Pterodactyl Dinosaur by
PLAY & LEARN – Non-toxic 9” Pterodactyl is historically accurate and has a moveable neck and wings
GENUINE DINO FOSSIL – Set includes a real dinosaur poop fossil (millions of years old) to inspire your child’s imagination
A LEARNING ADVENTURE– Includes a 12-page learning guide kids can learn all about this amazing dinosaur
RESPECTED QUALITY – This highly detailed action figure comes with National Geographic’s 100% satisfaction guarantee
NON-PROFIT MISSION– National Geographic’s net proceeds support vital exploration, conservation, research, and education programs
Soar through the Jurassic era with the miraculous Pterodactyl!
The Pterodactyl was a predator, seeking prey from the sky. With a wingspan reaching 40 feet, sharp claws and beak, and a keen eye, the Pterodactyl was an awe-inspiring force... And now, it can be yours!
The Pterodactyl Action Figure by National Geographic includes a meticulously crafted, hand-painted Pterodactyl action figure that looks as magnificent as the real thing. The Pterodactyl is built with a movable neck, allowing the head to swivel as it searches for prey. Since it’s constructed of durable material, this action figure stands up to all kinds of vigorous and imaginative play.
It’s a science toy kids never want to put down! In addition to the Pterodactyl figure, the kit comes with a genuine dinosaur poop fossil (coprolite), learning guide, and activity guide for endless science fun. This coprolite fossil is a real dinosaur poop specimen that is millions of years old.
With the 12-page learning guide, kids can go in-depth on the Pterodactyl family and become absorbed in the world of the Jurassic era. Boys and girls love to learn with this premium dinosaur science kit! Order your kit today and start exploring the ancient world of the Pterodactyl.
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