Therizinosaur Claw: Large cast.Therizinosaurus
This is a model of the record large and rare dinosaur claw of Therizinosaurus.
Cretaceous Khazakistan and Inner Mongolia.
Measures 14 inches along the curve.
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Therizinosaurus (/ˌθɛrəˌzɪnoʊˈsɔːrəs/; meaning 'scythe lizard') is a genus of very large therizinosaurid that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous period in what is now the Nemegt Formation. It contains the single type species Therizinosaurus cheloniformis. The first remains of Therizinosaurus were found in 1948 by a Mongolian field expedition at the Gobi Desert and later described by Evgeny Maleev in 1954. The genus is known only from a few bones, including gigantic manual unguals (claw bones), from which it gets its name, and additional findings comprising fore and hindlimb elements that have been discovered during the 1960s–1980s.