Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus
Dilophosaurus

Dilophosaurus

Regular price $759.00
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  • Dimension: H 3.2" x W 3.5" x L 2.7"
  • Contains 8+ troy ounces of solid silver
  • Limited to 1,000 casts
  • Features a laser-engraved serial number, weight & purity
  • Includes a Certificate of Authenticity

Sadly, due to whacky shipping costs & unpredictable transit times, we have suspended sales to international fans. We're as bummed as you are.

If you really cannot live without this acquisition, please get in contact with us. We'll need you to be brave enough to deal with the crooks in your customs office, and patient enough to wait possibly indefinitely, and wealthy enough to pay the actual shipping costs; if all this is true, we'll be happy to serve you.

If you're receiving your collectible outside of the USA, we'll ship from our workshop via UPS, FedEx or DHL. We will include an official customs invoice marked with the metal value, using harmonized tariff code 83062900. Please remember that you are responsible for any duty or tax levied by your country, if applicable. If there's a specific procedure to expedite the delivery process, please notify us immediately, and we will do our very best to accommodate.

Dilophosaurus

Dilophosaurus is one of the most frightening predators to ever walk the earth... Unlike the Velociraptor, Dilophosaurus is daunting in size standing up to 10ft tall. Combine his intimidating size with his crazy ability to spit venom and The Lost World has one full-fledged hunter on the loose! Even a juvenile Dilophasaurus can pose a threat to most fully grown dinos so be sure to not take this beast lightly!

Dilophosaurus possesses a large cowl on his neck and when angry or agitated he'll flare it wide open showing off his bright orange and red scales. This beautiful display of colors might be the last sight his prey will ever see before being hit by a razor-sharp claw ambush, tail whip, or swift stream of venom.

One of the earliest carnivores, we now know that Dilophosaurus was actually poisonous! Spitting its venom at its prey, causing blindness and eventually paralysis, all while allowing the carnivore to eat at its leisure. This makes Dilophosaurus a beautiful, but deadly addition to the Lost World.