7817, TRICERATOPS (BROWN) 50" L are anatomically scaled to create the best reproduction of the life size stuffed animal and the most realistic stuffed animal in the industry.
Triceratops Facts for Kids
The Triceratops was discovered in 1887 near Denver, Colorado, USA.
The name Triceratops means: “Three-horned Face”.
The name Triceratops is pronounced: “try-SAIR-uh-tops”.
The Triceratops was part of a group of dinosaurs known as ceratopsids (herbivorous beaked dinosaurs).
The Triceratops lived in North America during the Late Cretaceous period about 68 million years ago.
Estimates put the weight of a Triceratops between 6.5 and 13 tons, and the length of a Triceratops between 25 and 30 feet with a top running speed of a Triceratops up to 20 mph.
The Triceratops was a herbivore who ate foliage near the ground.
The Triceratops had a bird-like beak on its mouth.
The Triceratops was able to fight off predators with its three horns and the bony frill on its head.
The Triceratops is the state dinosaur of Wyoming.
The Triceratops is the state fossil of South Dakota.
Product Dimension: 50.00(L) X 11.02(W) X 18.11(H)
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