PNSO Megalodon Model – More Information
At Everything Dinosaur, we try our best to respond to all the enquiries, questions and emails that we receive from our customers. This is no mean feat considering the thousands of customers we have all over the world, but we do try hard to answer all the queries in a timely fashion. For example, having produced a short video featuring the large Megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon) replica from PNSO, we were asked to show more details of this shark model. To this end, within 24-hours, we produced another brief video showing the prehistoric shark model in greater detail.
The PNSO Large Megalodon Model – Showcasing “Patton” the Megalodon
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PNSO Megalodon “Patton” Large Prehistoric Shark Model
In this short video presentation, we reaffirm the model’s size (it measures around 32 centimetres in length), we estimate the model’s scale at approximately 1:50 based on the length of Carcharocles megalodon at around 16 metres. In addition, we highlight the “battle scarring” on the model and discuss the figure’s gloss finish. Large predators tend to pick up a variety of injuries, we suspect Megalodon was no exception. If it preyed on marine mammals, we expect creatures such as Obobenocetops which was contemporaneous with this prehistoric shark, not to succumb without putting up a fight. Scars and tears in the fins would be just part of being an apex predator.
Holding a PNSO Megalodon Shark Model
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A Glossy Wet-look
In this short video, we also comment on the finish of this shark replica. The new version of “Patton” (the large PNSO Megalodon figure), has a glossier finish than its predecessor. The model’s seams are much less visible and the addition of a gloss provides a pleasing wet-look finish to the figure. As the video narrator remarked, the wet-look is very appropriate given the fact that this is a model of a marine animal.
For further details about the impressive PNSO Age of Dinosaurs model range, including information about the PNSO Megalodon figures visit: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs Figures and Replicas.