Diplodocus lived on earth during the late Jurassic period, 145-155 million years ago. They were one of the longest dinosaurs, measuring around 26 metres long and weighing in at a whopping 12 tons. They were plant eaters and could use their long necks to reach tall vegetation while their long tails served as a counterbalance for their long necks.
These beautiful wooden Diplodocus figures are handmade with love and have been developed with anatomical features of a child's hands in mind.
They are a joy to touch and hold and have varying texture which assists in developing motor skills and allows the toy to become a guide to the world of wonder and adventure.
Playing with wooden animal figures instills the love of nature and animals while developing creativity and imagination. They are the perfect educational tool for young children and are ideal for use in Montessori and Waldorf play settings.
All of the Green Taiga toys are made from Alder wood and finished with water-based paints, linseed oil, and bio wax. All materials are of high quality and non-toxic.
Measurements: L: 18cm W: 2cm H: 9.5cm
Age Guide & Safety: Recommended for 3 years+. We always advise that toys be checked prior to play and recommend adult supervision during playtime. Not suitable for children 3 year and over who still have a tendency to put things in their mouth. Not to be used as a teething toy.
Care Instructions: Do not submerge in water. Use a clean damp cloth to wipe surface.
These beautiful toys are made from sustainable alder wood. Every care has been taken to preserve its texture and natural properties during production. Naturally you may see some growth rings, knots, or rough spots. These are not defects or faults. They are made by nature and tell the story of the wood from which is was made and make each piece special and unique.