) X 6.00"(h) (257.8mm X 152.4mm)
Size: 10.35"(w) X 6.12"(h) (262.8mm X 155.4mm)
Size: 10.50"(w) X 6.20"(h) (266.8mm X 157.6mm)
Size: 10.62"(w) X 6.28"(h) (269.8mm X 159.4mm)
Size: 10.74"(w) X 6.35"(h) (272.8mm X 161.2mm)
Size: 10.82"(w) X 6.39"(h) (274.8mm X 162.4mm)
Size: 11.02"(w) X 6.51"(h) (279.8mm X 165.4mm)
Size: 11.17"(w) X 6.61"(h) (283.8mm X 167.8mm)
Size: 11.80"(w) X 6.98"(h) (299.8mm X 177.2mm)
Size: 14.87"(w) X 8.80"(h) (377.8mm X 223.4mm)

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