New Schleich 2019 Models in Stock

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New Schleich 2019 Prehistoric Animal Models in Stock

The July releases of Schleich prehistoric animal models are now in stock at Everything Dinosaur.  Now available from the UK-based specialist dinosaur model retailer are the Schleich Diabloceratops, Dracorex, the juvenile Giganotosaurus and the Schleich Plesiosaurus figure.  These are the final set of prehistoric animal figures to be introduced by Schleich this year and what a splendid quartet they make.

Now in Stock at Everything Dinosaur the Latest Schleich Prehistoric Animal Figures

New for 2019 four more Schleich prehistoric animal models.

Schleich 2019 prehistoric animal figures.  Plesiosaurus (top left), Dracorex (top right), Diabloceratops and the juvenile Giganotosaurus model (bottom).

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To view the four new Schleich prehistoric animal models and the rest of the Schleich range available from Everything Dinosaur: Schleich Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models

New Schleich Prehistoric Animal Models

Schleich has moved to a production system whereby new models are released in two main batches.  The first release took place in quarter 1, this second batch of new models was not due to be available until next month, but as Everything Dinosaur knows how eager their customers were to get these models, we were able to receive all four of these new replicas a little earlier.  In total Schleich have released nine new prehistoric animal figures this year.

A Display Showing Some of the New Schleich Models

New from Schleich in 2019.

New models being introduced into the Schleich prehistoric animal model range.  Everything Dinosaur has all these models and more in stock.

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Schleich Diabloceratops

Measuring around sixteen centimetres in length with a height measured from the tip of those impressive horns of eleven centimetres, the Schleich Diabloceratops works well when compared in scale with the Schleich Triceratops figure that was introduced in 2018.  It is a beautifully painted model and it is great to see a manufacturer producing models of some of the more unusual members of the Ceratopsia.

The Schleich Diabloceratops Dinosaur Model

Schleich Diabloceratops.

Schleich Diabloceratops dinosaur model.

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Schleich Dracorex Model

Another slightly obscure dinosaur added to the Schleich range is a representation of the pachycephalosaur Dracorex (D. hogwartsia).  This dinosaur’s name was inspired by children’s fascination with Harry Potter (Hogwarts School), we suspect the Schleich Dracorex is going to be popular with collectors fascinated with Schleich.

The Schleich Dracorex Dinosaur Model

Schleich Dracorex model.

Schleich Dracorex dinosaur model.

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The Schleich Juvenile Giganotosaurus Dinosaur Model

Joining the recently introduced adult Giganotosaurus is this eye-catching replica of a juvenile Giganotosaurus.  Measuring around twenty-six centimetres in length, this is quite a large Schleich model.  Just like the Schleich adult Giganotosaurus figure, the Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus has an articulated lower jaw.

The Schleich Juvenile Giganotosaurus Dinosaur Model

Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus model.

Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus dinosaur model.  This Schleich dinosaur model has an articulated lower jaw.

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Schleich Plesiosaurus

The last of the four models to be introduced is not a dinosaur, but a marine reptile, a Plesiosaurus.  The long-retired Schleich “Saurus” range included a plesiosaur figure, but as far as we can recall it has been many years since this company made a Plesiosaurus.

The Schleich Plesiosaurus Model

Schleich Plesiosaurus model.

Schleich Plesiosaurus.  This marine reptile figure has a flexible, bendy neck.

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