Triceratops and therizinosaurus, small

Triceratops and therizinosaurus, small

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19 x 16,5 x 17 cm (W x D x H)
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4-12 years
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Warning! Swallowable small parts. Choking hazard.

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Triceratops and Therezinosaurus were two impressive dinosaurs. Despite their dangerous looks, both were only herbivores. However, both were quite defensive.
The very apt name Triceratops means three-horn skull; the head of this mighty dinosaur had three horns and a huge neck shield. All this probably served to defend against attacks. The Therizinosaurus impressed with his enormous, sickle-like claws, which he probably used to defend himself, not to hunt, for he was an herbivore.
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Fun Fact

Therizinosaurus never had to use its gigantic claws against Triceratops: neither of them was carnivorous and they lived in different periods.


1 x small therizinosaurus, 1 x small triceratops

Scientific facts

  • Conservation Status : Extinct
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