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Leedsichthys 3d model

Leedsichthys 3d model

Leedsichthys 3d model Leedsichthys was a large fish that lived in the middle Jurassic period around 160 million years ago. They were bony, plankton-eating fish and grew more than 30 feet long. Low poly, uvw mapped 3d model with...
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Hybodus zuodengensis 3d model

Hybodus zuodengensis 3d model

Hybodus zuodengensis 3d model A species of shark that existed in late Triassic period. They belong to the class Chondrichtyes which literally means ‘cartilaginous fish’. Many fossils were found in China.  Detai...
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6 votes, average: 4.67 out of 56 votes, average: 4.67 out of 56 votes, average: 4.67 out of 56 votes, average: 4.67 out of 56 votes, average: 4.67 out of 5
Tyrannosaurus Rex 3d model

Tyrannosaurus Rex 3d model

Detailed sub-divisional mesh – you can use meshsmooth/turbosmooth in 3ds max to increase mesh resolution. High resolution textures at 2048×1024 pixels. Comes with Diffuse, Normal, Displacement, Specular and Occlusio...
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dinosaur Raptor 3d model

Dinosaur Raptor 3d model

Dinosaur Raptor 3d model – with detailed and realistic texture at 1024 pixels, comes with diffuse and normal maps.
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Ichthyosaurs

Ichthyosaurs 3d model – .max, .obj and .3ds – 6MB The word Ichthyosaurs is derived from Greek word – meaning “Fish Lizard”. Ichthyosaurs lived some 90 million years ago during the Mesozoic era. Thi...
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