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18 04, 2022

Nanmu Studio Models Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

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Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series prehistoric animal models feature in the latest customer newsletter despatched by Everything Dinosaur. The newsletter included details of seven, newly arrived Nanmu Studio models including the marine reptile “Lord of the Abyss”, Brachiosaurus, the sick Triceratops replica and the Calypso/Santiago Baryonyx figures. The beautiful fallen Triceratops model was given top billing.

Nanmu Studio sick Triceratops dinosaur model in the Everything Dinosaur newsletter
Sick Triceratops given top billing in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

Nanmu Studio Sick Triceratops

The Nanmu Studio sick Triceratops dinosaur model features a fallen Triceratops on a stunning display base. Everything Dinosaur had stocked other Nanmu Studio Triceratops figures in 2021, but this is the first time that this particular horned dinosaur figure has come into stock at the UK-based mail order company.

The Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series sick Triceratops (Heavy Lance) is a 1:35 scale replica.

Nanmu Studio Brachiosaurus models feature in customer newsletter
The two Nanmu Studio Brachiosaurus dinosaur models feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter. Watchman grey (left) and Watchman brown (right).

Brachiosaurus Comes into View

The Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter also features the recently arrived Brachiosaurus figures (Watchman Brachiosaurus). Two colour variants are offered, a grey and a brown version. These sauropod models are huge measuring over forty-two centimetres high.

Baryonyx models from Nanmu Studio feature in an Everything Dinosaur newsletter.
The two stunning Nanmu Studio standing Baryonyx models (Santiago and Calypso) feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Baryonyx Dinosaur Models

A shipment of Nanmu Studio figures arrived last week at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse. As well as more stock of models already sold by the company, the shipment also contained a quantity of Baryonyx figures (Santiago and Calypso standing Baryonyx models). The shipment also contained the resting Santiago Baryonyx model and the Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series “Lord of the Abyss” Mosasaurus replica.

Two Nanmu Studio models feature in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.
The “Lord of the Abyss” mosasaur model (left) and the Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series resting Baryonyx (Santiago). These two prehistoric animal models are part of a shipment of Nanmu Studio replicas that arrived at Everything Dinosaur’s UK warehouse this month (April 2022).

To view the range of Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series prehistoric animal models and figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Nanmu Studio Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.

The Everything Dinosaur newsletter is emailed to subscribers. It is a free newsletter containing information on new products, competitions, product updates and so forth. To request to be added to our database, simply send Everything Dinosaur an email: Send an Email to Everything Dinosaur.

21 03, 2022

Rebor Saurophaganax Models Feature in Newsletter

By | March 21st, 2022|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

The new for 2022 Rebor Saurophaganax models feature in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. All three colour versions of the Rebor Saurophaganax “Notorious Big” 1:35 scale models are in stock (Badlands, Jungle and Volcanic Cavern).

Three Rebor Saurophaganax dinosaur models.
The Rebor Saurophaganax maximus dinosaur model comes in three colour variants “Jungle” (left), “Badlands” (centre) and “Volcanic Cavern” (right). These new for 2022, 1:35 scale dinosaur figures feature in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter (March 2022).

Rebor Saurophaganax maximus Notorious Big!

The three Saurophaganax models are the first dinosaur models to be released by Rebor in 2022. Each model measures over 41 cm in length and has an articulated lower jaw, flexible tail and moveable arms. Some customers have reported difficulties fitting the tail to the model, Everything Dinosaur has passed on helpful information and provided advice.

To assist the tail to slot home, dip the white tail plug into a cup of boiling water for 2-3 seconds. The heat will make the plastic more malleable and allow the tail to be inserted. Please take care when handling hot water.

The Rebor Saurophaganax in the “Volcanic Cavern” colour variant is the first model featured in the Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

Rebor Saurophaganax "Volcanic Cavern" colour scheme features in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.
The new for 2022 Rebor Saurophaganax maximus in the “Volcanic Cavern” colour scheme is the featured product in a recently despatched Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. This crimson- coloured predator has proved to be popular amongst model collectors and dinosaur fans.

Rebor Saurophaganax Models “Jungle” and “Badlands” Colour Variants

The newsletter also features the other two colour variants, the “Jungle” version and “Badlands”. All three figures have proved to be extremely popular amongst model collectors and dinosaur fans.

