The Pachycephalosaurus from Schleich DINOSAURS may be the largest beaked, herbivorous dinosaur ever before discovered. It grew to around 4-5 m in length, 450 kg, shifted two legs and lived in the Late Cretaceous duration in North America. Its powerful domed skull was 20-25 cm thick. Scientists believe it made use of the skull to ram or impress rivals. Pachycephalosaurus means "thick-headed lizard."
- Contents: A Schleich Pachycephalosaurus
- Dimensions: 21.5 W x 6.5 D x 11 H cm
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