|Product name||Handmade realistic animatronic dinosaur head|
|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||length:1.7m, Height:0.6m, Or Customized By Client|
|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|
|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)|
Some dinosaurs (duckbills, horned dinosaurs) exhibited no vertebral hollowings, but I suspect they had located air sacs fully within their body cavity. Most primitive dinosaurs had some hol-lowed-out vertebrae, so the ancestral dinosaurs were probably equipped with air sacs. Many modern species of bird that have air sacs have solid vertebrae without any hollows (like the duckbills and horned dinosaurs). In these avian species, the big air sacs re-main nonetheless well developed within their body cavity. So duckbill and horned dinosaurs, though they lacked peripheral sacs inside their vertebrae, may well have had the main system of sacs operating between the other internal body organs.
Myths about dinosaurs die hard. As a child, I first heard the tale of the dim-witted, double-brained Stegosaurus, a fable created in the 1880s and still popular a century later. This story had two sources: the pea-sized brain of Stegosaurus, and its legendary after-brain.