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'This marvelous herbivore was covered in spikes from head to back, eh wot? I
challenge you to find a more perfectly protected body. You shan't succeed!
Not only that, but this great best could also swing its hammerlike tail! Hoo,
this allowed it to attack as well as defend. With an attack like that...
Why, any carnivore would likely think twice about snacking on this fellow!
Ah! Forgive my babbling. it's that tail, you see... One can't help but rave!

Ankylo Skull: 3000 Bells
Ankylo Torso: 3000 Bells
Ankylo Tail: 2500 Bells


'The apatosaur was once called a brontosaur, I'll have you know. It is well
known for having a rather long neck and tail and for being a herbivore.
However, it appears that, unlike the giraffe, it could not make its neck
vertical! (Blathers appears to be very distressed by this fact.) Yes, blood
flow, you see. If it straightened more than 90 degrees, it might faint!

Apato Skull: 5000 Bells
Apato Torso: 4500 Bells
Apato Tail: 4000 Bells


'It lived early on, when dinosaurs first began roaming the earth, wot? And
actually, to be quite accurate, it's not even a real dinosaur at all! As we
know, dinosaurs were cold-blooded and could not change body temperature. But
the dimetrodon could! It used its distinctive back to control heat! For this
reason, it is considered what we call a 'mammalian reptile', wot?'

Dimetrodon Skull: 5500 Bells
Dimetrodon Torso: 5000 Bells
Dimetrodon Tail: 4500 Bells

Length: 32.8 feet
Early Cretaceous

'The iguanodon holds the distinction of being the first dinosaur ever found!
Until this beast was found, we were unaware that dinosaurs even existed, wot!
One wonders if the first iguanodon tooth was thought to be an iguana's.'

Iguanodon Skull: 4000 Bells
Iguanodon Torso: 3500 Bells
Iguanodon Tail: 3000 Bells


'It resembled an elephant and only became extinct a mere 10,000 years ago!
This shaggy beast lived in the ice age and developed pronounced tusks, wot
wot? Yes, it used them to scrape ice and snow to get to the plants that it
fed on!

Mammoth Skull: 3000 Bells
Mammoth Torso: 2500 Bells

Length: 13.1 feet
Late Cretaceous

'I must tell you a smidgen about the pachycephalosaur. This unique creature
was one of the last dinosaurs to roam the earth, wot? Though it is known
primarily for its rounded head... It was basically all bone! There was
hardly a brain to speak of inside! These brain-boggling dinos never case to
amaze me! Hoo, so intriguing!'

Pachy Skull: 4000 Bells
Pachy Torso: 3500 Bells
Pachy Tail: 3000 Bells


Length: 29.5 feet
Late Cretaceous

'This dinosaur lived until the very end of ALL dinosaur-kind, you know. The
magnificent rest on its head was actually hollow bone measuring over 3 feet!
BA-ROOOOOOOOOOOOOO! A mighty cry would echo across the land when it tooted
it! Ah, Hoo. (Did I spit on you? I rarely get to cut loose like that, wot?
I'm an owl.)'

Parasaur Skull
Parasaur Torso: 3000 Bells
Parasaur Tail: 2500 Bells


Length: 23.6 feet
Late Cretaceous

'This must mean that the great day has finally come! The plesiosaur is
complete! Hoo! Indeed, WOO hoo! I should to the sky, HUZZAH! Please,
allow me a moment to tell you a little about the plesiosaur! This creature
emerged towards the end of the era of the dinosaurs... to be accurate, it was
not a dinosaur but rather a type of long-neck reptile. The first plesiosaurus
fossil was found 35 years ago by a high-schooler!'

Plesio Skull: 4500 Bells
Plesio Neck: 4500 Bells
Plesio Torso: 4500 Bells


Length: 30.2 feet
Late Cretaceous

The pteranodon was simply a wonderful creature. It emerged in the later age
of dinosaurs, winging through the ancient skies. Though it could fly, it was
most certainly not a bird! No, it was a reptile, wot! When it spread its
wings, it was a big as a small aeroplane. Simply gargantuan!

Ptera Skull: 4500 Bells
Ptera Body: 4000 Bells
Ptera Left Wing: 4500 Bells
Ptera Right Wing: 4500 Bells

Sabretooth Tiger
Length: 6.2 feet
Pleistocene Cenozoic

'The sabretooth tiger was an absolutely amazing beast! As it name implies, it
was part of the cat family and had two long canine teeth. It could open its
jaws incredibly wide, allowing it to tear into thick hides. It went extinct
about 40,000 years ago... during a period when humans lived. I understand
that humans also fell victim to this fierce hunter. The horror!

Sabretooth Skull: 2500 Bells
Sabretooth Torso: 2000 Bells

Length: 113.2 feet
Late Jurassic

The seismosaur is quite simply, a stunning creature. Of the dinosaurs that we
know about now, this is the absolute longest. It's body was quite small and
quite light for its length, to be honest.

Seismo Skull: 5000 Bells
Seismo Chest: 4500 Bells
Seismo Hip: 4000 Bells
Seismo Tail: 4500 Bells

Length: 30.5 feet
Late Cretaceous

Let me tell you about our dear stegosaur. It emerged right around the middle
of the era when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The diamond-shaped plates
embedded along its back are actually made of bone, wot? Indeed, they were
used to keep it cool and also to thwart its enemies.

Stego Skull: 5000 Bells
Stego Torso: 4500 Bells
Stego Tail: 4000 Bells

T Rex
Length: 47.6 feet
Late Cretaceous

'This carnivorous giant was one of the last remaining dinosaurs on earth.
Because of its speed, it was once called the ultimate hunter. However a
recent theory suggests that the T-Rex was in point of fact clumsy. Yes,
clumsy! And that it ate a diet consisting mostly of dead dinosaurs!
Nonsense, says I! What rot! I still consider T-Rex to be a dinosaur most

T Rex Skull: 6000 Bells
T Rex Torso: 5500 Bells
T Rex Tail: 5000 Bells


'Allow me to compose myself and tell you about the mighty Triceratops. This
herbivore was one of the last remaining dinosaurs, eh wot? This quiet giant
is easily recognised by its three horns and its large collar. The bone in
that collar was designed to build more muscles in the neck... Yes, as a
result, the biting power of this creature was something to behold! Ah. Hoo.
Yes, so sorry. I didn't behold it MYSELF, of course... Hoo.'

Tricera Skull: 5500 Bells
Tricera Torso: 5000 Bells
Tricera Tail: 4500 Bells

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