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12 06, 2021

The New Rebor GrabNGo Tyrannosaurs are in Stock

By | June 12th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

The two new Rebor GrabNGo T. rex dinosaur models (Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D and Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C) are now in stock at Everything Dinosaur. These eagerly anticipated Tyrannosaurus rex models arrived at the Everything Dinosaur warehouse yesterday and they will be replacing the original GNG Rebor rexes that were introduced in 2020.

Rebor GNG04 and GNG05 T. rex dinosaur models are in stock
Rebor GrabNGo Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur models are now in stock at Everything Dinosaur. Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C (left) and the Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D (right).

1:35 Scale Tyrannosaurus rex Dinosaur Models

The models are the same sculpt but they have very different colour schemes. GNG04 is a dark green figure with subtle black banding, whilst GNG05 can be described as mainly brown-coloured but with prominent white markings on the head and neck. Each figure measures 40 cm in length and is supplied with a transparent support stand to permit Rebor to keep the well-crafted hind feet in proportion with the rest of the model.

The Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C
The Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C is supplied with a transparent support stand.
Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D model
The Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D. The model’s striking colouration reminded team members of the tyrannosaurs depicted in the American documentary series “Dinosaur Revolution” produced by Creative Differences and originally aired on the Discovery Channel around a decade ago.

The Rebor GNGO5 1:35 Scale SA T. rex Type D

The colouration of the Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D, reminds team members at Everything Dinosaur of the Tyrannosaurus rexes that featured in the American documentary series “Dinosaur Revolution” that aired around ten years ago. In the four-part documentary series, the final episode featured the dinosaur dominated biota of the Hell Creek Formation of North America. Several T. rex dinosaurs were featured in this programme. If we recall correctly there were two male T. rexes, one was called “Jack Palance” and another called “Stumpy”. “Stumpy” had a deformed forearm as a result of a fight with the bigger “Jack Palance”, fortunately the Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D has no such disability.

Rebor GrabNGo T. rex dinosaur models are now in stock at Everything Dinosaur.
The new Rebor GrabNGo T. rex dinosaur models are now in stock at Everything Dinosaur. Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C (left) and the Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D (right).

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur praised Rebor for introducing another two, inexpensive dinosaur models into their portfolio and they confirmed that the original GNG T. rexes (Rebor GNG02 1:35 SA T. rex Type A and the Rebor GNG03 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type B) our now out of production and retired.

To view all the Rebor models and figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.

11 06, 2021

PNSO to Add a Tarbosaurus Dinosaur Model

By | June 11th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|1 Comment

In a joint collaboration with PNSO, Everything Dinosaur is pleased to announce that a Tarbosaurus dinosaur model is being introduced into PNSO’s mid-size prehistoric animal model range. Say hello to Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus, the very latest addition to the ever-growing PNSO prehistoric animal portfolio.

This new dinosaur figure is likely to be available from Everything Dinosaur in the late summer of 2021.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus dinosaur model (view of the head)
A close-up view of the head of the new for 2021 PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus dinosaur model.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus

Dinosaur fans and model collectors will be aware that PNSO have ramped up production considerably and numerous new figures have been announced since the end of 2020. Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus is the second member of the Tyrannosauroidea to be announced this year after Yinqi the Yutyrannus (April 2021). Eagle-eyed collectors will note that the Tarbosaurus figure is number 51 in this series, whilst Yinqi, which was announced earlier is number 52.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus product packaging
The product packaging for the new PNSO Tarbosaurus dinosaur replica. Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus is number 51 in the PNSO mid-size model range.

To read Everything Dinosaur’s recent blog post about the addition of a Yutyrannus: PNSO to Introduce a Model of Yutyrannus.

Tarbosaurus bataar

Named and described in 1955, Tarbosaurus (T. bataar) is one of the largest tyrannosaurids known. It is believed to have been slightly smaller than Tyrannosaurus rex, but closely related to the “tyrant lizard king”. Tarbosaurus measured around 12 metres in length and most body weight estimates suggest a figure of between 4,000 and 5,000 kilograms.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus in anterior view
PNSO Prehistoric Dinosaur Models: 51 Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus. This new for 2021 PNSO figure depicts Tarbosaurus as a heavy-set, robust theropod.

