Lived: 120 million years ago
Scientific name: Wulong bohaiensis
Eats: vertebrates and insects
sculpture size: L(inc tail)40 (body)20 W32 H(inc tail)26 body (15)(CM)
sculpture scale: 1:1
Production material : High fired ceramic and epoxy composite
Special notes : full sculpture of animal
arger than a common crow and smaller than a raven, but with a long, bony tail which would have doubled its length, Wulong bohaiensis had a narrow face filled with sharp teeth. ... Wulong's closest well-known relative would have been Microraptor, a genus of small, four-winged paravian dinosaurs.
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