Triceratops Horridus - Deluxe 1:40 scale w/ Moving Jaw - ADVANCE SALE


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This big herbivore, whose name means "horrible three horned face" is the most famous of all the horned dinosaurs.  His horns could grow over 3 feet (1m) long, and he knew how to use them!  His wide, bony neck ruff protected his neck from attack.  While we don't know what colors these guys were, the theory that their ruffs had bright patterns makes sense, since many modern animals also sport patterns to make them look larger to predators.... or camouflage them.  This guy sports a movable jaw!

These are new inventory, straight from the manufacturer to our store.


Expected to arrive here in late September.  They'll ship to customers who pre-order immediately on arrival.  Order now to insure you don't miss out!


Size: 11.4" L x 5.5" H

Model #88950

This is an advance sale item.  Arrival date above is estimated by Breyer.  We cannot guarantee arrival date, but will ship them out as soon as they arrive.  You will receive a shipping notice from our website when your item ships.  If you order in-stock items on the same order, we will hold the in-stock items to ship with this item when it arrives.  If item is canceled or significantly delayed by Breyer, we will let you know and give you the option to cancel and receive a refund.  Description is taken from Breyer's promo photos and may be subject to change at Breyer's decision.  Any changes will be posted to this page as we are notified.

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