Rebor Saurophaganax models feature in an Everything Dinosaur newsletter.
The Rebor Saurophaganax maximus “Jungle” on the left with the Rebor Saurophaganax maximus “Badlands” on the right. These two theropod models feature in an Everything Dinosaur newsletter (March 2022).

Originally named and described in 1941 as Saurophagus maximus by the American palaeontologist John Willis Stovall, the genus name was already occupied and in a review of the fossil material published as a short paper in 1995 Daniel J. Chure erected the genus Saurophaganax. This theropod is regarded as one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs described to date from fossils associated with Jurassic strata.

Subscribers to the Everything Dinosaur newsletter receive updates on product availability, information about new releases and can enter exclusive competitions. To request a subscription, simply: Email Everything Dinosaur.

To view the Rebor Saurophaganax models and the rest of the Rebor figures available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Models and Prehistoric Animal Figures.

5 03, 2022

New Schleich Models Feature in Newsletter

By | March 5th, 2022|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

The five recently introduced Schleich prehistoric animal figures are featured in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. There are four new dinosaurs – Styracosaurus, Majungasaurus, Amargasaurus and Parasaurolophus, plus Schleich have added a model of the fearsome marine reptile Nothosaurus. All these figures are now in stock, further increasing customer choice when it comes to Everything Dinosaur toys and dinosaur models.

Many factories have had problems with production over the last two years due to the impact of the global pandemic on logistics and manufacturing. It is great news to see five new Schleich prehistoric animals.

Schleich Styracosaurus dinosaur model features in Everything Dinosaur newsletter.
The new for 2022 Schleich Styracosaurus dinosaur model features in the March Everything Dinosaur newsletter. This is the first new Styracosaurus to be introduced by Schleich since 2013.

Schleich Styracosaurus

The first new figure to feature in the Everything Dinosaur newsletter is the Styracosaurus, an updated replica of the Styracosaurus figure that was introduced by the German manufacturer nine years ago, but then retired in 2016. The hand-painted Schleich Styracosaurus dinosaur model measures a fraction under twenty centimetres in length and it has been praised by many dinosaur fans and model collectors for its attractive colouration and detailed skin texture.

To read an earlier article that looked at the history of Styracosaurus figures made by Schleich: The Evolution of the Schleich Styracosaurus.

Schleich Majungasaurus and Schleich Amargasaurus
The recently arrived Schleich Majungasaurus and the Schleich Amargasaurus feature in the latest (March 2022) Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

Schleich Majungasaurus and Schleich Amargasaurus

Schleich may have produced replicas representing Carnotaurus in the past, in addition, they have made many replicas of sauropods too, but this is the first time that an Amargasaurus and a Majungasaurus have been included in the Schleich product portfolio. The Majungasaurus colouration has been commented upon by collectors. It has been suggested that the paint scheme chosen is reminiscent of the artwork for the “Dinosaur King” animated Majungasaurus from the Japanese computer game.

Schleich Majungasaurus model.
A close-up view of the Schleich Majungasaurus. This dinosaur model does have an articulated jaw. Collectors have commented upon the model’s vivid colouration.

Schleich Parasaurolophus and Schleich Nothosaurus

The other two models to feature in Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter are the Schleich Parasaurolophus and the replica of the Triassic marine reptile Nothosaurus. Schleich have made models representing Parasaurolophus in the past, they have also added replicas of marine reptiles such as Mosasaurus and Plesiosaurus to their model range, but this is the first time that a Nothosaurus figure has been introduced.

To view the range of Schleich prehistoric animal figures and models available from Everything Dinosaur: Schleich Models and Figures.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“It is wonderful to be able to discuss new figures and models, after all, global manufacturing has been hit hard over the last two years or so. It is pleasing to see Schleich adding five new prehistoric animal models to their range. Our customer newsletter helps to inform model collectors and dinosaur fans about new product introductions. We hope that the information we supply assists them and keeps them up to date with product development.”

The Everything Dinosaur Customer Newsletter

The Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter is sent out periodically to our subscribers. It is a free newsletter containing information on new products, competitions, product updates and so forth. To request to be added to our database, simply send Everything Dinosaur an email: Email Everything Dinosaur.

