3. The most primitive Eoraptor
The frequency of Eoraptor's appearance in animatronic dinosaurs can be as high as 90%, and it is considered to be the most primitive dinosaur among the dinosaurs discovered so far. Eoraptor is a small carnivore, about 1 meter long and able to walk on two legs. It mainly eats small animals and can sprint quickly. After catching the prey, it will tear the prey with its claws and teeth. However, it has both carnivorous and herbivorous teeth. The leaf-shaped teeth are similar to the teeth of the procaine, so it may also be an omnivorous animal.
Eoraptor mainly relied on their hind limbs to walk, but they occasionally walked on all fours. The bones of the limbs of the Eoraptor are thin and hollow, and the body is very light, which can quickly catch prey. Eoraptor has a pair of forelimbs that are good at catching prey. They can not only catch small reptiles and early mammals but also catch prey similar to their own.
4. Giant four-legged walking dragon
Many dinosaurs have been discovered in the Shandong region of China, among which the giant Shandong dragon is represented. The giant Shandong dragon is the largest four-legged walking dinosaur known in the world. It is more than 15 meters long and can stand up to more than 8 meters high, which is equivalent to the height of a three-story building. Walking can be described as shaking the ground, but in the simulation of dinosaurs, the giant Shandong dragon is generally made on a reduced scale.
5. The smallest dinosaur skeleton fossil
In the early years, dozens of Ankylosaurus skeleton fossils were unearthed in Inner Mongolia, causing a sensation in the world. These 31 Ankylosaurus fossils are all juvenile Ankylosaurus, the largest one is about one meter in length, and the smallest Ankylosaurus skeleton fossil is only about 10 cm. . When making simulated dinosaur skeleton fossils, the size is generally enlarged to more than 2 meters to show the mighty ankylosaurus.
6. Heavy claw dragon
During the Lower Cretaceous period, northern Europe was covered with most lakes. The heavy claw dragon inhabits the river bank and uses its strong forelimbs to catch fish. This way is like a grizzly bear today. Before the discovery of its close relative, Crocodylus-like dinosaurs, Baryclawsaurus was thought to be the only dinosaur eating fish. On the other hand, the bones of a young Iguanodon were also found along with the bones of the claws. Although there is no definitive evidence, it is possible that the heavy claw dragon may also feed on the carcasses of other animals.
The above information is provided by animatronic dinosaur factory.