Brachiosaurus Replica from Papo Due in September
Everything Dinosaur team members have been informed that the new Papo Brachiosaurus replica has been further delayed. Sources close to Papo state the model should be available in September. The Brachiosaurus replica, the largest dinosaur model that Papo have attempted to make, was due to be launched in July of this year, but this was put back to this month. Now Papo staff are saying that the production has been delayed and that stock should be ready for shipping in September.
The Papo Brachiosaurus Model
Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur/Papo
A spokesperson for Everything Dinosaur commented:
“The Papo range of prehistoric animals has been extended this year and the Brachiosaurus model was always going to be the last model introduced. It measures nearly 32 centimetres high and represents an approximate 1:55 scale model of a Brachiosaur. Papo will be keen to maintain the high standards they have achieved with their model ranges and will be doing all they can to make the model as good as possible. We are looking forward to finally getting our hands on stocks of this dinosaur model, we have been promised that Everything Dinosaur will be one of the first to receive their allocation”.
To view Everything Dinosaur’s range of Papo models: Papo Dinosaurs
The award winning Papo range marketed in France as the “Dinosaures” range, currently consists of sixteen dinosaur models (counting the green and brown versions of the standing T. rex). The range has one Pterosaur (Pteranodon), two marine reptiles as well as a set of Woolly Mammoth models, a Smilodon replica and two figures of cavemen. The company has built up a strong reputation for the quality of the replicas and figures.