Lived: 150.8 million years ago - 125.45 million years ago (Tithonian – Barremian)
Scientific name: Archaeopteryx
Eats: small reptiles, amphibians, mammals, and insects.
sculpture size: L46 W38 H3.5 (cm)
sculpture scale: 1:1
Production material : glass and epoxy composite
Special notes : utilises glass eyes to hive a highly life like appearance light weight but very strong making it great for use in education.
Archaeopteryx, is a genus of bird-like dinosaurs that is transitional between non-avian feathered dinosaurs and modern birds. Based directly on the seminal discovery made in a German quarry just a couple of years after Darwin published his theory of evolution.
This sculpture was built up from a cast of that very berlin specimen copying every feather placement on the outer wings and tail to achieve the most accurate in situ reconstruction to date we have produced them in a range of colours as can be seen in our gallery however the standard colouring in Black-Grey.
we also stock a copy of the original berlin specimen so you can have a specimen off before and then after a few million years in the ground.
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