Residing in what is now known as North America, Africa, and Tanzania, the Brachiosaurus was a dinosaur that lived over 145 million years ago. They are best known for their incredible size and long length of neck, small head, and small tail; often called “arm lizard.” These plant-based eaters were able to capture the delicious foliage in high, hard to reach places thanks to their necks. With all of that eating comes a great weight, almost as much as four elephants’ worth. Also, they could be as large as two railroad cars.
This charming little version of that plant-eating dinosaur is surface washable and safe for children of all ages. It measures 10 inches long.