30 10, 2021

New CollectA Models and Mojo Smilodon Feature in Newsletter

By | October 30th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

The last of the new for 2021 CollectA prehistoric animal figures that are due to arrive this year (2021) have featured in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. In addition, team members had the opportunity to include the new Mojo Fun Smilodon figure, the only prehistoric animal model to be introduced by Mojo in the last 12 months and one that is proving to be very popular.

The first model to be shown in the newsletter is the CollectA Deluxe Dilophosaurus, a replica of this Early Jurassic carnivore in approximately 1:40 scale.

The figure has been based on some of the very latest scientific research into Dilophosaurus wetherilli that took place over the last two years or so.

CollectA Deluxe 1:40 scale Dilophosaurus
The CollectA Deluxe Dilophosaurus model, a 1:40 scale figure is the headline model in the October 2021 Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

Introducing More Models of Sea Monsters

CollectA has been praised for developing such a diverse range of prehistoric animal figures. For example, the company has recently added two more sea monsters, inhabitants of the Western Interior Seaway during the Late Cretaceous, the long-necked Elasmosaurus and the ferocious prehistoric fish with a reputation for gluttony – Xiphactinus.

CollectA Xiphactinus and Elasmosaurus models.
The CollectA Xiphactinus and the Elasmosaurus models feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter. CollectA are praised for developing such a diverse range of prehistoric animal models.

Pravitoceras and a New Glyptodont Scale Model

The Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter also includes the new CollectA ammonite replica (Pravitoceras) and the 1:20 scale replica of Doedicurus, complete with its heavily armoured tail club.

CollectA Pravitoceras and the CollectA Deluxe Doedicurus.
CollectA have introduced a heteromorphic ammonite replica (Pravitoceras) and a 1:20 scale model of the glyptodont Doedicurus.

To view the range of CollectA Deluxe figures available from Everything Dinosaur: CollectA Deluxe Scale Models.

To view the range of CollectA not-to-scale figures (Prehistoric Life): CollectA Prehistoric Life.

Model Sets and the Mojo Fun Smilodon

CollectA’s model sets are very popular, especially with younger dinosaur fans or with model makers who want to depict juvenile animals in a prehistoric diorama. CollectA have added a new set of mini models (set 3), for 2021. This set contains 10 figures, 8 dinosaurs, a pterosaur (Guidraco) and a marine reptile (Pliosaurus).

Please note, whilst the package labelling states that there is a mini Diplodocus within the set, this is a printing error. The Diplodocus figure can be found in set 1, whilst set 3 contains a Mapusaurus model which is not mentioned on the product sleeve.

Team members at Everything Dinosaur used our latest customer newsletter to showcase the Mojo Fun Smilodon, a new sculpt and one that has received high praise from model collectors.

To view the range of Mojo Fun prehistoric animals including the new Smilodon available from Everything Dinosaur: Mojo Fun Prehistoric Life.

CollectA Mini Dinosaurs Set 2 and the Mojo Fun Smilodon (2021)
The CollectA mini dinosaurs set 3 contains 10 models but not all of them are dinosaurs. Included in the set is a model of the pterosaur Guidraco and there is a model of the giant marine reptile Pliosaurus. The Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter also featured the popular, recently introduced Mojo Fun Smilodon model.

Everything Dinosaur emails a newsletter periodically to its subscribers. It contains information on new products, competitions, product updates and so forth. To request to be added to our database, simply send Everything Dinosaur an email: Email Everything Dinosaur.

10 10, 2021

Dino Hazard Irritator Features in Newsletter

By | October 10th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

The Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri model features in the latest customer newsletter from Everything Dinosaur. This new for 2021, 1:20 scale dinosaur model of a Brazilian dinosaur designed by a Brazilian design team has been given star billing in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

Irritator challengeri dinosaur model
The Dino Hazard Irritator model available from Everything Dinosaur features in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

In Stock After Product Testing

As a responsible importer and supplier of prehistoric animal replicas, Everything Dinosaur took responsibility for obtaining a sample and then getting this product tested by an independent testing company (Eurofins). Once the test report had come back, Everything Dinosaur was able to legally import these excellent dinosaur models from China into the company’s UK warehouse. Customer safety is at the heart of the company’s business philosophy, once the test reports had been published and team members were able to adopt the report’s recommendations, the Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri stock could be brought into the UK.

Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri figure
Views of the new for 2021 Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri dinosaur model, which has an articulated lower jaw.

Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri

The Irritator challengeri figure is the first dinosaur model to be made under the Dino Hazard brand by YvY Figures. The project had originally been set up as a crowdfunded operation. A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We do appreciate how difficult setting up production has been in this current economic climate. We were able to work with the manufacturer and bring in a quantity of the available stock into our warehouse. By doing this, this stunning 1:20 scale figure will be available to many more collectors and dinosaur model enthusiasts”.

Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri model
The 1:20 scale model is supplied with an optional display base measuring 19 cm x 8 cm and a model of a lungfish.

The Everything Dinosaur Customer Newsletter

The Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter is sent out periodically to newsletter subscribers. It is free and allows customers to be updated about new products, receive offers, take part in exclusive competitions and to be informed about product development.

To subscribe to Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter: Email Everything Dinosaur.

Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri product packaging.
The Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri product packaging.

Measuring around 37 cm in length and supplied with an optional display base and a model of a prehistoric lungfish, typical of the sort of prey this large theropod hunted, the arrival of the Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri figure has been greeted very enthusiastically by fans of prehistoric animal models.

The Irritator model can be found in the W-Dragon section of the Everything Dinosaur website, it can be purchased from here: Find Dino Hazard Irritator challengeri and W-Dragon Models Here.

15 08, 2021

New Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models in Stock

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The latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter features new models from Rebor. The two Museum Class Maquettes Monty Resurgent and Brian Diccus have arrived and the first of the “Retrosaurs”- Californiacation and Mesozoic Rhapsody are in stock. In addition, the next pair of the Rebor GrabNGo tyrannosaurs are also available.

Rebor Museum Class Maquette Monty Resurgent
The Rebor Museum Class Maquette Monty Resurgent 1:11 scale model.

Rebor Titanoboa Figures

After the successful introduction of the limited edition “Monty” replica last year, Rebor have followed this up by producing two 1:11 scale replicas of the head of the giant prehistoric snake Titanoboa (T. cerrejonensis) swallowing a crocodile. Titanoboa is the largest snake known to science. Size estimates vary, but based on the fossilised vertebrae a length of between 12 and 15 metres has been proposed and this huge Palaeocene reptile might have weighed around 1,400 kilograms.

The two Rebor Titanoboa figures are in stock at Everything Dinosaur, Monty Resurgent with the brown crocodile prey and Brian Diccus, with its darker colour scheme and green crocodilian.

Rebor Museum Class Maquette Brian Diccus
The Rebor Museum Class Maquette Brian Diccus 1:11 scale model of a giant prehistoric snake (Titanoboa).

Rebor Retrosaurs

Last year, Rebor announced plans to produce a new range of vintage dinosaur collectables. The objective was to create classic dinosaur figures honouring prehistoric animals in movies from the 20th century. The first of the figures in this exciting range are now in stock. The Rebor 1:35 scale 80s T-REX Toy HD Remastered “Californiacation” and the Rebor 1:35 scale vintage palaeoart T. rex “Mesozoic Rhapsody”, both models feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

Rebor Retrosaurs Californiacation and Mesozoic Rhapsody
The first of the two Rebor “Retrosaurs” have arrived in stock at Everything Dinosaur. The Rebor 1:35 scale 80s T-REX Toy HD Remastered “Californiacation” (left) and the Rebor 1:35 scale vintage palaeoart T. rex “Mesozoic Rhapsody” (right).

Film fans and vintage model collectors have been contacting Everything Dinosaur team members about these two new figures for some time, they are proving to be very popular.

The Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter provides helpful information to model collectors and dinosaur fans as well as free to enter competitions and contests. To subscribe to Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter, simply: Contact Everything Dinosaur.

The Latest Rebor GrabNGo T. rex Models

Our latest newsletter also provided the opportunity to announce the arrival of the latest Rebor GrabNGo T. rex dinosaur models. The new pair of figures are the Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C and the Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type D. These models are at a lower pricing point than the majority of the Rebor range, helping to extend the Rebor product offering to a wider audience.

