Stego's tail spikes, called a thagomizer, could grow up to 90cm (3 ft) in length! They would swoosh it around to protect themselves from predators. Their distinct back plates have also been a hot topic of debate with conflicting views on whether it's just an aesthetic, or it fulfils some functionality!
Good for nature AND for you! EUGY encourage creativity as well as being environmentally friendly.
So go on...bring home your wild!
THE EUGY STORY:
Professional travel writer, Hoon, trekked up Mount Everest and saw piles of plastic waiting hundreds of years to decompose, and thought, something had to be done.
With fond memories of playing around in nature as a kid, Hoon wanted to protect it. And so his mission began: to help connect people to our nature and wild, so that we could all work together to protect our beautiful planet.
Upon his return home to New Zealand, he visited his local recycling centre and found stacks of cardboard – one of the most recyclable materials! After testing in his basement garage, the 3D cardboard animal puzzles were born.
To spread the love for our planet, sustainable, fun, safe, and educational EUGYs were created with a spoonful of cuteness!