Stomping Sauropods! - Set of 5 Toys

No. 100488

by Safari Ltd
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$95.95USD
$89.99USD

STOMP! STOMP! STOMP! That’s the sound of the sauropods coming your way! Sauropods were the largest of the dinosaurs, giants among giants that shook the Earth when they walked. This toy set of 5 long-necked dinos brings massive amounts of fun to playtime all in one convenient package.

  • Characteristics: While Sauropods all had long necks, small heads and long tails, there’s plenty to make each figure in this set uniquely awesome, from the spines on Amargasaurus to the bony scales on Malawisaurus. If you love realistic, scientifically accurate figures of big dinosaurs, this is the set for you!

  • Size and Color: This set includes 5 hand-painted sauropod dinosaur figures:

    The Apatosaurus is 13 inches long and 5 inches tall. Its coloration is gray above and cream below.

    The Diplodocus is 18 ½ inches long and 4 ½ inches tall. It is painted a light turquoise above and cream below.

    The Amargasaurus is 16 inches long and 4 ½ inches tall, with red spine tips, reddish brown markings on its back and a dark green coloration above fading to lighter green below.

    The Brachiosaurus is 9 inches long and 8 inches tall, with dark green coloration above fading to lighter green on the sides and a cream color on its underside and legs.

    The Malawisaurus is 14 inches long and 4 inches tall, with striking brown stripes over an orange base color, with white on its underside and white striping on its neck and face.

  • The Stomping Sauropods 5 Figure Set is part of the Prehistoric World collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free

History

Sauropods first developed in the late Triassic Period and lived until the end of the Cretaceous, existing from 210 million years ago until 66 million years ago. As they evolved, sauropods eventually grew to immense sizes, with some species being among the largest animals to ever live on Earth. 

Sauropods were plant eaters, with specialized teeth that fit their particular diet. Some sauropods ate plants lower to the ground, whereas others fed on the leaves on the tops of trees. 

Many sauropods also evolved unique defensive features that helped protected them from predators. This included the tall sharp spines found on the neck of Amargasaurus, and the bony scales (called "osteoderms") that are known from sauropod species including Malawisaurus. Other species even had tail clubs!

  • Recommended Age: 3+
  • UPC: 095866004972