Model Measurements

Chuanzi the PNSO Tarbosaurus measures 31 cm in length and it has a head height of 11 cm. The recently introduced new Wilson the T. rex figure is slightly longer (34.5 cm long), so these two models can be displayed together to provide the viewer with a comparison between these closely related Late Cretaceous tyrannosaurs.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus model measurements
The PNSO Chuanzi (Tarbosaurus dinosaur model) measures 31 cm in length and that powerful looking neck supports a head that stands 11 cm high.

Available from Everything Dinosaur in the Summer (2021)

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur confirmed that they intended to stock this figure and that it should be available from them later this summer. They also stated that there were more prehistoric animal figures to be announced.

As with other theropod dinosaur models in the PNSO model range, this new Tarbosaurus will have an articulated lower jaw and it will be supplied with a transparent stand to help support the model.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus dinosaur model
The PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus dinosaur model has an articulated lower jaw.

PNSO have chosen to depict Tarbosaurus as a powerful and heavy-set animal. The figure will be supplied with a transparent support stand.

PNSO Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus with transparent stand
The new PNSO Tarbosaurus (Chuanzi the Tarbosaurus) model is supplied with a transparent support stand.

To view the current range of PNSO prehistoric animal models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.

10 06, 2021

Everything Dinosaur Earns 100 Google 5-star Reviews

By | June 10th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur moved into new and larger premises in April (2021), our contact details for our customers remain the same but the business has relocated so that we can have all our dinosaur and prehistoric animal models in one place. Having moved, it was an opportunity to build up our profile on Google Maps. Reviews and feedback from our customers mean a great deal to us and this week we saw our 100th Google Review posted up on-line. All these reviews are 5-star ratings, every one of them genuine feedback from customers.

Everything Dinosaur has 100 5-star Google Reviews
Since Everything Dinosaur moved into new, bigger premises in April we have set about building up our presence on Google. In the last 8 weeks or so we have been able to gain 100 Google reviews all of them 5-star reviews.

Feedback and Customer Reviews

Feedback and customer reviews are very important to a little, dinosaur-themed company such as ourselves. After all, in these uncertain and challenging times nobody wants to become extinct. Ever since Everything Dinosaur was formed, we have always welcomed feedback from our customers. Our website has over 1,670 customer reviews and comments on it, many thousands more are archived on our previous website manifestations. We continue to work with the independent ratings company Feefo and we have received thousands of Feefo feedback reports too. Our website currently displays around 600 customer reviews and we have received Feefo’s highest award for customer service (Platinum) every year since this accolade was introduced.

Top customer service award for Everything Dinosaur
Everything Dinosaur has been awarded the Platinum Trusted Service accolade from Feefo. The company has been awarded this top honour by the independent ratings company Feefo, ever since the Platinum Trusted Service award was first created.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We are immensely proud of our Google achievement. To be able to pick up 100 customer reviewers in such a short time for a business our size is quite remarkable. In addition, every single one of these 100 customers gave us 5-stars, that’s top marks and we are truly humbled and honoured.”

Thank You

Everything Dinosaur would like to thank all those customers who have taken time out of their busy lives to leave feedback and to provide a review. These comments and testimonials mean a great deal to the company and every single review, blog post feedback and social media post is read and reviewed by team members.

On behalf of everyone at Everything Dinosaur – thank you.

To visit Everything Dinosaur’s website: Everything Dinosaur.

8 06, 2021

Everything Dinosaur’s New Premises

By | June 8th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

The UK-based Everything Dinosaur, a dedicated team that specialises in the supply of museum quality dinosaur and prehistoric animal models has moved into new, bigger premises. The new premises were acquired at the beginning of the year, but COVID-19 restrictions delayed the building of the offices and the bespoke packing rooms as well as the laying out of the racking system and storage facilities for all the various dinosaurs that the company stocks.

Everything Dinosaur's Offices and Warehousing
The new Everything Dinosaur offices and warehousing. In 2021, Everything Dinosaur moved into bigger premises.

