Everything Dinosaur team members have been helping fossil collector and dinosaur fan Robert source various prehistoric animal figures and replicas to accompany his fossil collection. As a token of appreciation, he sent a little gift to our offices to say thank you for our work.

The parcel got mislaid on its way from Scotland to our warehouse but it finally arrived yesterday and when the package was opened we found this model of three hatching dinosaurs inside.

A model of hatching dinosaurs
A model of three hatching dinosaurs sent to Everything Dinosaur by a delighted customer.

Maiasaura peeblesorum

Recently Robert had telephoned asking us to help him source a model of a Maiasaura with young. A dinosaur model featuring a Maiasaura with a nest was once part of the Carnegie collection of figures, but this range was retired and went out of production back in 2014. We were able to provide Robert with a fact sheet on this herbivorous dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Montana.

In gratitude and as a token of appreciation we were sent this little gift of hatching dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Hatchlings
Dinosaur hatchlings. After providing some information on the Late Cretaceous hadrosaurid Maiasaura (M. peeblesorum) to a customer, Everything Dinosaur received this little gift in return – a trio of hatching dinosaurs.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We were very touched to receive this little gift. We try our best to help customers and we provide all kinds of advice, information and support. We took some photographs of the hatching dinosaurs in our packing room and now we have put this on display in one of our offices.”

Hatching dinosaur models.
A trio of hatching dinosaurs complete with eggs. A little token of appreciation sent to Everything Dinosaur from a grateful customer.

Thank you from Everything Dinosaur

When the parcel arrived, we sent an email to Robert, just to let him know that the parcel had got to us safely and to thank him for his very kind gesture.

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