Iguanodon was the first plant-eating dinosaur ever discovered, and the second dinosaur to be named. Iguanodon was originally thought to be a lumbering four-legged monster, similar to an iguana, with a horn on its nose. Later discoveries correctly identified not as a horn, but as a thumb spike. An Iguanodon could reach 33 feet long, and its horny beak covered leaf-shaped teeth. It occupied Europe during the Early Cretaceous, 125 million years ago.
Measures 2.75" high x 7.25" long. Ages 3+. Nontoxic, BPA free.