Catalog Number 15003
Dimensions 7.68 x 5.31 x 7.68 inch (W x D x H)
Age Recommendation 4-12 years
Of all animals that ever lived on earth, the Therizinosaurus probably had the longest claws. It used them to dig, grasp, pierce, and peel off bark. It lived towards the end of the dinosaur age, together with other herbivores such as the Kentrosaurus and Pentaceratops.
The claws of the Therizinosaurus were thought to be those of a giant tortoise when it was discovered.
- Scientific name : Therizinosaurus
- Global Home : Asia
- Conservation Status : Extinct