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Animatronic dinosaur robotic scutosaurus for saleReleased Time: 2016-5-27


PRODUCT SIZE:Length:4m, height:1.1m

MOVEMENTS:1.Eyes Blinking, 2.Mouth open & close, roaring sounds, 3.Head up and down, 4.Neck moving up & down, 5.Tail swaying, 6.Breathing



The name: Animatronic Scutosaurus for Dinosaur Adventure Park
Model: RAD-025
Categories: Animatronic Dinosaur

Description: Animatronic Scutosaurus --- 4m long, 1.1m high

Product Description:
1. Animatronic Dinosaur Working voltage: 220/110vac 50/60hz
2. Animatronic Mode: Electricity control dinosaur
3. Production material: Inside motors and mechanical frame, outside custom silicone dinosaur
4. Standard: Mechancial test and send out factory
5. Useage: Mainly use for entertainemnt as recreation dinosaur equipment
6. Colors: Rule of restoring prehistoric dinosaur color
7. Shape: Rule of fine art and original dinosaur muscle proportion
8. Protection Equipment: Equipping fuse and relay to each control box that make it has self-protect function
9. Size: 4m long and 1.1m high

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It is a strange fact that as soon as vertebrates evolved to live on land, away from the water, casting off the need to return to the water to breed as amphibians do. there was an evolutionary movement that took a certain number back to the sea. Adaptations for living in the sea - such as streamlined body shape, limbs that worked as paddles, a body density that allowed floating or sinking - which had all been lost began to evolve once more. In some groups, such as that of the ichthyosaurs, this re-adaptation became almost total. In others, such as the nothosaurs, it was partial. It is as if the nothosaurs adopted a kind of a half-way stage so that they could exploit both the marine environment and that on the land. Such adaptations included legs that were webbed for swimming but still retained the bone structure and musculature for moving about on land, and the specialist teeth that would catch slippery prey like fish. In common with all other secondarily marine vertebrates, even those as highly adapted as the ichthyosaurs, they still needed to breathe air. Gills that would have allowed underwater breathing never re-evolved once they had been lost by their ancestors.

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