Get 10% off! arrow_drop_up
Skip to content

Follow us!

Check your cart for FREE SHIPPING!

Let's talk


Unit price  per 

Guaranteed safe & secure checkout

    Payment methods
  • American Express
  • Apple Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Maestro
  • Mastercard
  • PayPal
  • Shop Pay
  • Union Pay
  • Visa

Olorotitan (O. arharensis, `Perfect Giant´) is an extinct genus of hadrosaurid dinosaur that lived during the Maastrichtian of the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 70-65 million years ago. It was first discovered in the year 2000 in the Amur region of Russia and has been the subject of study ever since.

The Olorotitan was a browsing herbivorous dinosaur that was characterized by its large size, measuring up to 8 meters long and weighing around 4 tons. It was a hadrosaurid, meaning it had a large, flat head with specialized teeth for crushing plants and vegetation. Its hind legs were long and powerful, allowing it to move at a relatively fast speed, while its front legs were shorter and were used to grab vegetation and bring it to its mouth.

One of the Olorotitan's most distinctive features is its cranial crest, which is a fan-shaped bony structure found on top of its skull. This crest was hollow and is believed to have been used to produce sounds and visual displays to attract mates or to communicate with other members of its species.

The Olorotitan is known to have inhabited the Amur region of Russia and fossils have been found in the sediments of rivers and streams in the region. Although not much is known about its behavior, it is believed to have been a solitary animal that spent most of its time searching for and consuming vegetation. It is also known that it shared its habitat with other dinosaurs such as Tarbosaurus and Saurolophus.

The Model Pose represents a specimen of Olorotitan in alertness to potential predators.

Approximate measurements of the Olorotitan:

Scale 1:60 - 100 x 65 x 90 mm H
Scale 1:35 - 157 x 103 x 141 mm H