Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Plastic Cryolophosaurus Dinosaur

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Our Plastic Cryolophosaurus

Our plastic cryolophosaurus white dinosaur is also known as the "white" dinosaur because it roamed the Antarctic. Look at the beautiful, realistic detail! Of course, this extinct Jurassic predator was never seen by humans, so it is painted the way paleontologists think its coloring might have looked. Our plastic toy cryolophosaurus is made of solid plastic and is quite durable. Be sure to take a look at our other dinosaurs as well as prehistoric animals and humans from many ages of Earth's history.

About Cryolophosaurus

Best known for its distinctive head crest, the cryolophosaurus was a carnivorous theropod dinosaur of the early Jurassic period. Fossils of this dinosaur were first discovered by paleonotologist Dr. William Hammer in 1991 in the Hanson Formation of Antarctica. Cryolophosaurus was informally known as “Elvisaurus”, due to its head crest’s resemblance to the famous singer’s pompadour hair style. Cryolophosaurus was believed to be about 21 feet long and weighed over 1,000 pounds.

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