Rebor Fallen Queen, Straight-tusked Elephants and Paleo-Creatures Feature in Newsletter

Everything Dinosaur’s latest customer newsletter has been circulated and it contains lots of helpful information about new products, stocking levels and updates on forthcoming introductions.  The headline features the return of the extremely popular Rebor Fallen Queen (Triceratops horridus) figure.  Version two of this figure is back in production and Everything Dinosaur has received stocks of this super replica which makes a fantastic addition the Rebor King T. rex model.

The March Newsletter has Triceratops in the Headlines

The Rebor Triceratops figure (Fallen Queen) features in an Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

The Rebor T. horridus in the March newsletter from Everything Dinosaur.

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The Rebor Fallen Queen is a Stand Alone Figure or can be used in Conjunction with the Rebor 1:35 scale T. rex Replica

The Rebor Fallen Queen and the Rebor King T. rex.

The Rebor Fallen Queen (version 2) with the Rebor King T. rex figure.

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Everything Dinosaur customers who had requested a model be reserved for them have already been contacted.

To view the range of Rebor replicas available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Scale Models and Figures

Palaeoloxodon antiquus – Straight-tusked Elephant

On the subject of reserve lists, Everything Dinosaur’s priority reserve list for the second model in the Eofauna Scientific Research scale model series is now open.  The Straight-tusked elephant (P. antiquus) has already generated a lot of excitement after our joint press release with our friends at Eofauna.  A number of museums and other institutions have already made enquiries and this 1:35 scale figure will be with us in June.

Proving Very Popular Already – The Eofauna Scientific Research Straight-tusked Elephant Model

Palaeoloxodon antiquus model reserve list.

The reserve list is now open for the Eofauna Scientific Research Straight-tusked elephant.

Picture Credit: Eofauna Scientific Research/Everything Dinosaur

To join our priority reserve list for this stunning Straight-tusked elephant scale model, simply drop Everything Dinosaur an email: Email Everything Dinosaur

Leave the rest to us, you don’t have to have a memory like an elephant, we will reserve a figure for you and a team member will personally email you to let you know that the stock has arrived.

Extinct Animals from Paleo-Creatures and a Soft Toy Dodo

Our latest bulletin also features three new figures from Paleo-Creatures, the “sleeping dragon” Mei long, a marvellous Arthropleura model and especially for fans of early armoured dinosaurs, a splendid Scelidosaurus replica.  These new additions are in stock and currently available from Everything Dinosaur.

Paleo-Creatures Replicas and a Dodo Soft Toy

Paleo-Creatures and a Dodo soft toy.

Extinct creatures feature in the Everything Dinosaur March 2018 newsletter.

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The Paleo-Creatures range of hand-crafted prehistoric animals: Paleo-Creatures Models and Figures

Standing a fraction under twenty centimetres high, the new Dodo soft toy has been skilfully crafted and it looks incredibly cute.  There are just a few of these remarkable plush Dodos in stock so grab yours before they become extinct.  Best of all, you don’t have to travel all the way to Mauritius to pick one up.

The Dodo Soft Toy Available from Everything Dinosaur

Dodo soft toy.

Soft toy Dodo available from Everything Dinosaur

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To view the soft toy Dodo and other prehistoric animal soft toys: Prehistoric Animal Soft Toys

PNSO Triceratops “Doyle” and the Eofauna Scientific Research Steppe Mammoth

Concluding our latest newsletter, we feature the stunning and extremely rare PNSO Triceratops “Doyle” figure along with the very first figure in the Eofauna Scientific Research range, the 1:40 scale Steppe Mammoth model (Mammuthus trogontherii).  These two scale models have proved to be extremely popular with model collectors.

The PNSO Triceratops Figure “Doyle” and the Eofauna Scientific Research Steppe Mammoth

Eofauna Scientific Research Steppe Mammoth and the PNSO Triceratops (Doyle).

PNSO Triceratops Doyle and the Eofauna Scientific Research Steppe Mammoth.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Steppe Mammoth figure measures nineteen centimetres long and is just under twelve centimetres high at the shoulders, it can be found here: Eofauna Steppe Mammoth model

Coming from the PNSO Age of Dinosaurs range, the Triceratops “Doyle” is also in 1:35 scale, it measures around 26 centimetres in length and the base upon which the replica stands is a little over nineteen centimetres long.

The PNSO Triceratops “Doyle” can be viewed here: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs

We look forward to sending out more newsletters later on in the spring.  Remember, if you want to join our newsletter list simply drop Everything Dinosaur an email, expressing your wish to get our periodic newsletters: Email Everything Dinosaur to Subscribe to our Newsletter

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