Amusement Park Animatronic Dinosaur
RAD-016 Life Size Amusement Park Animatronic Dinosaur
|Product name||Life Size Amusement Park 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||8M in length, Or Customized By Client(1 Meters – 40 Meters)|
|Product Color||Optional(customize all kinds of color schemes)|
|Technics||Metal steel frame, high quality sponge, sounds and electricity system.|
|Power||AC 110/220V/380V, 50/60HZ|
|Durability||Waterproof, Snowproof, Sunproof.|
|Layers of silicon rubber keep the dinosaurs colorful all the time:1.Temperature: adapt to a temperature of -20° C 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|
|1.Eyeball moving and shining|
|2.Water and smoke spraying|
|3.Body moving up and down, left to right|
|7.Bending the body forward and backward|
|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 or 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)|
At Como there is a limestone ledge called Cam Bench, named for a Camarasaurus skeleton that lies there, eroding out bit by bit. The dinosaur’s pale gray, weatherbeaten fragments are slowly disintegrating beneath the endless blows of sun and rain. Camara-saurus was a smallish brontosaur, with rather long neck and tail, probably no more than eight tons alive. It has been left to decay because the skeleton isn’t complete enough to justify the two weeks of quarrying necessary to chip it free. It is nonetheless quite im-portant because preserved around it is a trail of fossil clues that stare out at us from the day, 140 million years ago, when this an-imal died. This body can tell us something.
How did this Camarasaurus die? If this question can be an-swered, it will provide unique insights into how it lived, what ene-mies it feared. This mangled carcass can in fact help test the widely believed theory that brontosaurs were swamp dwellers, sloshing around lakes and rivers up to their armpits to keep their imprac-ticable bulk buoyed up by the tepid waters. If that theory is true, then this Camarasaurus very likely died in its favorite watery hab-itat. Can that idea be tested? Very easily. If the body sank in an aqueous grave, it should be resting on the type of sediment laid down on lake or stream bottoms.