The Apatosaurus, also called the Brontosaurus, was a truly giant dinosaur that lived around 150 million years ago. It was first described by O. C. Marsh, a paleontologist from Yale University, in 1877. Brontosaurus was a large, long-necked quadrupedal animal with a long, whip-like tail, and forelimbs that were slightly shorter than their hind limbs. The largest species, B. excelsus, weighed up to 50,000 pounds and was 72 feet from head to tail. This slow-moving dinosaur was an herbivore. It had to eat 800 pounds of greens a day to maintain it’s energy.

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6″L X 1 1/2″W X 3 1/2″H
15 oz. Weight
Made of Bronze
From Lombok, Indonesia

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 6 x 3 x 4 in