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Majungasaurus crenatissimus Skeleton

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Majungasaurus crenatissimus Skeleton

Majungasaurus crenatissimus is a species of theropod dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period, in the time range known as the Maastrichtian, approximately 70 to 66 million years ago. Majungasaurus fossils were found in Madagascar.

Majungasaurus was a medium-sized carnivorous dinosaur. It is estimated that it was around 6 to 7 meters in length and weighed around 1 ton. It had a robust and strong build, with short forelimbs and long, muscular hind legs that allowed it to move quickly.

A distinctive feature of Majungasaurus is its large, powerful head. It had a strong jaw with sharp, backward-curving teeth, adapted to tear the flesh of its prey. Majungasaurus' teeth wore out quickly due to their curved shape, but were continually replaced throughout its life.

Fossils of Majungasaurus have been found showing signs of cannibalism.
The bones of other Majungasaurus have been found with tooth marks, suggesting that these dinosaurs clashed and attacked each other. Cannibalism may have been a survival strategy in an environment where prey was scarce.

Although Majungasaurus was a carnivore, it is possible that it also fed on carrion, taking advantage of the remains of dead animals. In addition to other dinosaurs, Majungasaurus shared its environment with a variety of dinosaur species and other animals, including sauropods, hadrosaurs, and turtles.

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 the Majungasaurus:

  • 1:10 scale Three-part assembly kit
    • Length 600 mm
    • Height 150 mm
    • Snout-tail length 620 mm
  • 1:6 scale Assembly kit
    • Length 1100 mm
    • Height 275 mm
    • Snout-tail length 1137 mm