Brachiosaurus Piggy Bank

$69.90

Brachiosaurus Piggy Bank
Brachiosaurus Piggy Bank

$69.90

Description

Who said that long-necked dinosaurs were defenseless and couldn’t protect your money? Certainly not our brachiosaurus Piggy bank. Our money box featuring the most famous herbivore species of the Jurassic period will watch over your savings!

Dinosaur money box
✔ Material: resin
✔ Hand-painted.
✔ Dimensions: 22 x 15 cm – 8.6 x 5.9 in
✔ Coin collecting stopper.
✔ Ideal for saving pocket money.

A brachiosaurus moneybox

Herbivorous dinosaurs are often underestimated by paleontologists in terms of their ability to defend themselves against large predators. However, with their gabaris and their unusual anatomy, their simple presence dissuaded many Theropods from approaching them. This is the case for Brachiosaurus, which could reach the size of a four-story building. Impressive isn’t it for a plant eater?
Looking for a safe place to store your money? Look no further than the Brachiosaurus Piggy Bank! This powerful dinosaur will protect your savings from any would-be thieves.
The Brachiosaurus was one of the most famous herbivore dinosaurs of the Jurassic period, and now this prehistoric creature can help you save for your future. Just put your coins in its mouth and watch them disappear into its belly.
This piggy bank is made of high-quality materials, so it’s built to last. Plus, it’s perfect for kids and adults alike. So whether you’re saving up for a rainy day or working towards a long-term financial goal, the Brachiosaurus Piggy Bank is here to help.
Our store is full of great items to keep your money safe like our plastic dinosaur piggy bank. Your child may be fascinated by ferocious Cretaceous reptiles, and a dinosaur piggy bank makes a great addition to his or her room. Find out what once lived on our planet before the meteorite crash and the destructive volcanic eruptions by selecting items from our dinosaur accessories collection
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