Deinonychus was a larger relative of Velociraptor. Like its smaller cousin, it had an extra-large claw on each foot that helped it subdue its prey. It was also very likely covered in feathers since this was a common feature found in other members of its family.
- Scientific Name: Deinonychus (“Terrible Claw”)
- Characteristics: This Deinonychus figure is covered in feathers, as fossil evidence of other Dromaeosaurid dinosaurs shows. This Deinonychus is at rest, having a look around, with its wings folded neatly by its side and the large, sickle-shaped claws on each foot on full display.
- Size and Color: Our Deinonychus figure is 8 ¾ inches long and 3 ½ inches tall from its toes to its nose. It’s about the size of a pair of scissors. This Deinonychus features dark brown, reddish-brown, black and white plumage (feathers), with red eyes, sandy yellow skin on the feet and nose, and black claws.
- The Deinonychus is part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection
- All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
|Dimensions||8 x 1 x 1 in|