3D model of Elasmotherium
Why prehistoric animals have so long names? Maybe this is because they are more like scientific objects than like animals? Well, whatever. Here is one more 3D model of such beast. The 3D model of an Elasmotherium. The 'Thin Plate Beast' 3D model is a 3D model of a genus of giant rhinoceros which stood, on average, 2 metres (6.6 ft) high and 6 metres (20 ft) long, with a single two-meter-long horn in the forehead. The 3D Elasmotherium could have weighed up to 5 tonnes if it were real. But in 3D reality, the Elasmotherium 3D is quite light.
- Media Type:
- 3D Model
Available File Formats
- 3D Studio (.3ds)
- 3ds Max 9.0 (.max)
- OBJ (.obj)
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