Giant Fibreglass Triceratops Dinosaur Statue – 140098
This magnificent prehistoric beast one of the staff favourites and has been displayed in many Westfiled shopping centres during school holidays.
Did you know?
- Triceratops (3 horned face) is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period and distributed over the island continent of Laramidia. It occurred over the same period and range of T-Rex and has been portrayed in battle with T-Rex since time gave rise to our dinosaurian imagination. Its head is one of the largest of any land animal yet discovered.
- They grew to 9 metres in length and weighed about 10 tonnes.
- The head of Triceratops made up almost one-third of the entire length of its entire body and has been recorded up to 2.5 metres in length.
Natureworks is planning to reconstruct a full-size Triceratops skull and rib cage for use as a playground feature element.
Natureworks largest TRICERATOPS is the match for our large Tyrannosaurus Rex. It was originally built in 2015 for a New Zealand client.