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Dinosaur Timeline Poster - A3

Dinosaur Timeline Poster - A3

Dinosaur Timeline Poster - A3 It was at the end of the Triassic Period that Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs first appeared on the single land mass called Pangaea. The Earth was characterised by head, vast deserts...

Prehistoric Educational Colouring Postcards

Prehistoric Educational Colouring Postcards

Prehistoric Educational Colouring Postcards The Prehistoric Colouring Postcards consists of four A5 size colouring cards and six colouring pencils. There is a colourful header card and all are held in...

Prehistoric Educational Colouring Posters

Prehistoric Educational Colouring Posters

Prehistoric Educational Colouring Posters The Prehistoric Colouring Posters consists of four A3 size colouring sheets, six colouring pencils and an educational information sheet. There is a colourful header...

T-Rex Attack Transfer Pack

T-Rex Attack Transfer Pack

T-Rex Attack Transfer Pack Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the largest land carnivores of all time. They lived during the late Cretaceous period, about 65 million to 85 million years ago. An average Tyrannosaurus...

Triceratops Pencil Topper

Triceratops Pencil Topper

Triceratops Pencil Topper Plant eating dinosaurs had to eat large amounts of plants every day to survive. Some had teeth made for chopping, raking or crushing and others had sharp beaks for snipping twigs...

T-Rex Pencil Topper

T-Rex Pencil Topper

T-Rex Pencil Topper Tyrannosaurus Rex was a huge meat-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period, about 85 million to 65 million years ago. They could grow up to 13 metres long, about...

T-Rex Pin Badge

T-Rex Pin Badge

T-Rex Pin Badge Tyrannosaurus Rex was a huge meat-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period, about 85 million to 65 million years ago. They could grow up to 13 metres long, about 5 metres...

Trilobite Ring - Pewter

Trilobite Ring - Pewter

Trilobite Ring - Pewter When animals and plants die they decompose, or rot, but their hard parts, such as teeth and bones of an animal or the wood of plants, last longer. For these to be fossilised they...

Neolithic Hunting Pendant - Bison

Neolithic Hunting Pendant - Bison

Neolithic Hunting Pendant - Bison The Neolithic period was the period of domestication of plants and animals. Using stone axes the farmers began clearing the forests that covered England. They grew crops...

Neolithic Hunting Pendant - Stag

Neolithic Hunting Pendant - Stag

Neolithic Hunting Pendant - Stag The Neolithic period was the period of domestication of plants and animals. Using stone axes the farmers began clearing the forests that covered England. They grew crops...

Spear Head Pendant

Spear Head Pendant

Spear Head Pendant Most scientists regard the species Homo hablis (skilful human being) as the first type of human being. These primitive people appeared about 2 million years ago in Africa. Archaeological...

Mammoth Tusk Pendant

Mammoth Tusk Pendant

Mammoth Tusk Pendant The ice age is a period in earths history when ice sheets covered large regions of land. Earth scientists believe there have been several main ice ages, each of which lasted a few...

Sabre-Toothed Cat Pendant

Sabre-Toothed Cat Pendant

Sabre-Toothed Cat Pendant The Sabre-Toothed Cat was a carnivorous mammal that ate meat and had enlarged canine teeth (long pointed teeth near the front of the mouth). The teeth were shaped like sabres...

Shark's Tooth Pendant

Shark's Tooth Pendant

Shark's Tooth Pendant Fish are vertebrates (backbones animals) that live in water. Fish without jaws or teeth appeared at the end of the Cambrian Period, about 480 million years ago. This allowed them...

T-Rex Pendant

T-Rex Pendant

T-Rex Pendant Tyrannosaurus Rex was a huge meat-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous period, about 85 million to 65 million years ago. They could grow up to 13 metres long, about 5 metres...

T-Rex Tooth Pendant

T-Rex Tooth Pendant

T-Rex Tooth Pendant When animals and plants die they decompose, or rot, but their hard parts, such as teeth and bones of an animal or the wood of plants, last longer. For these to be fossilised they must...

Triceratops Pendant

Triceratops Pendant

Triceratops Pendant Plant eating dinosaurs had to eat large amounts of plants every day to survive. Some had teeth made for chopping, raking or crushing and others had sharp beaks for snipping twigs and...

Pterodactyl Pendant

Pterodactyl Pendant

Pterodactyl Pendant Flying reptiles were called Pterosaurs and were the first every flying vertebrates (animals with a backbone). Their wings were a thin membrane of elastic fibres and muscle covered with...

Ichthyosaurus Pendant

Ichthyosaurus Pendant

Ichthyosaurus Pendant The sea reptiles evolved from land reptiles that adapted to life in water. All the sea reptiles breathed air and would surface regularly to fill their lungs. Sea reptiles like the...

Claw Pendant

Claw Pendant

Claw Pendant About 225 million years ago a group of reptiles appeared on earth. They had scaly, waterproof skin and young that hatched from eggs. They survived for nearly 150 million years and then vanished...

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