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Inspired by Natural History, this beautiful collection of dinosaurs has something for everyone. Choose from Sterling Silver or Gold Plate, these cute dinosaurs are difficult to resist.

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  • Silver T-rex pendant
    t-rex dinosaur pendant
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  • Mini triceratops dinosaur pendant
    triceratops pendant - mini silver triceratops dinosaur pendant
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  • Silver Ammonite Fossil Pendant
    Handmade silver Ammonite fossil pendant - Ravetta Designs
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  • Mini gold triceratops dinosaur pendant
    Mini gold triceratops dinosaur pendant
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  • Golden ammonite talisman pendant
    Gold ammonite fossil pendant
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  • Stegosaurus silver dinosaur pendant
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  • Gold Stegosaurus silver dinosaur pendant
    Gold Stegosaurus silver dinosaur pendant
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  • Dinosaur skull pendant
    Silver dinosaur pendant - t-rex dinosaur skull pendant - handmade in Thames Ditton
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Did you know these Dinosaur facts?

      1. People have only been on Earth about 2.5 million years. Dinosaurs lived on Earth for about 160 million years, which is about 64 times longer than people been around.
      2. A T-rex bite was more than twice as powerful as a lion's bite.

      3. While many people think dinosaurs were huge creatures, dinosaurs were usually human sized or smaller. Scientists believe that the larger bones were just easier to be fossilized.

      4. Only very few living things turn into fossils once they die, as a very special set of circumstances are needed for fossilisation to occur.

      5. Often dinosaur fossils are found near lakes and oceans as covered their remains in mud and silt. Others were washed into a river by heavy rain. Once remains are buried under sediment, their decomposition slows down due to a lack of oxygen, giving enough time for fossilisation to occur.

      6. For this reason, we do not know a lot about the dinosaurs that lived away from water- for example in jungles- as fossils are highly unlikely to form in these climates.

      7. The word “dinosaur” was coined by British palaeontologist Richard Owen in 1842. It is Greek, meaning “terrible lizard.”

      8. No one knows exactly how long a dinosaur’s lifespan was. Some scientists speculate some dinosaurs lived for as long as 300 years.

      9. The Diplodocus is believed to have had a life span of 80 years - similar to that of an elephant.
      10. Tyrannosaurus rex had a life expectancy of about 28 years.

      11. Stegosaurus had a life expectancy of about 75-100 years.

      12. The Stegosaurus has the smallest brain for its body size of any known dinosaur. Its body was the size of a van, but its brain was the size of a walnut.

      13. Scientists believe that the human fascination with dinosaurs is due to the fact it forces us to imagine the enormity of geological time. It creates a sense of wonder at the age of the living Earth and the mystery that surrounds its Natural History.