On Feb 8th 2023, another scientific art model, Lucas the Giganotosaurus, joined the PNSO Dinosaur Museum series. The newly launched Lucas the Giganotosaurus 1:35 scientific art model by ZHAO Chuang and YANG Yang was reconstructed based on the latest research results.
This Lucas the Giganotosaurus 1:35 scientific art model is the solution provided by ZHAO Chuang and YANG Yang to “Creative Activities in Children’s Space,” which includes:
A Set of Model and Base
Lucas the Giganotosaurus 1:35 Scientific Art Reconstructed Model / 1pc
Base for Lucas the Giganotosaurus 1:35 Scientific Art Model / 1pc
A Joint Scientific Art Exhibition
Scientific Art Posters / 20 pcs
Reconstructed Images of Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Other Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs, 42 X 29.7cm (A3) / 10 pcs
Reconstructed Images of Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Other Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs, 29.7X 21cm (A4) / 10 pcs
Drawing Cards / 7 pcs
Children’s Creative Drawing Cards, 29.7X 21cm (A4) / 7 pcs
Exhibition Labels / 28 pcs
Scientific Art Painting Labels, 12.7 X 8.9cm (5″) / 20 pcs
Children’s Creative Works and Group Information Labels 12.7 X 8.9cm (5″) / 8 pcs
Videos / 9 episodes
The Story of Building the 1:35 Scientific Art Models of Lucas the Giganotosaurus / 1 episode
Join ZHAO Chuang in Drawing Lucas the Giganotosaurus / 8 episodes
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PNSO Dinosaur Museum Children’s Creative Activities Solution Manual / 1 volume
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Creative Activities in Children’s Space
PNSO Dinosaur Museum Creative Activities in Children’s Space Solution: Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Other Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs Scientific Art Exhibition is part of the “PNSO New Aesthetic Education Project: Join ZHAO Chuang and YANG Yang to Creating Amazing Stories on Earth” which is facing to the children aging 6 to 12. In this solution, we provide two scientific art activities.
Activity I: PNSO Dinosaur Museum Scientific Art Exhibition of Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Other Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs: Explore a Scientific Art Exhibition.
Activity II: PNSO Dinosaur Museum Scientific Art Exhibition of Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Other Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs: Join Us in Creating a Scientific Art Exhibition.
Children participating in the activity will learn about designing an exhibition, from planning and preparation to presentation and visiting. They will also participate in the planning, design, and presentation of an exhibition.
We take exhibition, a specialized scientific art activity, as a means to integrate science and art. Children will learn about classification in biology, understand the laws of evolution, and get ideas about the differences between individuals and why the differences exist. They will be able to compare things according to logical rules, have a preliminary sense of creating characters, and eventually use artistic means in an exhibition to share their thoughts.
By taking part in the activities of the PNSO Dinosaur Museum Scientific Art Exhibition of the Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Other Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs, children aged 6-12 will develop readiness in science, writing, logic, practical skills, and expression to enhance their capacities in cognition, thinking, and hands-on.
Explore the exhibition and take a first look how ZHAO Chuang and YANG Yang created Lucas the Giganotosaurus.
Since the name “Dinosauria” first appeared, dinosaurs have left a deep impression on us, as if no other words but “gigantic” and “terrifying” could describe them. Now we’ve known that dinosaurs include a wide range of varieties. Some were massive, others were tiny, some were ferocious hegemons, and others were extremely docile. Still, we seem to favor the gigantic, terrifying, large carnivorous dinosaurs as if only they fit our long-lasting impression of dinosaurs. The “PNSO Dinosaur Museum: Scientific Art Exhibition of Lucas the Giganotosaurus and Large Carnivorous Dinosaurs” will use scientific art to showcase those large carnivores that humans have discovered and named. They were once Earth’s overlords, and they are now telling us the Earth’s stories in another way.
01 Lucas the Giganotosaurus
Speaking of the hegemon in the dinosaurs’ world, we probably think of the Tyrannosaurus rex. Yes, they had gigantic size, robust and sharp teeth, strong hind limbs, and sturdy tails, so we thought that they could easily catch and eat any prey they wanted. However, we should know that T. rex was not the only overlord in the dinosaur world. They ruled what would become the North American region. Not too far away, in present-day South America, a large predatory dinosaur called Giganotosaurus dominated and Lucas was the ruler of the Giganotosaurus tribe.
03 Lucas the Giganotosaurus‘s Head
Lucas the Giganotosaurus had a huge head with a 1.6 meters skull, equivalent to the height of an adult man. Few dinosaurs had bigger heads than Lucas’s. Allosaurus had a head half the size of Lucas’s; even the T. rex‘s head was smaller. The huge head made Lucas look ferocious. However, compared to the head of the T. rex, Lucas’s head was slightly narrower. Its mandible was V-shaped, unlike the T. rex‘s U-shape, but this did not make Lucas less of an attacker.
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