Parasaurolophus was one of the largest known "duck-billed dinosaurs" from North America. The tube-like, bony crest on its head may have produced loud trumpeting sounds. This peaceful plant-eater walked on four legs most of the time but could rear up and run on two legs when it was in a hurry. It had long, strong hind legs that ended in hoof-like claws. It reached massive sizes of up to 33 ft long. It occupied Canada during the Cretaceous period about 75 million years ago.
Measures 2.25" high x 7.75" long. Ages 3+. Nontoxic, BPA free.
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