This easy-to-use kids activity book and travel toy features 12 sturdy picture boards with number-coded pictures to color in. The numbers correspond to six felt-tip markers that store right in the cover! It's an all-in-one kids' arts-and-crafts activity that's perfect for travel or anytime.
Melissa & Doug
Surprize Ink! Vehicles - On the Go Travel Activity Book
Velociraptors were likely very intelligent dinosaurs that hunted in packs. Although they were only 60 cm in height, these carnivores were able to overpower significantly larger prey. These dinosaurs reached speeds of up to 65 kilometres an hour and were capable of quick turns thanks to their stiff tails. To consume their prey, Velociraptors had at their disposal eighty sharp, crooked teeth in their flat snout, some of which 2.5 cm in length. The velociraptor is considered to have been one of the most intelligent and fastest dinosaurs. A formidable hunter.
Brachiosaurs were gigantic dinosaurs that roamed what is now Europe, Africa, and North America 150 million years ago, reaching heights of more than 40 feet and lengths of more than 80 feet. The most complete fossil skeletons found to date are of brachiosaurs that were not fully grown, so it is possible that they were even larger at maturity.
Brachiosaurus means “arm lizard”, a reference to the fact that their front legs were longer than their hind legs. This is unusual among sauropod dinosaurs and probably allowed them to browse for food high up in trees, where other dinosaurs could not reach. Brachiosaurs and other sauropods had a challenging diet by the standards of modern herbivores. Grasses and flowering plants had not yet evolved, so they ate what lived at the time, including conifers, ferns, cycads, and ginkgo trees. A single brachiosaur ate over 800 pounds of plant material each day, swallowing it whole and letting it digest slowly in its gut.
Brachiosaurus translated means “arm lizard”. It acquired the name, because its front legs were significantly longer than its hind legs. As such, its long neck pointed automatically upwards and it could eat taller plants with less effort.
Tyrannosaurus rex was not the largest meat-eating dinosaur, but it was one of the most ferocious, and certainly the most famous. Its brain was twice the size of other giant meat eaters like Giganotosaurus, and it was faster and had better vision. Though its arms were tiny and nearly useless, its jaws were strong enough to crush any animal. Its powerful jaws had 60 teeth, each one up to 8 inches long and its bite was around 3 times as powerful than that of a lion.
T. rex was named more than one hundred years ago, but the most complete T. rex, "Sue," was discovered in South Dakota in 1990 by amateur paleontologist Susan Hendrickson and named in her honor.
Sue is remarkably well-preserved, with more than 80% of its fossilized skeleton intact. Paleontologists say the specimen is so complete because it was covered by water and mud quickly after its death. This prevented scavengers from carrying away the bones, and wind and water from eroding them.
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100 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Finished Puzzle Size: 13"x19"
Linen Style Finish to reduce glare
Made in USA
Recommended Age: 5+ Years
Melissa & Doug
Surprize Ink! Jungle - On the Go Travel Activity Book
The Dimorphodon was a small flying dinosaur with a large skull and a long beak. It hunted fish, insects, lizards and other vertebrates, which it held with its claws and then ripped apart with its fangs. With its short wings it could probably only fly short distances, for example from tree to tree.
The Triceratops was one of the last large dinosaurs. Despite being an herbivore, it had a total of up to 800 teeth, which constantly grew back. Nonetheless, it was incapable of chewing food, as its jaw could not move from side to side. It used its teeth to cut up palm leaves and ferns..
The Dunkleosteus lived 130-150 million years before the first dinosaurs. It was a fearless hunter who could snap incredibly fast and ate large sharks, and even its own kind if no other prey was to be found. Fossils of fish, which were only half digested, have often been discovered alongside its skeleton. Scientists therefore believe that the armoured fish was not able to chew very well and swallowed it prey in large pieces. It was named after the palaeontologist David Dunkle. The word "osteos" is Greek for "bone".
Little makers will channel their favorite animal with these trendy hair accessories they make themselves! Bend 3 different designs, a cat, a bear, or a unicorn with super fuzzy, pre-cut faux-fur stems and custom foam ear shapers. Then add self-adhesive bows, jewels, and glitter foam accessories to make the look your own. Attaching them is as easy as sliding them onto the included clips or headband and you're ready to rock your wild style!
The Dimetrodon is often referred to as a dinosaur. However, it is a primeval reptile, a so-called Pelycosaurus. The sail on its back was made of skin and bones, helping it to warm itself quicker in the sun. If it wanted to cool down, it positioned the sail parallel to the sun's rays.
Of all animals that ever lived on earth, the Therizinosaurus probably had the longest claws. It used them to dig, grasp, pierce, and peel off bark. It lived towards the end of the dinosaur age, together with other herbivores such as the Kentrosaurus and Pentaceratops.
Quarter horses are reliable animals with strong nerves. That’s why they’re especially popular with cowboys. Quarter horses also have what’s known as cow sense, which helps their riders when driving herds of cattle. Quarter horses respond to the tiniest of leg cues and if they’re trained well can even be ridden without reins.
Our custom finger puppet forms allow kids to magically transform air-dry clay into playable, portable, prehistoric pets; a t-rex, pterodactyl, and triceratops. With tons of stickers, eyes, and paper accessories, each dinosaur can be as unique as the kid making them. Make a dino park for your puppet to hang-out in and learn real dino facts in the 32-page instruction book.
