Oviraptor, whose name means "egg-thief", was a small bipedal dinosaur that lived in the late Cretaceous Period. It is supposed to be carnivorous and in pursuit of eggs, that he had to break with his toothless bill. This alert-looking dinosaur was about 8 feet tall and had a long crest on top of his head. Its large eyes suggest a sharp view and a great vivacity. It seems that the body has been completely covered with feathers.
Measures approx. 4.7" L x 2" W x 3" H
Made of durable synthetic material. Hand Painted.
Age recommendation: 3+ years
Designed in France / Made in China
Papo designs realistic figurines and toys in France. Hand-painted and realistic to the actual world, Papo brings children's imaginations to life with Dinosaurs, Horses, Farm Animals, Marine Life and more! Learn about all the different parts of our world, from the past to today.