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Dinosaur Provincial Park Albertosaurus

Dinosaur Provincial Park Albertosaurus


This dino was designed in the Spring of 2024


Stain colours picked at random for each piece. 



"Dinosaur Provincal Park Albertosaurus"


Albertosaurus (meaning "Alberta lizard") is a genus of large tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in northwestern North America during the early to middle Maastrichtian age of the Late Cretaceous period. 71 million years ago. Its size has been growing up to 8–9 metres (26–30 ft) in length and weighing 1.7–2.5 metric tons (1.9–2.8 short tons) As a tyrannosaurid, Albertosaurus was a bipedal predator with short arms, two-fingered hands, and a massive head with dozens of large, sharp teeth, a strong sense of smell, powerful binocular vision, and a bone crushing bite force. It was the apex predator in its local ecosystem. While Albertosaurus was certainly large for a theropod, it was much smaller than its relative Tyrannosaurus rex.


This piece features cut out stars which will show light through if placed in front of a light.


SIZE: 4" X 2.5" X 1/2" thick


**Stain colours will vary. Special requests may be accommodated**

  • Additional Info:

    **Stain colours will vary. Each layer is hand stained by Dani and is put together at random to keep a variety of stain patterns. Special requests may be accommodated with additional time required**

  • Production Time:

    These creations are all hand made and take about a week finish.

    When ordering for a gift please allow 7 days for production incase we don't have any ready made stock available to ship out right away. 

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