When the baryonyx from Schleich® Dinosaurs opens its movable jaw you can see a flash of its dangerous, saw-like teeth.
long, narrow and flat head of the baryonyx from Schleich® Dinosaurs is
similar to that of a crocodile, making it an especially exciting
prehistoric reptile. This dinosaur is believed to have hunted primarily
in the water, and could immerse its perfectly shaped snout into the
water to catch fish. It also had unusually large and heavy hook-shaped
thumb claws to grab prey.
Fun Fact: The baryonyx probably spent as much time in the water as a crocodile does.
- Scientific name : Baryonyx
- Global Home : Europe
- Conservation Status : Extinct
9.37 x 3.54 x 4.01 inch (W x D x H)