Everything Dinosaur Reviews the Papo Dimetrodon Model
The last of the 2013 model releases in Papo’s prehistoric animal range of replicas is the Dimetrodon. It has been worth the wait, as this is a wonderful model of this Permian predator. Dimetrodon may have existed long before the Dinosauria evolved, but for some reason this sail-backed reptile is synonymous with dinosaur model collections. Papo, as a French company refer to their range of prehistoric animal replicas as “Dinosaures”, this can be a little confusing as it now includes a mammal-like reptile, one that is only very distantly related to that part of the reptile family tree that gave rise to the dinosaurs.
Team members at Everything Dinosaur have made a short video review of the model. In this video, it lasts around 5 minutes, we look at the model in detail, highlight some features and discuss fossil evidence that relates to the Dimetrodon genera.
Everything Dinosaur’s Video Review of the Papo Dimetrodon Model
Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur
Earlier in the year, Papo added a Carnotaurus and a Woolly Rhino model replica to their prehistoric animal model range. Only one of the models introduced this year is actually a dinosaur. It is good to see the design team at Papo working on a variety of prehistoric creatures. We know that plans are progressing well with regards to new model introductions for 2014, from the reviews we have received so far for the 2013 models, Papo will have to work hard to maintain their high standards.
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