Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth Models
As team members at Everything Dinosaur eagerly await the arrival of the new figures in the Mojo Fun Prehistoric and Extinct range, we thought it would be an opportune moment to reflect on some of the current figures in this extensive range of prehistoric animals. As well as lots of different dinosaurs, the Mojo Fun series also includes numerous prehistoric mammals (and not so prehistoric in the case of the Thylacine and the Quagga, as both are only recently extinct).
The Mojo Fun model range includes a splendid Brontotherium replica inspired, no doubt, by the 19th century fossil discoveries, along with a sturdy Deinotherium and three extinct mammalian carnivores, namely Daeodon, Hyaenodon gigas and a Smilodon replica, a staple in most model ranges these days.
Naturally, the Mojo Fun range also features a Woolly Mammoth, a pair to be precise, an adult and a calf.
The Mojo Fun Prehistoric and Extinct Woolly Mammoth Models
Picture Credit: Mojo Fun/Everything Dinosaur
Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoths
Just as with the Smilodon, Woolly Mammoth models (Mammuthus primigenius), tend to be somewhat ubiquitous today and these two excellent Mojo Fun figures can be easily overlooked. However, we urge collectors to consider adding these two delightful figures to their Ice Age animal collection. The adult animal model has a beautifully detailed, long, shaggy coat and the paintwork around the eye is very well done. The adult Woolly Mammoth figure is around ten centimetres high at the shoulders, it makes an ideal and cost effective 1:20 scale figure for use in dioramas. The juvenile model works well with the adult, it has a slightly lighter coat and the model has been sculpted in fine detail. The mouth is open and the trunk raised given the impression of movement.
The Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth Models
Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur
To view the full range of the Mojo Fun Prehistoric and Extinct models available from Everything Dinosaur: Mojo Fun Prehistoric Animal Models.
As for the new for 2020 Mojo figures, they have been delayed but Everything Dinosaur hopes to have them in stock in a few weeks.