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Compsognathus longipes

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Compsognathus longipes
Compsognathus longipes, a small theropod dinosaur from the Late Jurassic, emerges as a slender, agile figure in the prehistoric landscape. With a length of around 1.2 meters, this bipedal predator captivates with its agility and graceful appearance.

Its body, covered in tiny scales, is suited for speed and agility. The muscular hind legs allow it to move quickly, while the sharp claws on the front limbs suggest its ability to capture prey. Its long, thin tail provides balance during its rapid forays.

The skull of Compsognathus exhibits jaws full of sharp, curved teeth, indicating a carnivorous diet. Its keen eyes scan the environment for potential prey, and its keen senses make it an efficient predator in its ecological niche.

Compsognathus thrives in island and coastal environments of the Upper Jurassic, taking advantage of its ability to hunt small vertebrates and insects. The sight of this small theropod, with its agile movements and predatory nature, illustrates the diversity and complexity of ancient ecosystems.

Incredible museum-quality replicas with a high degree of scientific rigor, in which Computed Tomography of real fossils has been used in addition to an exhaustive paleontological study to create these magnificent models.

Approximate measurements of Compsognathus:

  • 1:1 scale Three-part assembly kit
    • Length 900mm
    • Height 290mm
    • Snout-tail length 1000 mm
    • Base not included