Although slightly smaller than gigantic relatives like Giganotosaurus, Acrocanthosaurus was still among the largest theropods ever to exist.
Size: 5 inch x 2 inch (13cm x 5cm)
$29.95Megaraptor namunhuaiquii., (meg-a-RAP-tor) a large bipedal late Cretaceous dinosaur with two large, sickle-like toe claws. Until Megaraptor was discovered in South America during 1966, dromaeosaurids were thought to be restricted to North America and Asia. When the dinosaur was alive, the claws would have been sheathed in a horny, keratinous material, making this dinosaur claw replica well over 14 inches long.
NANOTYRANNUS FOOT CLAW.
From the 16-ft smaller Carnosaur Tyrannosauridae of late cretaceous Montana.
NANOTYRANNUS HAND CLAW. 47mm/1.9in.
*from the 16-ft smaller Carnosaur Tyrannosauridae of late cretaceous Montana.