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  • The Wild Prehistoric In Ice Age Animatronic Robotic Animal saber-toothed tiger for Sale

    • Model: animatronic animal
    • Size: 1.8M
    • Color: natural
    • Power: 800-1200W
    • MOQ: 1
    • Lead Time: 15-30 days
    • Optional: Brushing, roll coating
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    The Wild Prehistoric In Ice Age Animatronic Robotic Animal saber-toothed tiger for Sale动物剑齿虎1.8米 

    MORE INFORMATION

    Input AC 110/220V ,50-60HZ
    Plug Euro plug / British Standard / SAA / C-UL / or depends on request
    Control mode Automatic / Infrared / remote / coin / Button / Voice / Touch / Temperature / shooting etc.
    Waterproofing grade IP66
    Working condition Sunshine, rain, seaside, 0~50℃(32℉~82℉)
    Optional function Sound can be increased to 128 kinds Smoke,/ water. / bleed / smell / change color / change lights / LED screen etc interactive(Location tracking) / conversine(currently only Chinese)

    AFTER-SALE SERVICE

    Service Need be cut for shipping,fwill provide a detailed installation manual.
    Warranty We provide 2 years warranty for all of our antrimatronic models, the warranty pieriod starts from freight arrives at destination port. Our warranty covers motor, reducer, control box, etc.
    4.jpg5.jpg6产品链接 (2)   7.jpg8.jpg9.jpg10.jpg buy animatronics,buy robotic,life size animal,animal model for sale realistic animals robotic  amusment park animals  realistic animals  handmade animal statue  Life size decorative animatronic animal  Life size animatronic animal statues for sale  Outdoor playground life size animal replica  Outdoor animal playground equipment  Zoo exhibition display iceage animal  Exhibition high quality animatronics lifelike animal model  Iceage african animal sculptures saber-toothed animal model Smilodon is a genus of the extinct machairodont subfamily of the felids. It is one of the most famous prehistoric mammals and the best known saber-toothed cat. Although commonly known as the saber-toothed tiger, it was not closely related to the tiger or other modern cats. Smilodon lived in the Americas during the Pleistocene epoch (2.5 mya – 10,000 years ago). The genus was named in 1842 based on fossils from Brazil; the generic name means "scalpel" or "two-edged knife" combined with "tooth". Three species are recognized today: S.?gracilis, S.?fatalis, and S.?populator. The two latter species were probably descended from S.?gracilis, which itself probably evolved from Megantereon. The hundreds of individuals obtained from the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles constitute the largest collection of Smilodon fossils. In North America, Smilodon hunted large herbivores such as bison and camels, and it remained successful even when encountering new prey species in South America. Smilodon is thought to have killed its prey by holding it still with its forelimbs and biting it, but it is unclear in what manner the bite itself was delivered. Scientists debate whether Smilodon had a social or a solitary lifestyle; analysis of modern predator behavior as well as of Smilodon's fossil remains could be construed to lend support to either view. Smilodon probably lived in closed habitats such as forests and bush, which would have provided cover for ambushing prey. Smilodon died out at the same time that most North and South American megafauna disappeared, about 10,000 years ago. Its reliance on large animals has been proposed as the cause of its extinction, along with climate change and competition with other species, but the exact cause is unknown.

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