Searching for Beasts of the Mesozoic Figures

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The Beasts of the Mesozoic range of figures has grown into a considerable portfolio of articulated dinosaur models. The first of these exciting scale models, the first wave of “raptors” was in stock at Everything Dinosaur back in 2018. Since then, there have been additions and amendments to the range of feathered theropods incorporated into the range and three waves of articulated ceratopsian figures.

As Everything Dinosaur team members constantly review and update the key words and phrases associated with product searches on their website, time was taken out of their busy schedule to examine the key words assigned to the Beasts of the Mesozoic section of the site.

Beasts of the Mesozoic articulated dinosaur models
Team members at Everything Dinosaur put together this little montage of Beasts of the Mesozoic figures and models to try to illustrate just how big this range of articulated dinosaur models has become.

Ceratopsians in Abundance

The first wave of articulated horned dinosaur figures was added a couple of years ago and there have been two further waves since, culminating in the recent addition of seven new ceratopsians namely:

Albertaceratops, Pentaceratops, the large, Late Cretaceous, Chinese horned dinosaur Sinoceratops, Torosaurus, an adult Triceratops, Utahceratops and Xenoceratops. As the number of different genera have been increased, so team members have been keeping tabs on the keywords and phrases associated with searches for this part of the Everything Dinosaur website.

Beasts of the Mesozoic Albertaceratops dinosaur model
The Beasts of the Mesozoic Albertaceratops dinosaur model. A. nesmoi, part of the third wave of horned dinosaurs introduced in the Beasts of the Mesozoic ceratopsian series.

Torosaurus latus and Triceratops horridus

The two largest figures in wave 3 are the adult Triceratops horridus and the Torosaurus latus models. Both models measure over 45.5 cm in length and have a declared scale of 1:18. These figures are even bigger than the Pachyrhinosaurus and the adult Centrosaurus that were introduced previously, P. lakustai measures over 38 cm long whilst the Centrosaurus apertus is an impressive 40.6 cm in length.

Beasts of the Mesozoic adult Triceratops and Torosaurus
The largest figures in wave 3 represent two of the largest horned dinosaurs known to science. Torosaurus latus (left) and Triceratops horridus (right).
Beasts of the Mesozoic Torosaurus latus dinosaur model.
A view of the Beasts of the Mesozoic Torosaurus articulated dinosaur model out of its packaging.
Beasts of the Mesozoic adult Triceratops
The new for 2021 Triceratops horridus (adult figure) in the Beasts of the Mesozoic range. The figure has been removed from its box at the request of a customer who wanted to see how the model was articulated.

Tyrannosaur Range Planned

The Beasts of the Mesozoic product portfolio will become even bigger and diverse next year (2022). A tyrannosaur themed range is planned, this too will be introduced gradually, in a series of waves. When these theropod models ae added, the website will need updating and the keywords and phrases associated with it will be reassessed.

To view the range of Beasts of the Mesozoic models currently in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Beasts of the Mesozoic Models and Figures.