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Our small plastic micropachycephalosaurus bones toy is just the right size replica for a shoebox diorama. This micropachycephalosaurus skeleton model will fit in a shoe box along with examples of skeletons of prehistoric animals you might find in a museum. Create a landscape with rocks, plants, grass, make a river or stream from anything that strikes your imagination. Have them lie in the mud and there you go - a scene of life on our planet. Our plastic toy micropachycephalosaurus skeleton is made of solid plastic and is quite durable. Be sure to take a look at our other dinosaur skeletons.
Dinosaurs represent the dominant terrestrial lifeforms on planet Earth for 135 million years, from the beginning of the Jurassic period through the end of the Cretaceous period approximately 65 million years ago. While no human ever lived during the age of dinosaurs, modern palentologists have learned much studying the fossilized remains of these magnificent creatures.
Pachycephalosaurus is best known for a characteristic dome of bone crowning its skull. This dome can be as much as 10 inches thick. The purpose of such a formidable helmet of bone is still being debated by paleontologists. It's been suggested that pachycephalosaurus competed with each other by cracking their heads together in much the same way modern mountain goats do, in which case the thick dome of bone would be necessary to protect pachycephalosaurus's brain. Pachycephalosaurus was believed to be up to 15 feet long and weighed almost 1,000 pounds.
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