Lived: 167.7 million years ago - 145 million years ago (Bathonian - Tithonian
Scientific name: Darwinopterus (Darwin's wing)
Eats: hard-shelled beetles.
sculpture size: L13.5 H7 W4.5(cm)
sculpture scale: 1:1
Production material : High fired ceramics
Special notes : Small and highly deatailed great for transport as a set for educational use or display.
Darwinopterus is distinguished from its close relatives by the greater relative length of the back portion of the skull compared to its jaws, thin nasal bone, and elongated hip bone (illium). The teeth in all species were spaced widely with the longest teeth at the jaw tips. The teeth were spike-like in form, and set into tooth sockets with raised margins
This sculpture fits in well with our other Rhamphorhynchidae and makes an exelent wisual set for educational use.
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