Scientific Name: Stegosaurus (“covered” or “roofed” lizard) was named for the plates covering its back. Stegosaurus stenops is the type species.
Characteristics: Stegosaurus is known from many complete skeletons, but the exact position of its tail spikes and dermal plates was long the subject of debate. It is now believed that the plates were arranged in an alternating pattern, with the tail spikes arranged in pairs. Some paleontologists suggest that the arrangement of plates may have differed between Stegosaurus species.
Size and Color: This Stegosaurus features a nice yellow, brown and red color scheme that’s not too vibrant, but not entirely dull either. This figure is 6.75 inches long and 4 inches in height, making it about as long as a water bottle turned on its side, and a little shorter than a soda can.
The Stegosaurus is part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection
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