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Zalmoxes robustus

Zalmoxes robustus was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period in the Maastrichtian, approximately 70 million years ago. It was discovered in what is now the Transylvania region of Romania.

Zalmoxes robustus was a medium-sized dinosaur, reaching a length of around 3 meters and an estimated weight of around 400 kilograms. It had a relatively compact body with long, strong hind legs, indicating that it was a fast runner. Its front limbs were shorter and were probably used to grasp and manipulate vegetation.

A distinctive feature of Zalmoxes robustus was its skull, which had an elongated, narrow snout with teeth adapted for uprooting and shredding vegetation. Evidence has also been found that this dinosaur had a specialized dental structure called a tooth battery, which consisted of multiple teeth aligned in the shape of a leaf, allowing it to efficiently process its food.

Zalmoxes robustus is believed to have lived in forest and grassland habitats, where it fed primarily on low plants, ferns and cycads. It probably moved in packs, which would have provided protection from larger predators.

Like most dinosaurs, information about the behavior and reproduction of Zalmoxes robustus is limited. However, its skeletal structure suggests that it was agile and may have had the ability to make rapid movements.

Approximate measurements of the Zalmoxes:

  • Complete 1:35 Scale
    • Length 83 mm
    • Height 30mm
    • Snout-tail length 86 mm
  • Complete 1:20 Scale
    • Length 144mm
    • Height 52mm
    • Snout-tail length 150 mm

  • 1:10 scale 2-piece assembly kit
    • Length 288mm
    • Height 104mm
    • Snout-tail length 300 mm