(2 customer reviews)


Number of pieces: 109
Dimensions (cm): 50x25x10 – Scale 1:18
Difficulty level: Advanced
Angle adjustable parts: 2

This model has been exhibited at the National Museum of Natural History in Santiago de Chile.

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Lo Deseo
Lo Deseo


This beautiful and dynamic model represents one of the largest Cretaceous predators in South America, the Carnotaurus Sastrei. This theropod has become one of the most popular dinosaurs in recent times.

It is a striking and peculiar creature thanks to its characteristics: its horns, its extremely atrophied forelimbs, its tail with prominent formations in the caudal vertebrae, not to mention the skin impressions on the only fossil found… When of curiosities it comes to, the Carnotaurus Sastrei sets the bar high.

The model’s head can be positioned at any angle from right to left and has a posable jaw. The attack posture with both legs resting on the base make this figure have a threatening and imposing pose that will make it easy to visualize why it is the carnivorous bull of the Cretaceous.

Number of pieces: 109
Dimensions (cm): 50x25x10 – Scale 1:18
Difficulty level: Advanced
Inside the package you will find:
– Welcome to WONDER and recommendations in Spanish and English to enjoy the experience.
– Templates with all the pieces and their respective numbering.
– Complementary instructions in Spanish and English.
– Illustrated brochure with dinosaur information in Spanish and English.
Adjustable angle parts: jaw and neck (left, right).

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 20 × 16 × 1.5 cm

2 reviews for Carnotaurus

  1. Fernando Arriaga

    Una pose realmente llena de energía e ímpetu, sin duda uno de sus puntos más destacables, por no hablar que tiene detalles muy interesantes como la forma de las vértebras de la cola y los brazos diminutos, me encanta!

  2. Kirilee Lester (verified owner)

    What an absolutely gorgeous model. Carnotaurus is such an interesting theropod and this kit really sells it on beign this dynamic, active predator. Parts of the assembly were a little tricky, but referring back to images of the finished model usually sorted out any confusion. When completed, it looks phenominal, just instantly attracting the eye to it on my shelf.

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