As part of our commitment to education and science outreach activities, team members at Everything Dinosaur have been busy amending and updating information boards for a UK-based exhibitions company.
One of the many dinosaurs that we have been working on is Pachycephalosaurus (P. wyomingensis).
The picture (above) shows a PNSO Pachycephalosaurus model.
To view the range of PNSO prehistoric animal figures: PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.
Austin the Pachycephalosaurus
The recently announced Austin the Pachycephalosaurus (PNSO), is due to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur later this year. The display boards we have been working on have to be finished in just a few days so they can be produced in time for outdoor events that are due to start in the UK next month (late May 2021).
Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur
Focusing on the Cranium and Taxonomy
The information we have provided to the exhibitions company focuses on the story of this dinosaur’s discovery and looks at some of the theories that have been proposed to explain the very thick skull bones, which in some specimens are more than 25 cm thick.
We have also provided information on Dracorex and Stygimoloch in a bid to explain that many palaeontologists do not think that these genera are valid. It is thought that Dracorex and Stygimoloch may represent juvenile specimens of P. wyomingensis.
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