Utahraptor Toy Figure
Utahraptor was a giant dromaeosaur, a relative of Velociraptor, discovered in 1993. Coincidentally, this was the same year that the film Jurassic Park was released, which featured Velociraptors that were much larger than the real animals ever were.
Scientific Name: Utahraptor ostrommaysi (“Utah’s Thief”. Its species name refers to John Ostrom, a scientist who worked on Deinonychus and theorized a close relationship between dinosaurs and birds.)
Characteristics: This Utahraptor is ready to pounce! With its mouth wide open and its feathered arms spread, other dinos better watch out! Its feathered body is colored blue above and light brown below, with black and white markings on its head.
Size: This dinosaur toy figure measures about 4 inches tall and about 9.5 inches in length.
The Utahraptor figure is part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection.
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