Unpacking and Displaying the Limited Edition Rebor Club Selection Hatching Baryonyx “Hurricane”
This week has seen the arrival of the eagerly anticipated Rebor Club Selection hatching Baryonyx figure “Hurricane”. Team members at Everything Dinosaur have been busy contacting all those customers who took advantage of our offer to reserve one of these limited edition dinosaur replicas. The first of these highly collectable prehistoric animal models have already been despatched, however, we did take time away from our packing duties to post up a quick guide to unpacking and displaying this beautiful dinosaur model.
Hints and Tips when Unpacking and Displaying the Rebor Club Selection Hatching Baryonyx “Hurricane”
Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur
Only 1,000 Figures Made
The total production run is only 1,000 figures. Each figure has a unique number on the base, so this Rebor hatching Baryonyx is a real piece for collectors. In our short video, (just over a minute in length), we show how to unpack the model from its protective foam packaging. We also provide some advice on how to secure the dinosaur egg to the special display stand, after all, with such a limited edition Rebor replica, you don’t want the dinosaur model falling over and potentially getting damaged.
The Limited Edition Rebor Club Selection Hatching Baryonyx Figure
Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur
To view the Rebor Club Selection Baryonyx figure and the rest of the prehistoric animals in the Rebor range: Rebor Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Models
Famous Thumb Claws
Baryonyx (B. walkeri), is famous for its super-sized thumb claws. We are advising customers to take great care when first removing the figure from the protective foam packaging. The claws can be broken off, if care is not taken to remove the figure from the foam. In addition, Rebor has modelled an elongate-shaped egg for their Theropod dinosaur. This is entirely in keeping with the shape of Theropod dinosaur eggs. Lots of different dinosaur eggs have been classified (classified by shape, pore structure and size), there is actually an oogenus (the term used when classifying an organism from eggs), called Elongatoolithus – ee-long-gah-two-lith-us which describes Theropod eggs. The elongate egg needs to be carefully placed on its display base. If customers are not careful then the egg could topple over and there is a danger that the figure might be damaged.
Hopefully, a short, instructional video will help. Everything Dinosaur recommends that customers use double-sided tabs to secure their model when on display. Alternatively, something like reusable, sticky putty can be utilised just to help the elongate egg sit securely on its display base.