Utahraptor (5 m) – Museum Quality (Real size fossil replica)

The Utahraptor is also famous for being represented in the Jurassic Park universe but wih the name “Velociraptor” (wich in in-correct).

Utahraptor (meaning “Utah’s predator”) is a genus of large dromaeosaurid (a group of feathered carnivorous theropods) dinosaur that lived during the Early Cretaceous period from around 135 to 130 million years ago in what is now the United States. The genus was described in 1993 by American paleontologist James Kirkland and colleagues with the type species Utahraptor ostrommaysi, based on fossils that had been unearthed earlier from the Cedar Mountain Formation of Utah. Later, many additional specimens were described including those from the skull and postcranium in addition to those of younger individuals.

It was a heavily built, ground-dwelling, bipedal carnivore. It contains a single species, Utahraptor ostrommaysi, which is the largest-known member of the family Dromaeosauridae, measuring 4.9–5.5 m (16–18 ft) long and weighing 280–300 kg (620–660 lb). Its large size and variety of unique features have earned it attention in both pop culture and the scientific community. The jaws of Utahraptor were lined with small, serrated teeth that were used in conjunction with a large “killing claw” on its second toe to dispatch its prey. Its skull was boxy and elongated, akin to other dromaeosaurids like Dromaeosaurus and Velociraptor.

  • Size: About 5 m long, 0,9 m wide, 2,2 m high
  • Scale 1:1
  • Weight: About 190 kg
  • Metal stand for display included

Standard color as on the pictures. Can be painted in ligher or darker colors if needed. Can also be painted in gold, silver or other custom colors. Please contact us if you wish a different color (no extra cost).

Original price was: €5999,00.Current price is: €4599,00.

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