Fiberglass Products (FP-06-10)
Technics: waterproof, weather resistant.
Shape: Any shape can be remodeled according to customer needs.
Usage: Attraction and promotion. (amusement park, theme park, museum, playground, city plaza, shopping mall and other indoor/outdoor venues.)
Packing: Bubble bags protect dinosaurs from damaging. PP film fix the bubble bags. Each products will be packed carefully.
Shipping: We accept land, air, sea transport and international multimodal transport.
On-site Installation: We will send engineers to customer's place to install products.
1. Galvanized Steel; 2. Resin; 3. Acrylic Paint; 4. Fiberglass Fabric; 5. Talcum powder
All material and accessory suppliers have been checked by our purchasing department. They all have the necessary corresponding certificates, and reached excellent environmental protecting standards.
Emausaurus(FP-06) Overview: Emausaurus is a genus of thyreophoran or armored dinosaur from the Early Jurassic. Its fossils have been found in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, northern Germany. mausaurus was probably a semibipedal to quadrupedal animal, being covered in an armor of osteoderms across the body. Like other thyreorphora, it probably was an herbivore, specifically a low dwelling one, with a diet associated with ground flora. The body length of the holotype of Emausaurus has been estimated at around 2.5 m.
Velociraptor(FP-07) Overview: Velociraptor is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 75 to 71 million years ago during the latter part of the Cretaceous Period. Velociraptor (commonly shortened to "raptor") is one of the dinosaur genera most familiar to the general public due to its prominent role in the Jurassic Park motion picture series. This name is derived from the Latin words velox ('swift') and raptor ('robber' or 'plunderer') and refers to the animal's cursorial nature and carnivorous diet.
Pterosaur(FP-08) Overview: Pterosaurs had a wide range of sizes. Generally, they were rather large. Even the smallest species had a wingspan no less than 25 centimetres (10 inches). The most sizeable forms represent the largest known animals ever to fly, with wingspans of up to 10–11 metres (33–36 feet). Standing, such giants could reach the height of a modern giraffe. Traditionally, it was assumed that pterosaurs were extremely light relative to their size. Later, it was understood that this would imply unrealistically low densities of their soft tissues.
Compsognathus(FP-09) Overview: Compsognathus is a genus of small, bipedal, carnivorous theropod dinosaur. Members of its single species Compsognathus longipes could grow to around the size of a turkey. They lived about 150 million years ago, during the Tithonian age of the late Jurassic period, in what is now Europe. Although not recognized as such at the time of its discovery, Compsognathus is the first theropod dinosaur known from a reasonably complete fossil skeleton. Until the 1990s, it was the smallest-known non-avialan dinosaur.
Piatnitzkysaurus(FP-10) Overview: Piatnitzkysaurus is a genus of megalosauroid theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 179 to 177 million years ago during the lower part of the Jurassic Period in what is now Argentina. Piatnitzkysaurus was a moderately large, lightly built, bipedal, ground-dwelling carnivore that could grow up to 6.6 m (21.7 ft) long. The most basal clade within Megalosauroidea contains Condorraptor, Marshosaurus, Piatnitzkysaurus and Xuanhanosaurus. The next most basal clade comprises Chuandongocoelurus and Monolophosaurus.