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"Two kinds of big teeth". A carnivorous synapsid that lived in North America about 295 to 272 million years ago (early Permian). The total length is 1.7 to 3.5 meters and the weight is about 250 kg. His body shape was lizard-shaped, and he sometimes walked on two legs in a semi-upright posture, his body temperature was regulated by the sail (spinous process) on his back.

Original drawing by Kosuke, an elementary school boy living in Kyoto.
Kousuke is an elementary school boy living in Kyoto. His favorites are dinosaurs and paleontology. His future dream is to become a paleontologist. He drew paleontology creatures with Yuzen techniques, taught to him by his dad's friend.

Size / 5.5cm×4cm

Material / Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon

Made in Japan

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