New Rebor GrabNGo Tyrannosaurus rex models.
New Rebor GrabNGo Tyrannosaurus rex models. The Rebor GNG04 1:35 scale SA T. rex Type C (left) and the Rebor GNG05 1:35 scale T. rex Type D (right).

To see the range of Rebor models and figures available at Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

9 05, 2021

Rare Rebor Models in Stock

By | May 9th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Subscribers to Everything Dinosaur’s customer newsletter were tipped off about stock of rare Rebor prehistoric animal figures and replicas. Limited edition and special production runs of several Rebor figures had been organised and once the current stock had sold, many of these items would not be available again.

For example, the science fiction/fantasy Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 embryo in resinite has been limited to a single production run and only 500 of these amazing replicas have been made.

The special edition Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 embryo specimen in resinite
The special edition Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 embryo specimen in resinite makes headlines in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

Rebor Oddities Specimen: G-2016 Embryos

The Everything Dinosaur newsletter also featured the G-2016 Embryo in epoxide and the G-2016 Embryo in bakelite. Like the resinite figure, only 500 of each of these replicas have been produced and newsletter subscribers were given the opportunity to snap up a figure before they sold out.

Rebor Oddities Specimen Embryos
Only 500 Rebor Oddities Specimen G-2016 embryos (bakelite and epoxide) have been produced. There are no plans to make any more once the current stock has been sold.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“These Rebor G-2016 figures are beautifully crafted science fiction replicas with engraved text and science fiction symbols and they would be a highlight in any model collection. We have had lots of sales in Asia, but we wanted to hold a few back so we could offer these limited edition figures to our newsletter subscribers.”

Compsognathus longipes Dissection Figures

Rebor has built a deserved reputation for their innovative and unusual figures. As well as introducing the embryos, Rebor commissioned a special production run of life-size Compsognathus dissection specimens. Two versions were produced, one of them being the limited edition, highly stylised “Victorian Goth” specimen. Only 500 of these figures have been made, the vast majority of these were pre-sold, however, Everything Dinosaur has held a small number in reserve so we could offer these figures to our subscribers.

Rebor Compsognathus Dissection Replicas
The Rebor Compsognathus longipes dissection replicas including the limited edition Victorian Goth version make an appearance in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

Rebor Abelisaurid Dinosaurs

Rebor is best known for their dinosaur models. Team members thought that they could not feature Rebor without at least drawing attention to a couple of dinosaurs and with the arrival this week of the abelisaurid pair Carnotaurus and Ekrixinatosaurus it seemed fitting to include these 1:35 scale replicas in our newsletter offering. The Rebor Carnotaurus rex “Crimson King Requiem” is a reference to the apex predator position held in southern hemisphere Late Cretaceous palaeoenvironments by members of the Abelisauridae, including Carnotaurus sastrei. The 1:35 scale model of Ekrixinatosaurus (E. novasi) represents another South American abelisaurid. Named and described in 2004, palaeontologists are uncertain as to the size of this “bruiser”. The skull was disproportionately large and this dinosaur was particularly robust – very helpful if you coexisted with Giganotosaurus, one of the largest theropod dinosaurs known to science.

Rebor 1:35 scale Carnotaurus and Ekrixinatosaurus
A pair of ferocious abelisaurids! The Rebor Carnotaurus rex “Crimson King Requiem” (right) and the new Rebor Ekrixinatosaurus “Epitaph” model (left).

Subscribe to Everything Dinosaur’s Newsletter

The Everything Dinosaur email newsletter is sent out periodically, it is free to join, there are no subscription fees to pay. To subscribe to the Everything Dinosaur newsletter simply email us and we will do the rest: Contact Everything Dinosaur.

To view the range of Rebor models and replicas in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals.

16 01, 2021

New PNSO Prehistoric Animals Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

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PNSO Prehistoric Animals Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

The latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter features the exciting new for 2021 editions to the popular PNSO prehistoric animal model range.  In total, seven recently arrived figures are featured, six dinosaurs and a replica of the bizarre Chinese, herbivorous marine reptile known as Atopodentatus (Zewail the Atopodentatus).  Headlining our latest newsletter is the excellent Essien the Spinosaurus, which is not to be confused with the much larger 1:35 scale Spinosaurus replica also called Essien, within the PNSO model range.

