- Stegosaurus is known as a herbivorous dinosaur with a number of screens lined up on her back.
- A dinosaur inhabited from the late Jurassic to early Cretaceous, the body length was about 9 m, the weight was about 2.5 to 3.5 tons.
- It is said that bone plates lining up on the back were playing the role of temperature regulation and it is said that they also played the role of a display to attract opposite sex.
- In addition, there are four corners at the end of the tail, and it is said that they were fighting as weapons, but research is still proceeding in various forms now.
- Tyrannosaurus, along with Triceratops, is also known as a representative dinosaur.
[About the model]
- The model is a plastic model assembly kit that reproduces the skeleton of the popular dinosaur, Stegosaurus on 1/24 scale.
- This kit re-releases the classic kit sold by American manufacturer ITC who was active in the 1950's and 60's.
- Model skeletal specimens seen in museums and others. As well as the back plate of the features, from the backbone to the legs, head and of course to the four corners of the tail, each skeleton is reproduced tightly.
- Display Base also expresses the atmosphere of the ground. The nameplate is also modeled, and the finish is the image of the exhibit of the museum.
- Although it is English, detailed explanation of Stegosaurus is included in the assembly manual. It would be fun to wear arm in paint and raise the reality.
- Dinosaur fans, as well as vintage kit fans, you'd definitely want it.
- The skeleton of the dinosaur, Stegosaurus inhabited from the Jurassic to the Cretaceous on a 1/24 scale
- Model skeletal specimens seen at museums and others
- Reproduce each skeleton tightly to the four corners of the back, feet, head and tail of the feature as well as the back plate of features
- Display Base also expresses the atmosphere of the ground
- Model labels also
- Finished images of exhibits at museums
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )