|Product name||animatronic dinosaur|
|Usage||Theme park, amusement park, dinosaur park, restaurant, business activities, real estate opening ceremony, dinosaur museum, dinosaur playground, shopping malls, educational equipment, festival exhibition, museum exhibits , playground equipment, theme park, amusement park, city plaza, landscape decoration, etc.|
|Product Size||Customized By Client(Length:1 Meters – 55 Meters)|
|Product Color||Optional(customize all kinds of color schemes)|
|Technics||Metal steel frame, high quality sponge, sounds and electricity system.|
|Durability||Waterproof, Snowproof, Sunproof.|
|Layers of silicon rubber keep the dinosaurs colorful all the time:1.Temperature: adapt to a temperature of -20C to 40°C.
2.Weather: resist rain, sunspot, snow, storm, and other extreme weather.
|2.Mouth open and close synchronized with roaring sounds|
|3.Head up and down|
|4.Neck moving left to right|
|5.Neck moving up and down|
|5.Front arms moving|
|Sounds||1.Dinosaur Roaring and Breathing. 2.Custom other sounds.|
|Package||Bubble plastics/Wooden case /Air case/Depends on customers’ choice|
|Delivery Time||20-30 days(depend on order quantity)|
|Other Service||Exhibition Layout Design/Theme Park Design/Festival Decoration|
|After-sale Service||24 Months(After the warranty, we can provide life-long repair service in cost price)|
Let us consider the problem of brain size. Large animals need large brains, because the mass of their active cells requires many nerve channels to carry signals to and from the brain, and because the brain needs adequate capacity for processing information about all this physiological activity. An elephant is roughly as “smart” as a dog—they have equivalent powers of learning. But the elephant requires a three-pound brain to achieve this intellectual level while the dog needs only four ounces. To gauge a stegosaur’s intellect, therefore, it is only necessary to compare its brain size to that of a mammal of the same body size. It’s not hard to measure brain size in dinosaurs. Their braincase was nearly completely enclosed by thick bone. When the first stegosaur skulls were discovered by Professor Marsh in 1878, scientists at Yale simply sawed open the braincase, and measured its volume. Calculating the brain’s live weight was straightforward. In big animals, the brain fills about half the braincase; the other half is filled out by connective tissue, a sort of cerebral padding, packed between the outer surface of the brain and the inner walls of the braincase.