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Allosaurus : Pattern Canon Inc. Y.

Watanabe

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Total length : approx. 9 - 12 m ; weight : approx. 3 t;


taxonomy : Order Saurischia, Suborder Theropoda, Family Allosauridae
View of completed model Period : late Jurassic period (150 million years ago) ; habitat : the Americas

Allosaurus Editor :

A carnivorous dinosaur typical of the Jurassic period, Allosaurus inhabited a broad geographical range, including North
America and Europe. Ranging up to roughly 9 - 12 meters in length, Allosaurus is believed to have used its large, powerful
upper jaws and three sharp claws on each of its front feet as weapons to bring down prey. In motion, the Allosaurus used its
long, hard tail as a precise counterbalance for its large, ungainly head. The lumps projecting from its head are yet another
of Allosaurus traits.

* This model was designed for Papercraft and may differ from the original in some respects.

Parts list (pattern) : Four A4 sheets (No. 1 to No. 4)


No. of Parts : 35
* Build the model by carefully reading the Assembly Instructions, in the parts sheet page order.

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CAUTION
Do not hit other people with the pointed edges. Doing so could result in injury.
Adults should make sure that children observe this caution.
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