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Realistic detailing and incredible paintwork are what set PAPO's Dinosaurs ahead of the rest.
Each figurine is hand painted and manufactured according to strict EN-71 specifications; with meticulous attention paid to details like scale, posture, weight, and even texturing for optimal realism.
Crouched in a combat pose, this Baryonyx is one of PAPO's largest dinos to date, and is unsurprisingly a striking piece in all aspects.
Its head is sculpted with spectacular ferocity; with a row of spikes running down the back of its neck to the tip of its tail.
Further detailing includes its rosette-like teeth, retracted nostrils and even a notch in the upper jaw, all recreated with the level of excellence that is in keeping with even the most discerning dino collectors.
Replica measures approx 35cm nose to tail x 13cm H.
BRILLIANT BARYONYX FACTS!
Considering how well-known it is, it's remarkable that Baryonyx was excavated only a few decades ago, well after the 'golden age' of dinosaur discovery.
This theropod was discovered in England by the amateur fossil hunter William Walker; the first thing he noticed was a single claw, which pointed the way to a near-complete skeleton buried nearby.
The Baryonyx had a total of 92 whopping teeth, 32 more than that of the T-Rex.
Among other things, the Baryonyx is probably best known for its 'hook' - an average forelimb claw measures in at a whopping 30cm long!
Measures approx 34cm x 15cm.