Utahraptor - Life sized 10 foot Complete Skeleton
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Life sized Complete skeleton supplied ready to assemble
Now available in vertical jumping pose
Utahraptor - Meaning Utah's predator or Utah's thief - is a genus of Therapod dinosaur. Utahraptor ostrommaysorum is the largest known member of the family dromaeosauridae, fossil specimens date to the Barremian stage of the cretaceous - around 126 million years ago in an area which is the present day state of Utah. The largest specimens were thought to have reached up to 19 feet in length. Our skeleton is 10 feet in length and from a sub-adult.
Precision casts from our reconstruction based on the latest evidence of Utahraptor. Supplied in easy to assemble sections, professionally cast in lightweight polyurethane resin, with internal steel reinforcements.
The robust anatomy of this amazing predator means that this is a lot of skeleton for your money! Finished as standard in a light sand colour but also available fully hand painted in a variety of colours at our studios in the United Kingdom.
Includes easy to assemble strong metal 25mm square section display stand system. (Locates just in front of pelvis and also near shoulder), no specialist skills needed.
Shown here in standard 'walking' position - however this skeleton can be mounted in any pose as long as it is anatomically viable. Please contact us with your display requirements.