Dimetrodon

(1 customer review)

$45.11

Number of pieces: 150
Dimensions (cm): 40x24x16 cm – Scale 1:8
Difficulty level: Advanced
Angle adjustable parts: 3

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Description

This unique and iconic creature lived during the Early Permian, around 299 to 270 million years ago. In its time it occupied the territories that today make up Europe and North America.

Dimetrodon is often mistaken for a dinosaur, but actually a synapsid (a type of quadrupedal vertebrate). Although it is hard to believe, this peculiar animal is more closely related to humans than to dinos.

The WONDER version of the Dimetrodon has a great level of detail and especially highlights its characteristic sail, similar to a fin that occupies its entire dorsal area. You can also detail the variety of teeth it had and that you can see in the fossils.

The model has a pronounced curve in its spine, which gives it a more organic appearance, and also includes a base that gives it greater stability and solidity.

His tail is sectioned into 2 parts, so you can curve it and continue the sinuous posture of his spine, maintaining total harmony in relation to the model’s pose.

Number of pieces: 150
Dimensions (cm): 40x24x16 cm – Scale 1:8
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 information on the species in Spanish and English.
– Piece of sandpaper.
Adjustable angle parts: jaw and tail in 2 sections (left, right).

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 20 × 16 × 2 cm

1 review for Dimetrodon

  1. Sebastian

    Our favorite non-dinosaur “dinosaur”! 🙂
    The Dimetrodon is (was) a unique animal and so is the model of it. Quite a lot of ribs on this one and sweet little reptilian feet.
    Show this beloved animal some love and adopt one in your collection, it is well worth it. Perhaps it will be joined by some more pre-dinosaur creatures?!

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