Dromaeosaurus albertensis

 

Dromaeosaurus albertensis

Locality: Alberta, Canada
Formation: Dinosaur Park
Length: 2.3 m (8 feet)
Height @ Hips: 91 cm (3 feet)
Plaque Dimensions:
1.8 m x 1.8 m x 20 cm
(6 feet x 6 feet x 8 inches)
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Dromaeosaurus Scale

Dromaeosaurus albertensis

Dromaeosaurus albertensis is one of the rarest theropods from the American west. They were closely related to Velociraptor but significantly larger. Known only from a collection of partial skeletons, this specimen represents the latest interpretation of its anatomy, composited from several individuals.

Fast, agile and vicious, Dromaeosaurus probably hunted in packs, preying on the infirm and young of larger dinosaur species. Attacking with their lethal “killing claw”, they were able to latch onto their prey with both their feet and large clawed hands to inflict mortal wounds. Dromaeosaurus makes a frighteningly impressive exhibit as a pack cooperating in a hunt.

Dromaeosaurus albertensis Panel Mount

This specimen also makes a spectacular impression as a wall mount or presented in a floor exhibit. The in situ pose of our plaque mount captures the dinosaur in a naturally presented pose with the neck arched backward, as many articulated dinosaurs are regularly found. Created from our full scale Dromaeosaurus skeleton, every detail is captured. Made of lightweight materials it is easy and simple to mount on a wall.