Schleich - Mosasaurus 15026
Mosasaurus was a large sea lizard that lived in the early Cretaceous. In the moving jaw many pointed teeth are seen. When it had to devour prey such as fish and turtles, this dinosaur opened its jaw wide and prayed vigorously. Due to the shape of the teeth, it probably could not chew, but had to swallow the prey. Over time, the front and hind legs had been transformed into fins to adapt to the new environment. In addition, it had a large fin at the front of its tail. Dimensions: 32.2 x 11.8 x 6.
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