Dimetrodon means “two teeth”, and it is an extinct non-mammalian synaptic genus that lived in the early Permian about 295-272 million years ago.

The most prominent feature of Dimetrodon is that the large nerve spines on its back are formed by elongated spines extending from the vertebrae. It walks with four legs, its skull is high and curved, and its chin has large teeth of various sizes. Although it is not a dinosaur, many people still mistake it as a member of the dinosaur family.

Our animatronic Dimetrodon and Dimetrodon fossils are suitable for parks, exhibitions, or museums. They can increase the footfall and customer dwell time of your place. Come and have a try!