Play at being a top palaeontologist by excavating the bones of a dinosaur that roamed the Earth millions of years ago. Then put the pieces together to make the stunning skeleton of a mind-boggling Brachiosaurus, one of the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived. The Brachiosaurus was a herbivore, feeding only on plant material. Its large size made it ideally placed to feed on coniferous trees, and it would have also browsed on large shrubs. The Brachiosaurus existed during the mid to late Jurassic period, around 155.5 to 150.8 million years ago
It could weigh as much as 60 metric tons (66 short tons).
Includes specially designed digging tool and display platform with fun facts printed. Model 28cm (11 inches) long when built.