Iguanodon Sculpture (Cold-Cast Bronze)
Thumbs up for this Dino from the Ornithopod group!
The plant-eating Iguanodon was one of the first dinosaurs to be given a scientific name way back in 1825. (That means it’s special.)
It is speculated that the pointed thumb on its hands may have been used as a weapon when fighting. We’re pretty sure the Iguanadon held the world record for thumb wrestling.
That’s right, this dino could literally shank his enemies, and we think that’s pretty neat. (Might sound weird, but we are, so…)
Measuring roughly 10–11 meters from head to tail, this wasn’t some small dinosaur, either. Luckily this figure only spans about 6 inches front to back, and may not knock over anything on the shelf when it turns around. (No guarantees!)
Using realistic details in the sculpturing, this figure brings the Cretaceous period back to life no matter where you place it!
- Cold-cast Bronze material
- Very durable
- Realistic details, and paint
- Approximate scale to thumb wrestle a Barbie.