Your little paleontologist can bring the dinosaurs back to life with this 3D puzzle that forms a teeny-tiny pterodactyl skeleton once complete. The punch-out pieces are quick and easy to assemble. As the pieces are very small and fragile, this item is best for older children.
- Includes 15 pieces (1 sheet)
- Assembled: 9'' W x 5'' L
- Recyclable PVC
- Recommended for ages 7 years and up
- Made in the USA
- Difficulty level: 1 (out of 5)
- CHOKING HAZARD: Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Pterodactyl Facts: Pterodactyl is the common term for the winged reptiles properly called pterosaurs, which belong to the taxonomic order Pterosauria. A pterodactyl (also referred to as pterodactylus) is most well-known as flying reptiles. The name means 'winged flyer' in the Greek language. Fossils of these winged flyers have been found in Germany, and other parts of Europe, as well as in Africa. Lived: 201.3 million years ago - 136.4 million years ago Scientific name: Pterodactylus (Winged finger) Extinction status: Extinct Rank: Genus