Award-winning Dinosaur Company

The award-winning dinosaur company, famed for its customer service, aims to increase the number of different ranges of models that it offers. It already supplies one of the widest ranges of museum quality, prehistoric animal figures and although the warehouse is already very busy, the company does intend to add even more models to its portfolio in the near future.

Everything Dinosaur Signage - New Premises
The signage over the new premises for Everything Dinosaur (warehousing and offices).

Customer Contact Details

A spokesperson for Everything Dinosaur commented that they were determined to retain the customer contact details so that nobody would be inconvenienced by the move. The contact emails and telephone numbers for the company are the same as previously.

The spokesperson also confirmed that they were actively engaged in negotiations with a number of suppliers with a view to exporting more prehistoric animal models and figures from China and elsewhere in the world.

To visit Everything Dinosaur’s award-winning website and on-line store: Everything Dinosaur.

5 06, 2021

Helicoprion Scale Drawing

By | June 5th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Drawings, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

As Everything Dinosaur team members prepare for the arrival of the new for 2021 PNSO Helicoprion model a scale drawing of this strange fish from the Permian has been commissioned. Haylee the Helicoprion model is due to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur later in the summer (2021).

Helicoprion scale drawing
As Everything Dinosaur prepares for the arrival of Haylee the Helicoprion model from PNSO a scale drawing of this Permian fish has been commissioned.

Helicoprion bessonowi

Three species in the Helicoprion genus are currently assigned, each one being distinguished from the others by variations identified in the distinctive tooth whorl. The size of this predator remains uncertain, although based on the morphology of other smaller related fish, Helicoprion has been estimated to have been around 5 to 8 metres in length. In the Everything Dinosaur scale drawing that we have prepared, our image indicates that this strange fish grew to lengths of around 7.5 to 8 metres.

PNSO Haylee the Helicoprion anterior view
PNSO Haylee the Helicoprion replica. The stunning emerald eye on the model is reminiscent of the eye of a Chimaera such as the deep water Rabbit Fish (Chimaera monstrosa) to which Helicoprion is distantly related.

Haylee the Helicoprion

As with the other mid-size PNSO replicas, this stunning model has been given a nickname. The figure is called Haylee the Helicoprion, Everything Dinosaur team members are not sure why Haylee was chosen; however, it is certainly a welcome addition to the PNSO product portfolio and we are looking forward to stocking it later on this year (2021).

PNSO Haylee the Helicoprion model measurements
The model measures 21 cm in length and from the base of the tail fluke to the top of the dorsal fin of the Helicoprion is 7.5cm

Model Measurements

The model measures around 21 cm in length and although PNSO do not declare a scale for this range of prehistoric animal figures, team members estimate that if Helicoprion was around 8 metres in length then this model would be in approximately 1:38 scale or thereabouts.

The fossilised teeth of Helicoprion
Fossilised teeth whorl from a cartilaginous fish. The famous tooth whorl associated with the Permian fish genus Helicoprion.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that they were looking forward to bringing this model into stock and they were also excited about making more new product announcements about PNSO models in the very near future.

To view the range of PNSO prehistoric animal models and figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.

31 05, 2021

Jurassic June Approaches

By | May 31st, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Photos/Pictures of Fossils|0 Comments

Tomorrow, June 1st, marks the official start of summer in the UK. The weather for a change is behaving itself and #JurassicJune is trending on social media. Everything Dinosaur is expecting stock of Beasts of the Mesozoic Wave 1 ceratopsians and more Beasts of the Mesozoic “raptors” to be delivered to their warehouse along with more Rebor figures and possibly some new PNSO models too.

It is going to be a busy few weeks for team members, but perhaps there will be a little time to plan some fossil collecting expeditions. COVID-19 restrictions in England could be revised with some restrictions being lifted in June. This could permit group fossil hunting trips.

Fossil hunting at Monmouth Beach
Will you find a fossil at Lyme Regis? The warmer weather and the possibility of COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England could permit lots of fossil hunting trips including fossil hunting on the famous “Jurassic Coast” of southern England. The photograph was taken at Monmouth Beach which lies to the west of the Dorset town of Lyme Regis.

