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The Arctic Troodon (T. formosus "wounding tooth") was the largest of the species of its genus, belonging to the group of the smallest therapods (troodontids) from the Late Campanian Cretaceous period about 70 MA.
Troodons were small, intelligent, feathered animals; fast and ferocious predators that had a relatively large brain compared to other dinosaurs and are thought to have hunted in packs.
Troodon had very large eyes and binocular vision, this may have provided a competitive advantage for hunting in the low light conditions of Arctic twilight during the winter months.
The Troodon could measure around 2 meters long and weigh about 50 kilos.
The Arctic Troodon habitat was a cold, wooded environment.
During the late Cretaceous, the Arctic region was much warmer than today, with a climate similar to that of the west coast of North America. The forests in which the Troodon lived consisted of conifers and tree ferns, and there were also nearby rivers and lakes.
The Model Pose represents an Arctic Troodon sniffing the environment for a sign of possible prey.

Approximate measurements of the replica:

  • Scale 1:35 - 75 mm 
  • Scale 1:20 - 120 mm