Marching Dino – Brachiosaurus

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The Brachiosaurus, a magnificent dinosaur of the Late Jurassic period, roamed the Earth around 154-153 million years ago. This colossal herbivore hailed from North America, Africa, and possibly other regions, traversing lush, forested environments.

It stood as one of the tallest and largest dinosaurs, reaching heights of about 40-50 feet at the shoulders, with its neck elongating to an incredible length, contributing to an overall height of around 85 feet. This immense size, coupled with its iconic long neck and relatively small head, made the Brachiosaurus an awe-inspiring sight.

Feeding on a herbivorous diet, this gentle giant consumed vast quantities of plants. Its diet likely consisted of conifers, ferns, and other vegetation that flourished in the ancient forests. Its long neck enabled it to reach vegetation high above the ground, allowing it to access food sources that other herbivores couldn’t.

The Brachiosaurus’s massive size and unique physical characteristics make it a fascinating and iconic member of the dinosaur kingdom, sparking curiosity and wonder about the ancient world it once inhabited.

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 Introducing the Minimakers Marching Dino Brachiosaurus STEM Kit! 

 Embark on a captivating journey into the world of STEM with our exclusive Marching Dino Brachiosaurus kit. Watch as curiosity and learning collide in this hands-on, wooden assembly experience!

 Features:

 Build Your Brachiosaurus: Construct a lifelike wooden Brachiosaurus model with step-by-step, user-friendly instructions.

STEM-Powered Fun: Engage in the fundamentals of engineering and robotics while assembling this majestic creature. Learn about gears, circuits, and motion in an exciting, practical manner.

 Remote-Controlled Movement: Use the included wired remote control to bring your Brachiosaurus to life! Witness its realistic walking motion, enhancing the thrill of discovery.

 Interactive Learning: Encourage imaginative play while comprehending the fascinating mechanics behind dinosaur movement.

 

Building Resources

Product Notes: 

Follow along as we build the Marching Dino on this special episode of MakersBuild.

 

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