Guanlong Wucaii Dinosaur Statue (140071)
Net Wt. (kg) : 52.80
Gross Wt. (kg) : 81.00
Figure (LxWxH, in) : 124.5 x 26.75 x 49.25
Packed dimensions (LxWxH, in) : 78.5 x 19.5 x 53.5
May require additional crating (not included).
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Tail can be made removable or permanently fixed to statue.
May take up to 90 days production
Guanlong (冠龍) is a genus of extinct proceratosaurid tyrannosauroid from the Late Jurassic of China. The taxon was first described in 2006 by Xu Xing et al., who found it to represent a new taxon related to Tyrannosaurus. The name is derived from Chinese, translating as "crown dragon". Two individuals are currently known, a partially complete adult and a nearly complete juvenile. These specimens come from the Oxfordian stage of the Chinese Shishugou Formation.
Xu et al., 2006