DinoWorks' Heterodontosaurus Skeleton

The Heterodontosaurus, which means "mixed-toothed reptile," was a dinosaur the length of a medium-sized dog, living between 200 and 210 million years ago. In spite of its four fearsome canine-like tusks, it ate only vegetation. It was probably a fast moving creature, but defended itself with its tusks if caught in a tight spot.

DinoWorks has created a life-sized Heterodontosaurus (HET-er-o-don-toe-SAWR-us) skeleton model which stands 20 inches high, 52 inches long, and weighs three lbs. It can be assembled on a desk or kitchen table, and comes with 31 hand-crafted pieces, a stand, and full instructions and a teacher's activity guide.

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DinoWorks: life-sized, hand-crafted dinosaur skeleton models
DinoWorks, debandben@rcn.com
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101 Maple Street, Lexington, MA 02173
Last updated November 10, 2000.
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