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    2024-02
    As the Chinese New Year is approaching, our factory will be going on holiday. We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you a joyful Spring Festival.After the holiday, we will resume our work with the goal of enhancing our technology and optimizing our products to provide you with an even better experience. We look forward to seeing you again in the coming year.We wish you a Happy New Year, and may the Year of the Dragon bring you good luck, great fortune, and prosperity. We hope for continued cooperation and success in the future.   ......
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    2024-02
      Quetzalcoatlus is a genus of azhdarchid pterosaur known from the Late Cretaceous Maastrichtian age of North America. Its name comes from the Aztec feathered serpent god Quetzalcoatl. The type species is Q. northropi, named by Douglas Lawson in 1975. It has gained fame as a candidate for the largest flying animal ever discovered.   There have been a number of different ideas proposed about the lifestyle of Quetzalcoatlus. Because the area of the fossil site was 400 km removed from the coastline and there were no indications of large rivers or deep lakes nearby at the end of the Cr......
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    2024-01
    Amodino China unveils astonishingly realistic dinosaur skeleton replicas, revolutionizing paleontology exhibits worldwide. Meticulously crafted using cutting-edge technology, these replicas offer an immersive experience, allowing visitors to marvel at the prehistoric giants with unprecedented detail. The company's commitment to scientific accuracy and innovation positions them as pioneers in the field, captivating audiences and enhancing educational outreach. Amodino China's dinosaur replicas are set to redefine museum displays, bringing the ancient world to life in a way never seen before. &......
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    2024-01
    Achillobator (meaning "Achilles hero") is a genus of large dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period about 96 million to 89 million years ago in what is now the Bayan Shireh Formation of Mongolia.  The first remains were found in 1989 during a Mongolian-Russian field expedition and later described in 1999. Achillobator, is derived from the Latin word "Achillis" (genitive singular of Achilles), in reference to the large Achilles tendon that supported the second pedal ungual (known as the "sickle claw") of most dromaeosaurids, and the old Mongolian word "......
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    2024-01
    Amodino China has ushered in a new era of prehistoric artistry with the completion of their latest masterpiece—the Deinonychus sculpture. This remarkable creation showcases the pinnacle of sculpting prowess, employing innovative techniques to intricately detail the feathers with unprecedented realism. The lifelike representation of the Deinonychus is poised to captivate enthusiasts and children alike. The use of advanced sculpting methodologies has enabled Amodino China to breathe life into this prehistoric predator, pushing the boundaries of what's achievable in paleo-art. The intricat......