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Lived: 150.8 million years ago - 125.45 million years ago (Tithonian – Barremian)

Family: Dromaeosaurids

Scientific name: Archaeopteryx

Eats: small reptiles, amphibians, mammals, and insects.

sculpture size: L46 W38 H1 (cm)

sculpture scale: 1:1

Production material : glass and epoxy composite

Special notes : 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 is a direct cast of that specimin and the one we based our in-situ sculpture on.

Archaeopteryx fossil


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