Large Dinosaur Sculptures
RAD-015 20M Long Large Dinosaur Sculptures For Sale
|Product name||RAD-015 20M Long Large Dinosaur Sculptures For Sale|
|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||20M 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.|
|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)|
A study trench was dug up through the whole three-hundred-foot thickness of the Morrison Formation at Como. It laid bare cycle after cycle of life, death, burial, and new life. Twenty differ-ent kunkar layers were exposed, each marking a time when a floodplain was dry and green and its vegetation nourished dino-saur life. And just above each kunkar layer were zones of fossils —chewed dinosaurs—whose bodies had been written into rock his-tory by entombing layers of mud. When the statistics were tabu-lated, eighty percent of the brontosaur graves were in floodplains, twenty percent in river channels and zero percent in lakes or swamps.
But the quarries at Sheep Creek, Wyoming, twenty miles north of Como, posed a special mystery. Here was a big quarry full of brontosaurs—and their carcasses had been entombed in lake-bot-tom limestone. Had lake-dwelling brontosaurs been found at last? Did the Sheep Creek skeletons represent bottom-walking behe-moths that fed on soft lake plants just as brontosaur orthodoxy had preached for eighty years? If the Sheep Creek limestone was deposited in a deep lake, then perhaps the brontosaurs found here were the classic dwellers in aquatic habitats.