Giant Hand Claw With Removable Sheath
Allosaurus (al-oh-sore-us) meaning "Different Lizard," lived during the Late Jurassic period, approximately 156-144 MYA years ago. It was named because of its unusual vertebrae, which are much lighter than those of other dinosaurs. Walking on two legs, Allosaurus was 30 to 40 feet in length, up to 16 ½ feet tall, and weighed as much as 4 tons. Although its head and body wasn’t as large as the Trex, this earlier ancestor was a top predator of its time. With its sharp serrated teeth, up to 6 inches long, Allosaurus fed on Stegosaurus and other large plant-eating dinosaurs. It has been found mostly in North America, as well as in Europe, Tanzania, Africa, and Australia.
Claw is 12 inches around the curve and 16.5 inches with the sheath.
16.5 inches around the curve
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