Ferocious Kelenken – A Video Review of the New “Terror Bird”

The fragmentary fossils of a huge phorusrhacid were discovered in Argentina in 2006.  The fossil material included a huge 46 centimetre long rostrum (part of the beak).  This rostrum is the largest found to date and when these fossils were formally described in 2007, the “Terror Bird” called Kelenken came into being.

Regarded, as perhaps the tallest of all the South American phorusrhacids, Kelenken was a formidable predator with a viciously curved beak.  Here is a video review made by Everything Dinosaur team members of the Collecta model of this amazing prehistoric bird from the Miocene.

A Video Review of the “Terror Bird” Kelenken (Kelenken Collecta Deluxe)

Everything Dinosaur’s review of the CollectA Deluxe Kelenken model.

 Video credit: Everything Dinosaur

Kelenken

Sales of Kelenken models from Everything Dinosaur’s award-winning website will be sent out with a Kelenken fact sheet researched and written by Everything Dinosaur team members.

A Drawing of the Giant Flightless Bird Kelenken

A drawing of Kelenken. Phorusrhacids illustrated. The "Terror Birds".
The Kelenken in all its glory. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view Everything Dinosaur’s range of CollectA models such as the CollectA Deluxe Kelenken and dinosaur models: CollectA Deluxe Prehistoric Life Models.

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