Southlands Diprotodon Opatum has been carefully reconstructed from the skeleton up to reveal a lifelike representation of this amazing Pleistocene era mammal. Every detail is included from the "two forward teeth" from which the Diprotodon name is derived, to the rear-facing pouch which was a classic feature of the female of the species (similar to today's wombat). Diprotodons were the largest marsupial to have ever lived with males growing up to 3-4 meters in length (similar in size & weight to a hippopotamus).
Southlands Diprotodon figurine - Released late 2018 is 1:15 scale & made of a firm but flexible hollow vinyl with a similar feel to PVC but considerably lighter in weight.
Approx. 16.5 x 6 x 11 cm (LWH)