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  • Giganotosaurus Papo Figure
  • Giganotosaurus Papo Figure
  • Giganotosaurus Papo Figure

Giganotosaurus Papo Figure

Article number: 28-12-712-C
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Giganotosaurus Papo Figure Dinosaur

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Papo Giganotosaurus is very unique in that the figure stands very upright in a fighting stance. The Papo Giganotosaurus has a movable jaw with a good range of motion.

Papo Giganotosaurus measures: 7" H x 5" L x 6" W.

Papo Giganotosaurus Review:

The Papo Giganotosaurus is one of the most interesting Giganotosaurus toy figures available. First, it stands very upright - it's overall shape is very different from the others. Second, the head shape / form is also very different from the other models. We would call the other Giganotosaurus heads more "traditional" - the Papo Giganotosaurus head stands out with its unique shape. Overall, this is a nice figure. The movable jaw opens wide and has good details inside. The formed muscles are well defined and well painted. Selecting this Giganotosaurus figure is totally dependent on if you personally like this shape / form.

Giganotosaurus Dinosaur Information:

Giganotosaurus is a genus of theropod dinosaur (hollow bones and 3 toed limbs) that lived in what is now Argentina, during the early Cenomanian age of the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 99.6 to 97 million years ago. One Giganotosaurus fossil was in 1993 and was almost 70% complete. Giganotosaurus translates as "giant southern lizard". The genus attracted much interest and became part of a heated scientific debate about the maximum sizes of theropod dinosaurs. Giganotosaurus is thought to have been one of the largest theropod dinosaurs but it is difficult to estimate its size reliably. It is therefore impossible to determine with certainty whether it was larger than Tyrannosaurus, for example, which has been considered the largest theropod historically. Giganotosaurus has been compared to an oversized version of the well-known genus Allosaurus.

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