Juvenile Triceratops 3D Wooden Puzzle

(1 customer review)

USD 15.99

Number of pieces: 37
Dimensions (cm): 19x9x5 – Scale 1:20
Difficulty level: Intermediate

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Lo Deseo


The Triceratops is among the best known and studied dinosaurs. Thanks to the large number of fossils and various investigations over the years, it is one of the few genera for which records of early specimens are known.

The juvenile Triceratops model together with the humanoid, both in 1:20 scale, are an excellent point of reference to learn about this species, its anatomy and the changes it undergoes during its growth.

If you look at this model together with the baby stage figurine that is included with the baby Triceratops skull and with the Triceratops DELUXE that represents the adult, it is fascinating how the changes in physiognomy and dimensions between the 3 life stages are obvious. that we represent at WONDER with our models.

The juvenile Triceratops model is a must-have in the paleofauna collection and in that home museum that delights and educates anyone who observes it.

Includes spare parts, in case you lose any.

Number of pieces: 37
Dimensions (cm): 19x9x5 – Scale 1:20
Difficulty level: Intermediate
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.
– Base to pose it.
– 1:20 scale Humanoid.
– Additional spare parts.
– Piece of sandpaper.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 20 × 19 × 1 cm

1 review for Juvenile Triceratops 3D Wooden Puzzle

  1. Wensley Jolly (verified owner)

    I bought this model alongside some others. I absolutely loved it’s simplicity and the building process. I would say this is the best starter but I would beware of how small the parts are because of how easy it is to loose.

    My only complaint would be the construction of the frill. If you don’t set them together right they will fall off easily. Although that is a nitpick than anything.

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