Plynosaur Dromeosaurus Skull Model

This is actually probably a model of D. albertensis since we have more fossils of it, but humor us for a second and imagine this is D. explanatus. It works marvelously because the Latin explanō, explanārē means two things: to flatten and to explain. Which is exactly what this little guy does. He's a flattened version of a dromaeosaurus you get to put together, plus you're going to have to explain why you have a wooden dinosaur skull when you display him. (The correct answer to the question is "Because I can.")


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