Dig a Dino Stegosaurus
With the Dig a Dinosaur kit from 4M you'll get to be a top paleontologist! Use the included tools to carefully dig around and brush off the bones that are hidden within the plaster block. Once you've excavated all of them, assemble the new-found skeleton of a Stegosaurus and place it on the display platform for everyone to see. There are a total of six dinosaurs in the set; collect them all and have your own personal museum right in the comfort of your bedroom!
The fossils of the first Stegosaurus were discovered by the American paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh, in 1877. Capable of reaching weights of over 4.5 tonnes (9920.8 pounds), the Stegosaurus had bony plates/scales that protrude from the back of its neck all the way down to it its spiked tail. Its name actually means "roof lizard" or "covered lizard", because originally scientists thought that the plates overlapped along the back of the Stegosaurus, like the tiles on a roof.