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Meat eating dinosaurs had sharp claws for catching their prey. This is a replica of the biggest claw from a Tyrannosaurus foot. The two grooves either side of the claw held a sharp 'fingernail' which covered and protected the claw bone. This item is held at National Museum Cardiff. 

This item is part of the Dinosaur Detectives Teaching Resource for Foundation and Key Stage 2:

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