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    Dinosaur Regalceratops

    # 1004080
    $12.49

    Regaliceratops means “Royal Horned Face”, referring to its head frill that features plates around the edge resembling a crown. It lived in the late Cretaceous Period, 68 million years ago, in what is now Alberta, Canada. The skull of Regaliceratops was found by Peter Hews, a geologist, in an Alberta river in 2005. It is nearly complete, though slightly deformed, and it shows off the animal’s namesake frill very well. Based on this skull compared with other similar ceratopsian animals, it’s believed Regaliceratops could reach lengths of up to 16 feet long. Like all Safari Ltd products, this figurine has been individually hand painted, features quality construction from phthalate and lead–free materials, and includes an educational hangtag in 5 languages. Realistic, educational, and fun, this figurine is suitable for a range of interests, including collectors, enthusiasts, teachers, and kids. Admire it on a shelf, use it in the classroom, or simply enjoy playing with it. This Regaliceratops figure is 6 ¾ inches long and 2 ¾ inches tall to the top of its frill. It’s a little bit longer than a soda can on its side. The figure is a light grayish brown above with an orange underside. Its horns and beak are cream-colored and its mouth is pink inside.

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    • Brand: Safari Limited.
    • Item Number: 1004080.
    • Manufacturer Number: 100085.
    • Recommended for ages : 3 to 13+.
    • Gender: Both.
    Product Features
    • CROWN WEARING DINO: Regaliceratops means “Royal Horned Face”, referring to its head frill that features plates around the edge resembling a crown. It lived in the late Cretaceous Period, 68 million years ago, in what is now Alberta, Canada.
    • FAIRLY RECENT DINO: The skull of Regaliceratops was found by Peter Hews, a geologist, in an Alberta river in 2005. It is nearly complete, though slightly deformed, and it shows off the animal’s namesake frill very well. Based on this skull compared with other similar ceratopsian animals, it’s believed Regaliceratops could reach lengths of up to 16 feet long.
    • MADE WITH INDUSTRY–LEADING STANDARDS: Like all Safari Ltd products, this figurine has been individually hand painted, features quality construction from phthalate and lead–free materials, and includes an educational hangtag in 5 languages.
    • REALISTIC APPEARANCE FOR MULTIPLE USES: Realistic, educational, and fun, this figurine is suitable for a range of interests, including collectors, enthusiasts, teachers, and kids. Admire it on a shelf, use it in the classroom, or simply enjoy playing with it.
    • PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: This Regaliceratops figure is 6 ¾ inches long and 2 ¾ inches tall to the top of its frill. It’s a little bit longer than a soda can on its side. The figure is a light grayish brown above with an orange underside. Its horns and beak are cream-colored and its mouth is pink inside.
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