Prehistoric Dinosaur Utah Raptor Claw 9LPN# 5101Z
The Utah Raptor and Deinonychus claws are from the lethal arsenals of the most deadly dinosaurs to ever stalk the Earth. These vicious sickle claws were truly amazing weapons. Each raptor utilized long arms to subdue a victim, while slashing the abdomen with a ripping claw located on its foot. The original Utah Raptor, from which this replica was molded, is housed at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum.
Made from compound stone with hand-painted details to replicate the most minute details, 9 in L measured on the curve x 6 in H x 3 in W.
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