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metal earth bugs - dragonfly
MMS064

DRAGONFLY

1 Sheet
Easy
Has large multifaceted eyes, two pairs of strong transparent wings, and an elongated body. Dragonflies are among the fastest flying insects in the world capable of attaining speeds of more than 40 miles per hour. They are important predators that eat mosquitoes, and other small insects like flies, bees, ants and wasps. They are usually found around marshes, lakes, ponds, streams, and wetlands.
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Metal Erath Bugs - Praying mantis
MMS069

PRAYING MANTIS

1 Sheet
Easy
The name comes from the Greek word meaning prophet because they appear to be praying when their forelegs are clasped together. They are carnivorous and are equipped with sharp spines along their front legs to grasp prey. The mantis is a very unique insect in that it can turn its head 180 degrees, has only one ear and some are large enough to capture humming birds.
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metal earth  bugs - scorpion
MMS070

SCORPION

1 Sheet
Easy
This predatory arachnid has eight legs and is easily recognized by a pair of grasping claws and a narrow segmented tail that is often carried in a characteristic forward curve over its back, ending with a venomous stinger. Scorpions can grow as large as 20 cm. Their venom has a fearsome reputation but only about 25 out of almost 1500 species are known to have venom capable of killing a human.
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metal earth bugs - stag beetle
MMS071

STAG BEETLE

1 Sheet
Easy
The name is derived from the large and distinctive mandibles found on the males that resemble the antlers of stags. It is the largest terrestrial insect in Europe. Males use their jaws to wrestle each other for favored mating sites in a manner that parallels the way stags fight over females.
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metal earth bugs - tarantula
MMS072

TARANTULA

1 Sheet
Easy
Comprises a group of more than 900 types of often hairy and very large arachnids. Most species of tarantulas are not dangerous to humans and some species have even become popular in the exotic pet trade. Their prey are insects, rodents and even small birds. In the wild, female tarantulas can live for more than 30 years.
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ICONX Peacock
ICX112

ICONX Peacock

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Han's Speeder
MMS413

Han's Speeder

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Independence Hall
MMS157

Independence Hall

Is the birthplace of America. The Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were both debated and signed inside this building. Also, George Washington was appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in 1775 and the Articles of Confederation were adopted in 1781.
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Vespa Primavera 150
MMS155

Vespa Primavera 150

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Horse Armor
MMS143

Horse Armor

During the late Middle Ages as armored protection for knights became more effective, their mounts became targets. Barding was developed in response to this vulnerability, The armor consisted mainly of plate armor and hardened leather.
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European (Knight) Armor
MMS142

European (Knight) Armor

The plate armor used for this model is associated with the knights of the European Late Middle Ages. By about 1400 AD, the full harness of plate armor had been developed which allowed heavy cavalry to dominate the battlefield for more than a century.
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Chinese (Ming) Armor
MMS141

Chinese (Ming) Armor

This model is an example of some of the most magnificent and iconic armor from ancient China. It was worn by the Dahan General, a group of some 1,500 guardians that belonged to the army of the secret service of the Ming Dynasty. Their task was to protect the emperor and the dynasty.
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Japanese (Toyotomi) Armor
MMS106

Japanese (Toyotomi) Armor

This model is a replica of the armor worn by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, the preeminent daimyo, warrior, general, samurai, and politician of the Sengoku period and is regarded as Japan's second "great unifier”.
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Osaka Castle
ICX109

Osaka Castle

Is one of Japan's most famous landmarks. It was built in 1583 and played a major role in the unification of Japan during the sixteenth century
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