Shandong Province, China
Tsintosaurus (sin-tau-SAWR-us) was a late Cretaceous dinosaur. It is one of the first dinosaurs ever to be displayed in China and is the only giant Hadrosaur with a vertical bony projection or spike on the top of its head. This spike is particularly odd because, unlike other crested Hadrosaurs, the spike projects forward and up, just like the legendary unicorn. The diet of Tsintosaurus was probably grass, fruit, twigs, pine needles and seeds. This replica was made from the one and only original specimen on display at the Beijing Natural History Museum).
This specimen is approximately 33 feet long, from head to tail and stands just over 10 feet high at the hips. It is complete with custom made iron supports and base and is easy to assemble. The base of the mount measures 114"x69". Cost $27,500 plus crating, shipping and insurance.
resin, fiberglas, steel
33 feet long 12 feet high
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