Schleich Triceratops Replica
Roaming the plains of the late Cretaceous 67 million years ago, Triceratops are estimated to have grown up to 9 metres in length, and could weigh up to 12 tonnes! Mostly herbivorous, they are renouned for their iconic 'Three-Horned Face' after which they were named.
Crafted after the latest scientific knowledge, these replicas are perhaps the closest thing one can get to the real thing outside the museum!
Melbourne Museum holds the most complete Triceratops Horridus specimen discovered to date.
Approximately 21cm horn to tail.