Fossil Hunting Trips – Some Safety Tips

If you are planning to visit the coast and to do some fossil hunting, here are some safety tips:

  • Always stay away from the cliffs, rock falls can be common.
  • Do not climb on the cliffs or any recent landslips/mudflows.
  • Tell a responsible person where you are going and when you will return.
  • Have a mobile phone handy in case of emergencies.
  • Beware of the threat of landslides, especially after the recent heavy rain.
  • Note the tide times particularly high tide and take the advice of the local coastguard etc.
  • Aim to collect fossils on a falling tide, be aware of the incoming tide especially around headlands where you could easily get cut off and stranded.
  • In rough weather, be aware of strong winds and high waves and the fact that the footing underneath might be slippery.
  • Wear suitable clothing and shoes, sunscreen might prove very sensible too.
Fossil Collecting on the Dorset Coast
Three excellent guides have been published about fossil hunting on the Dorset coast. Titles by Steve Snowball and Craig Chivers. Books such as these published by Siri Scientific Press are essential reading for the serious fossil collector.

If you are looking to acquire some books about fossil hunting, then check out the range of publications from Siri Scientific Press: Books About Fossils and Fossil Hunting.

Some Advice When Collecting Fossils

  • Do not collect or hammer into the cliffs, rocky ledges or other geological features.
  • The best and safest place to find fossils is on the beach where the sea has washed away soft clay and mud – let nature do some work for you.
  • Take a fossil hunting guide with you, such as one of the books in the photograph (above).
  • Keep collecting to a minimum, don’t be greedy, perhaps select a few specimens at the end of the session to take home.
  • Avoid removing “in situ” material be content with a photograph, leave the fossils where they are for someone else to enjoy.
  • Do not collect from buildings or walls.  Take care not to undermine fences, bridges stone walls etc.
  • Take your litter and other rubbish home with you.
  • Observe all notices and signs, some land is privately owned and fossil collecting is not permitted without prior approval.

With the start of official summer time here in the UK, there are going to be a lot of people planning trips to the seaside and perhaps they will go on a fossil hunt or two. Hopefully, these tips will help them to keep safe and allow the hobby of fossil collecting to continue without causing harm to others or the environment.

A trip to the coast to collect fossils.
A trip to the coast – going on a fossil hunt?
28 05, 2021

PNSO to Add a Kronosaurus Model

By | May 28th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

PNSO will add a 1:35 scale model of a Kronosaurus to their scientific art range of figures. The marine reptile figure entitled Jeff the Kronosaurus will be in stock at Everything Dinosaur later in the summer (2021).

PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus marine reptile model
PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus – a close-up view of the mouth and a full body shot showing the new for 2021 marine reptile model.

Two Distinctive Kronosaurus Species

This monstrous short-necked pliosaur measured around ten metres in length. It was a fearsome, apex predator of Early Cretaceous seas (Aptian to Albian faunal stages of the Early Cretaceous) and two species have been named. Kronosaurus queenslandicus was formally named and described in 1924 and this Australian species was joined by Kronosaurus boyacensis from Columbia which was named in 1992.

Swimming into view the PNSO Kronosaurus marine reptile model (Jeff the Kronosaurus)
Swimming into view the PNSO Kronosaurus marine reptile model (Jeff the Kronosaurus)

Colouration of a Killer Whale

The new for 2021 Jeff the Kronosaurus model has a dark topside and a contrasting lighter, almost white shading underneath. Like extant Orcas (Orcinius orca), this colouration would help to break-up this predator’s outline in the water. The lighter underside would have been difficult to spot when viewed from below against a sunlit water surface. The dark markings on the top of the body, would have camouflaged Kronosaurus and made it difficult to pick out from the murky depths when viewed from above in the water column. The colouration of Kronosaurus is unknown, but team members at Everything Dinosaur recognise that the design team at PNSO have been influenced by living marine animals when it came to Jeff’s colouration.

Coming in for the attack, the PNSO Kronosaurus marine reptile model.
The new for 2021 PNSO Kronosaurus marine reptile model.

Kronosaurus Model Measurements

The Kronosaurus model measures 24.6 cm in length and it is 13.1 cm wide across the rear flippers. Although the figure is stated as being in 1:35 scale, based on these measurements, the PNSO model represents and animal around 8.6 metres in length.

PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus in ventral view
PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus (ventral view). In a ventral view the stunning counter shading on the model can be clearly seen.

In Stock at Everything Dinosaur in the Summer of 2021

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that PNSO intended to bring out a lot of prehistoric animal figures in 2021. Jeff the Kronosaurus will likely be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in the summer.

PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus model
PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus model takes a dive.

This new PNSO figure joins Levy the Eurhinosaurus and Paulwin the Dakosaurus marine reptile figures that were introduced by PNSO in 2019. As with the Dakosaurus figure, Jeff the PNSO Kronosaurus has an articulated jaw.

PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus (articulated jaw)
The new for 2021 Kronosaurus model will have an articulated lower jaw.
PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus Product Packaging
The product packaging for the PNSO Kronosaurus figure. Beautiful artwork from Zhao Chuang.

Expected to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in the summer of 2021, Jeff the Kronosaurus marine reptile model is a fantastic addition to the PNSO model range. To view the PNSO models and figures available from Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.

27 05, 2021

Win, Win, Win with Everything Dinosaur

By | May 27th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Book Reviews, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|16 Comments

Everything Dinosaur has another fantastic, prehistoric animal themed giveaway. We have a copy of the new book “Locked in Time” by palaeontologist Dr Dean Lomax with illustrations by Bob Nicholls and we are giving you the chance to win it.

Win a copy of the fantastic book "Locked in time"
Your chance to win a copy of “Locked in Time” by Dean Lomax illustrated by Bob Nicholls. Simply, like our Facebook page and leave a comment naming the two dinosaurs featured on the front cover.

Win a Copy of “Locked in Time”

The internationally recognised, award-winning palaeontologist Dean Lomax has spent a decade researching and writing “Locked in Time” which looks at prehistoric animal behaviour that can be discerned from extraordinary fossil evidence. This fantastic publication is illustrated by the very talented Bob Nicholls and Everything Dinosaur is giving you the chance to win a copy in our free to enter competition.

All you have to do to enter is visit Everything Dinosaur on Facebook “Like” our page, then leave a comment on the competition post naming the two dinosaurs illustrated by Bob Nicholls that feature on the front cover.

Like Everything Dinosaur on /Facebook
Like our Facebook page and enter the competition.

Visit Everything Dinosaur on Facebook: Our Facebook Page.

Or, if you are not on Facebook, just leave a comment on this blog post to enter.

On our Facebook “Locked in Time” competition post leave a comment naming the two dinosaurs on the book’s front cover. For example, if you think that they are Triceratops and T. rex put these answers in a comment under the post.

Win a copy of "Locked in Time"
Win a copy of “Locked in Time” in Everything Dinosaur’s free to enter competition.

Don’t forget to name the two dinosaurs and to “Like” our Facebook Page: Everything Dinosaur on Facebook.

We will draw our lucky winner at random and the “Locked in Time” competition closes at midnight (BST) on Thursday 17th June. Good luck!

Terms and Conditions of the “Locked in Time” Dinosaur Book Competition

Automated entries are not permitted and will be excluded from the draw.

Only one entry per person.

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered.

The Everything Dinosaur “Locked in Time” runs until midnight Thursday 17th June 2021.

Winner will be notified by private message on Facebook or the Everything Dinosaur Blog.

Prize includes postage and packing.

For full terms and conditions contact: Email Everything Dinosaur.

26 05, 2021

Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 Embryos (Resinite, Epoxide and Bakelite)

By | May 26th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur received an email from a potential customer asking for some more information and pictures on the recently introduced Rebor, limited edition specimens G-2016 embryos. We were happy to oblige and to send more photographs of the actual figures and to answer the queries.

Our packing rooms might be very busy with all the parcels being prepared for despatch but we found a quiet work bench, set up the figures and took several photographs of these remarkable Rebor replicas.

The images and information were emailed to the person who had enquired and a few hours later a parcel was despatched containing the G-2016 embryo selected.

Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 Embryos (Resinite, Epoxide and Bakelite)
The three, stunning Rebor Oddities specimens – bakelite (right), epoxide (centre) and resinite (left). Special limited edition science-fiction replicas from Rebor.

