Check out the Pachycephalosaurus Jurassic Park Statue. “A Pachy... a pachy... oh, hell. Uh, the fathead with the bald spot. Friar Tuck!.”Audiences around the globe were able to feel the magic of Jurassic Park again when The Lost World: Jurassic Park premiered in 1997. A hilarious scene ensued when big game hunter Roland Tembo attempted to explain just what a Pachycephalosaurus resembled. Pachycephalosaurus, or thick-headed lizard, is one of the more colorful dinosaurs of The Lost World and its unusual appearance has made it a favorite among fans. However, until now, the Pachycephalosaurus has been ignored as a collectible that you can own.Chronicle Collectibles is proud to announce that for the first-time ever you can bring home “Pachy” to round out your growing collection of Chronicle Collectibles Jurassic Park pieces. The Pachycephalosaurus continues the line of cinema-quality statues molded directly from the maquettes originally created by Stan Winston Studios.The Pachycephalosaurus will make a unique conversation piece to display in your home or office. Made to exacting detail, this statue is set on a circular base designed to resemble a dirt and rock-strewn surface. Each one of these stunning pieces will be individually numbered. With a very low edition size, this is truly a piece that a Jurassic Park fan can be delighted to own.