New Beasts of the Mesozoic Figures for 2019

Everything Dinosaur will be stocking all nine of the new for 2019 Beasts of the Mesozoic “raptors” in the spring.  The amazing Beasts of the Mesozoic range of 1/6th articulated feathered dinosaur figures is being extended and Everything Dinosaur will be stocking all the new additions including the limited edition Velociraptor osmolskae replica “Alpha”.

The Limited Edition Velociraptor osmolskae Figure “Alpha” Coming to Everything Dinosaur in Spring 2019

Beasts of the Mesozoic limited edition V. osmolskae "Alpha"

The stunning limited edition Velociraptor osmolskae 1:6 scale figure will be available from Everything Dinosaur in spring 2019.

Picture Credit: Creative Beast Studios/Everything Dinosaur

New “Raptor” Figures Flocking Your Way in Spring 2019

The beautiful and skilfully crafted articulated models in this highly sought after range represent several different types of maniraptoran dinosaur and the spring 2019 models will feature new colour variants of popular figures such as Velociraptor mongoliensis and Dromaeosaurus albertensis.

The nine new sets coming into stock 2019:

  • Limited edition Velociraptor osmolskae figure.
  • Dromaeosaurus albertensis new colour variant.
  • Velociraptor mongoliensis new colour variant.
  • Velociraptor mongoliensis (black).
  • Saurornitholestes sullivani new colour variant (road runner) – see picture below.
  • Velociraptor osmolskae new colour variant.
  • Eastern “raptor” set featuring new colour versions of Microraptor and Mononykus.
  • Western “raptor” set featuring new colour versions of Buitreraptor and the young Stenonychosaurus.
  • White nestlings.

The New for 2019 Beasts of the Mesozoic Saurornitholestes sullivani Figure 

Flocking your way - the new for 2019 Saurornitholestes sullivani figure.

The purple Saurornitholestes sullivani figure (new for 2019).

Picture Credit: Creative Beast Studios/Everything Dinosaur

The New for Spring 2019 Velociraptor osmolskae Figure

V. osmolskae - Beasts of the Mesozoic

Beasts of the Mesozoic V. osmolskae.

Picture Credit: Creative Beast Studios/Everything Dinosaur

The Trio of White Nestling “Raptors” Flocking Your Way in Spring 2019

White nestlings - Beasts of the Mesozoic.

Beasts of the Mesozoic white nestlings set.

Picture Credit: Creative Beast Studios/Everything Dinosaur

Beasts of the Mesozoic “Raptor” Figures

To view the current range of Beasts of the Mesozoic figures available from Everything Dinosaur, the exclusive European distributor for this range: Beasts of the Mesozoic Collectable Figures

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“It is thought that maniraptoran dinosaurs, just like all the over non-avian dinosaurs had excellent colour vision, so it is very appropriate that such a colourful range of new figures should be added to the already impressive Beasts of the Mesozoic range.  These highly-collectable, articulated figures are fantastic display pieces and we heartily recommend all nine new additions to collectors aged fourteen years and older.”

The New Black Velociraptor Beasts of the Mesozoic Figure

Velociraptor mongoliensis (black)

The amazing “black” Velociraptor mongoliensis dinosaur figure, due to arrive in spring 2019.

Picture Credit: Creative Beasts/Everything Dinosaur

Aimed at Discerning Dinosaur Model Fans and Figure Collectors

The beautiful Beasts of the Mesozoic range of dinosaur figures is aimed at discerning model and figure collectors.  Hand-painted, articulated prehistoric animal replicas to display that are ideal for the serious, enthusiastic fan of prehistoric animal figures and palaeoart. State-of-the-art modelling techniques have been utilised to produce fantastically detailed feathered dinosaur figures, with numerous points of articulation.  Each Beasts of the Mesozoic prehistoric animal figure is based on the latest scientific research and when supplied by Everything Dinosaur, they come with a fact sheet and scale drawing so collectors can learn more about these fascinating members of the Dinosauria.

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