It’s sew simple to make your own food friends! Little makers will start by practicing on 2 cardstock practice projects with our specially designed plastic needle safe for small hands. Then using the pre-cut and pre-punched felt, kids will create 3 cute projects -- a pizza pouch, a cookie keychain, and a cupcake plushy. It’s the sweetest way to build fine motor skills and learn how to sew!
The Pteranodon was one of the largest pterosaurs in the Cretaceous period. The striking bony crest on the rear of its head provided a counterweight to its long beak. It probably didn’t flap its wings very often, but instead took advantage of the wind to glide through the air – similar to an albatross.
Although the Tyrannosaurus Rex looked quite threatening, it could hardly use its front legs armed with just two claws since they did not even reach his mouth. Nearly seven metres tall and thirteen metres long, the Tyrannosaurus Rex was probably not a very skilled hunter, but rather a scavenger which probably fed on the leavings of other animals. It had more than fifty teeth measuring more than 15 centimetres in length which it used not for chewing but rather for tearing, since it swallowed its food in large chunks. To improve depth-perception when searching for food, the eyes of the Tyrannosaurus Rex were oriented toward the front such that the fields of vision of both eyes overlapped.
The Brontosaurus from Schleich® DINOSAURS has a long tail, an enormous body and a narrow neck. The dinosaur grew to around 15 tons and 22 m. While skeletons of the Brontosaurus have been found, scientists have never found a skull. It probably had a small head similar to the Apatosaurus. The name Brontosaurus means “thunder lizard.” Scientists used to believe that the dinosaur snapped its tail like a whip.
Dimensions: 12.87 x 2.17 x 4.25 inch (W x D x H)
The Carnotaurus is a meat-eating predator from the Late Cretaceous. It lived about 70 million years ago. The only skeleton ever found of it was dug up in Argentina. The Carnotaurus was 9 metres in length and estimated to weigh 1.5 to 2 tonnes. Its snout was more rounded than that of its relatives and its teeth looked like crooked knife blades. It was undoubtedly one of the most dangerous predators of its time.
The colorful flower pegasus by Schleich® bayala® is a magical animal. He is as shy and mysterious as all magical horses, living secluded in the beautiful flower fields and being a loving protector of the sweet flower unicorn foal. To win his trust is very difficult, but the royal sisters managed to win him over as a good and faithful friend. The princesses Surah and Sera love to meet him and admire his beautiful wings and great mane!
This proud stallion is a moon unicorn and, with his friendly, alert eyes, always keeps watch over his family – the star Pegasus mare and their shooting star unicorn foal. Even though he is just as shy and mysterious as other unicorns, you can still sense the power and temperament of a stallion who accepts his role as protector with body and soul.
Hidden in the mountains of Rainbow Island, there lives a Pegasus unicorn with its little one. Their wings light up in all colours of the rainbow, even more magnificently than any of the other creatures of this colourful island. The winged rainbow unicorn has recently begun taking along its little one on its wings across the island to the end of the rainbow. The elves there know and love them. Whenever they see them, they clap and cheer for them, and they look forward to the day of the Rainbow Festival. Because then the two of them come to the elves and they celebrate together. It is the most beautiful and colourful festival in all of bayala. Guests come together from all corners to bid welcome to the two wondrous, flying creatures and to behold their beauty and majesty of colour. Do you want to celebrate with them?
In the expansive underwater world of Meamare, a unicorn family lives in a shell clearing nestled in the sea forests. Only those who are very lucky and patient get to encounter the unicorn parents and their little ones. And once you've seen them, you will never forget them – the three magical creatures are so beautiful and mysterious. A mermaid has even managed to become friends with them. She visits them regularly, pets them, and even speaks with them. Just look what a fantastic pattern they have on their fur coat and how their tails and manes glisten. Which sea unicorn is your favourite?
The Tyrannosaurus rex looked very menacing, but was hardly capable of using it short front legs equipped with two claws, as they could not even reach its mouth. At nearly seven metres in height and thirteen metres long, the Tyrannosaurus rex was probably not a particularly good hunter, but rather a scavenger that fed on what other animals left behind. It had over fifty teeth, measuring over 15 cm in length, but it didn't use them to chew, but to tear, swallowing its food in large pieces. In order to better perceive depths while hunting for food, the eyes of the Tyrannosaurus rex were pointed forwards, allowing the field of vision of its eyes to overlap.
Paint horse foals have the breed’s beautiful characteristic patches right from birth. They are actually just dappled Quarter Horses. In the past, however, only solid-coloured animals could be registered in the studbook. But Paint horses were so popular that just two decades later they were recognised as a breed in their own right.
How can you tell apart a Paint horse mare and a pinto mare? It’s easy to mix them up, because they both have patched coats. Essentially, the only way to tell for sure is to consult the studbook: while pintos are only a colour breed, Paint horses are an official breed in their own right.
Quarter horses are extremely fast. Especially over short distances, they can reach breathtaking speeds. They proved this in quarter-mile races in the 18th century, frequently outracing even English Thoroughbreds. Quarter horses were named after these races.
Trakehner are pure-bred warmblood horses. For many horse fans these elegant animals are the ideal modern riding horse. Trakehner are especially suited as sport horses; they are just as talented at dressage as at jumping. They reach a height of 160 cm to 170 cm at the withers and have many colors.
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