CollectA Bajadasaurus Pronuspinax 1:40 Scale
Age: 3 years and up
CollectA Prehistoric 88883
Product Dimensions: 35 x 10 cm
Released Early 2020
Bajadasaurus pronuspinax Announced only in 2019, its name means 'Bajada reptile bent over forwards'. A spectacular herbivorous sauropod dinosaur related to Amargasaurus, from 140–134 Million years ago living in the Early Cretaceous forward river valleys in Northern Patagonian.
It grew possibly 9 to 10 meters in length and was about the height of the present day Indian elephant . The relatively short neck was ornamented with a pointing set of spines on its neck that may have been a defence against predators. The model has been given lips and it is issued in 1:40 scale.
Hand painted and highly detailed.
Made of durable vinyl.
Manufactured from a high quality, non-toxic PVC that passes the quality standards for the Australian/NZ toy industry as well as that of USA and Europe.
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