Model Measurements

Each block measures 18.5 cm long and stands 10.6 cm tall. The width of each block is 3 cm. They are imposing science-fiction/fantasy figures and Rebor has been praised for producing such innovative and intriguing models. These are radical departments from their usual dinosaur and other prehistoric animal replicas.

As the Rebor Oddities Specimen G-2016 are so unusual, team members at Everything Dinosaur have received a lot of enquiries about them from collectors. We have been happy to take extra photographs of these figures and to email these images and respond to specific questions.

Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 Embryos (resinite, epoxide and bakelite)
Very creative and innovative designs. The Rebor Oddities G-2016 specimens resinite (left), epoxide (centre) and bakelite (right). Limited edition figures from Rebor. Team members at Everything Dinosaur took several photographs of the different replicas to help potential customers with their enquiries.

Limited Edition Figures

The Rebor Oddities G-2016 figures (epoxide, bakelite and resinite) are limited edition items, only a few hundred of each have been produced.

To view these models (whilst stocks last) and to see the rest of the spectacular Rebor range: Rebor Replicas Models and Figures.

22 05, 2021

PNSO to Add More Stegosaurus Models

By | May 22nd, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

In the summer of 2021, Everything Dinosaur will be stocking the new Biber and Rook 1:35 scale scientific art dinosaur models from PNSO. These new dinosaur figures were announced yesterday and the box set will feature an adult Stegosaurus with a juvenile.

PNSO Stegosaurus dinosaur models (Biber and Rook)
The PNSO Stegosaurus dinosaur models (Biber and Rook) in anterior view, these two figures are due to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in the summer (2021).

PNSO Biber and Rook Stegosaurus Models

Biber is the name of the adult Stegosaurus figure and Rook is the epithet given to the baby armoured dinosaur. It is not certain whether the adult Stegosaurus in this set is a male or a female. The figures join an earlier PNSO Stegosaurus replica that was introduced in 2019. The adult Stegosaurus in this new set is a different figure to the 2019 Stegosaurus.

PNSO Stegosaurus models (Biber and Rook) in lateral view
The mother Stegosaurus is protecting her baby. Whether it is a male or female Stegosaurus is immaterial, this pair of stegosaurs joins Bieber the Stegosaurus that was introduced in 2019.

A Wide Range of Armoured Dinosaurs

Biber and Rook the Stegosaurus models are the latest editions to a wide range of armoured dinosaur models offered by Everything Dinosaur and PNSO. The PNSO portfolio includes Rosana the Miragaia, Qichuan the Tuojiangosaurus in the mid-size model range that were introduced in 2020 along with several smaller armoured dinosaur figures such as a Wuerhosaurus and a Kentrosaurus in the “Prehistoric Animal Toys that Accompany Your Growth” series.

The adult Stegosaurus (Biber) measures around 21.5 cm in length and those beautiful plates stand 11 cm high. Everything Dinosaur estimates that on this scale, the baby stegosaur (Rook) is about 5 cm long.

PNSO Stegosaurus (Biber and Rook) model measurements.
The adult PNSO Stegosaurus figure is 21.5 cm long and those magnificent plates are 11 cm tall. We estimate the baby stegosaur to be around 5 cm in length.

Representing Dinosaurs from the Famous Morrison Formation

PNSO have expressed a desire to introduce models that represent prehistoric animals from famous geological formations. These two new figures represent animals from the famous Morrison Formation of western North America. They join the likes of the recently announced Allosaurus figure (PNSO Paul the Allosaurus), as representatives of the dinosaur biota from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation.

PNSO Paul the Allosaurus attacks a pair of PNSO stegosaurs
PNSO are keen to highlight prehistoric animals known from the famous Morrison Formation of the western United States. Biber and Rook join Paul the Allosaurus in the PNSO model range.
New for 2021 PNSO Biber and Rook Stegosaurus Models
PNSO Stegosaurus dinosaur models (Biber and Rook).

Biber and Rook are expected in stock at Everything Dinosaur in the summer (2021). To view the PNSO figures available from Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.

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