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dino Collection

The foldable dino magnet combines playfulness with utility. In this collection, our aim was to bring back the childhood joys of creating and being part of the transformation of your own masterpiece. On one side of the postcard is the area for the sender to write a message and on the other other side is a canvas of playful colors and the natural  patterns of marble imprinted on the texture of dinosaurs, that are to be discovered only once assembled. With the foldable magnet, keep your memories close and up front in your daily lives.

 

SiRINDHORN DINOSAUR MUSEUM

Since the first discovery of fossils in 1976, there has been continuous investigation on dinosaurs in the Phu Wiang mountains,  Khon Kaen province. The project found so many vertebrae, teeth, and footprints of the dinosaurs from the sandstone of Early Cretaceous Sao Khua Formation (about 130 million years old) including sauropod and theropod. 

Realizing the importance of these findings, the Khon Kaen province and Phu Wiang district administrations, the Tourism Authority of Thailand,  the Department of Mineral Resources, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the Royal Thai Government established the Phu Wiang National Park and Museum to protect these sites and to make it a source of study and research for the public. 

The Sirindhorn Dinosaur Museum is a geological museum exhibiting fossils and is the first of its kind in Thailand.

 

 

 

Pteranodon

Pteranodon means 'Winged and Toothless'. They were covered with very small, soft feathers and were known to have large brains and great eyesight. Although they were toothless, Pteranodons were carnivores and had sharp claws to grab their prey. They hunted for fish by flying low over oceans and lakes, scooping fish straight out of the water and swallowing them whole. 


Material : Leather and Paper Laminate
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled Size ( l x w x h ) :  8.5” x 3.7” x 1.5”  

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Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus Rex means 'Tyrant Lizard King'. It was one of the largest of the land predator dinosaurs and is known for its fearsomely large skull and teeth. The Tyrannosaurus rex was a bipedal dinosaur, meaning it walked and ran on two legs. These two legs were large and strong to carry the immense weight of the dinosaur and pounce their prey - and their flexible neck helped them adjust the angle of attack. In contrast, the arms of the T-rex were relatively small but were still  strong enough to hold on to their prey.


Material : Leather and Paper Laminate
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled Size ( l x w x h ) :  2.2” x 1” x 2.2”  

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Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus means 'Arm Lizard'. It is a Sauropod type of dinosaur, known for reaching incredible heights. The Brachiosaurus was a herbivore with a long neck, a small head and a relatively short tail compared to other Sauropods. It walked on all four legs and was known to eat up to 200 and 400 kilograms of plants a day.


Material : Leather and Paper Laminate
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled Size ( l x w x h ) :  3.5” x 1” x 5”  

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Triceratops

Triceratops means 'Three-Horned Face'. It was a herbivore that lived at the same period as the big predator dinosaurs. So it had two brow horns and neck frills to protect itself and cause considerable damage when necessary. These two horns along with a smaller one at the tip of its nose gave it the name, Triceratops.


Material : Leather and Paper Laminate
Package ( l x w) :  7” x 5” 
Assembled Size ( l x w x h ) :  3” x 2” x 3”  

Product of Thailand

 

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