Spinosaurus, "Wonder Wild Series" (Star Ace Toys) - Standard Version
PRE-ORDER. RELEASE DATE: January 2023
PRE-ORDER DEADLINE: Wednesday, August 17, 2021
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Star Ace is proud to present a new entry to their Wonders of the Wild line: the Spinosaurus, the largest carnivore of the early Jurassic period! It was similar to the Tyrannosaurus Rex except for a longer snout and large spine protrusions, indicating that it would have had a large sail-like feature on its back. This version is based on recent discoveries that the Spinosaurus had shorter front arms than previously thought. Despite this dinosaur potentially being as long as 15 meters and weigh over 13 tons, there is evidence that it hunted in the water and may have been an accomplished swimmer.
Famed dinosaur sculptor Sean Cooper has re-created this amazing ancient creature based on the fossil evidence. This unique paint job depicts the creature hunting partially submerged in a lake or river. The polyresin base is the lakebed with a saw-nosed fish swimming along the bottom. This polyresin statue has been hand painted by the artisans at Kaibutsuya and is 32 cm long. It is mounted to an environment base with a name plate identifying the scientific name and habitat.
- 12.59 inches (32cm)
- Made of polyresin
- Hand painted
- Sculpt based on the actual fossil found by paleontologists
- Identifying nameplate
- Spinosaurus statue