Top of the Pops – The PNSO Essien the Spinosaurus (Mid-size Range) Headlines the Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

Featured in the Everything Dinosaur newsletter - Essien the Spinosaurus.

The new PNSO Essien the Spinosaurus features as the headline item in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.  This Spinosaurus dinosaur model has an articulated jaw.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Pair of Duck-billed Dinosaurs

A pair of duck-billed dinosaurs also feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.  Both dinosaurs are members of the Lambeosaurinae, they belong to the crested hadrosaurs group.  This sub-family may have been named after Lambeosaurus, but ironically, Corythosaurus represented by the model named Caroline, was named and scientifically described earlier than Lambeosaurus (represented by the model entitled Audrey).  Corythosaurus was named and described in 1914, whilst Lambeosaurus was formally described in 1923.

A Pair of Duck-billed Dinosaurs (Audrey the Lambeosaurus and Caroline the Corythosaurus)

New PNSO models Audrey the Lambeosaurus and Caroline the Corythosaurus.

PNSO Audrey the Lambeosaurus and Caroline the Corythosaurus.  A pair of duck-billed dinosaurs also feature in the latest edition of the Everything Dinosaur newsletter, Audrey the Lambeosaurus (left) and Caroline the Corythosaurus (right).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Atopodentatus and Tuojiangosaurus Models

The customer newsletter also features the PNSO Atopodentatus and the stunning stegosaur figure Tuojiangosaurus.  Both these prehistoric animals are synonymous with China.  Fossils of the bizarre Middle Triassic marine reptile Atopodentatus come from Yunnan Province, whereas fossils of the Late Jurassic Tuojiangosaurus have been found in Sichuan province that borders Yunnan to the north.

The PNSO Atopodentatus and the PNSO Stegosaur Tuojiangosaurus Feature in the Newsletter

PNSO prehistoric animal models.

Two new for 2021 prehistoric animal models from PNSO (Zewail the Atopodentatus and Qichuan the Tuojiangosaurus).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To request to be added to the Everything Dinosaur newsletter subscribers list, just simply send us an email: Email Everything Dinosaur.

Ornithischians – Borealopelta and Pachyrhinosaurus

The last of the seven new prehistoric animal figures to be featured are both members of the bird-hipped group (Ornithischia), however, they are only distantly related.  Brian the Pachyrhinosaurus is one of several new horned dinosaur models expected in stock at Everything Dinosaur this year, whilst the beautiful Borealopelta is an armoured dinosaur that roamed what is now known as Canada, some 44 million years before the likes of Pachyrhinosaurus wandered across North America.

The PNSO Pachyrhinosaurus and Borealopelta Dinosaur Models

Ornithischian dinosaur models from PNSO.

Brian the Pachyrhinosaurus and Gavin the Borealopelta dinosaur models from PNSO.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view all the new PNSO prehistoric animals in stock at Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.

4 11, 2020

Everything Dinosaur Newsletter Celebrates Dinovember

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Everything Dinosaur Newsletter Celebrates Dinovember

The latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter features the exclusive Beasts of the Mesozoic limited edition Velociraptor osmolskae.  Two more recently arrived Beasts of the Mesozoic models are also showcased in our “Dinovember” bulletin.  The popular Linheraptor (L. exquisitus) and the top-selling Pyroraptor (P. olympius) replicas are back in stock.  In addition, with our thoughts turning to the festive season, we highlight the Papo gift box that features the recently introduced Stygimoloch and Gorgosaurus.  The newsletter also announces two new replicas from Rebor, the Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens.

The Exclusive Velociraptor osmolskae Replica (Beasts of the Mesozoic)

Beasts of the Mesozoic Velociraptor osmolskae

The superb, limited edition Beasts of the Mesozoic Velociraptor osmolskae is in stock and available from Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Beasts of the Mesozoic Raptor Figures

The fantastic Beasts of the Mesozoic Linheraptor and the Fans’ Choice Pyroraptor are in stock at Everything Dinosaur.  These amazing, hand-painted and articulated 1:6 scale models have proved to be exceptionally popular.  A delivery has just arrived at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse just in time for Christmas.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic “Raptors” Linheraptor and the Fans’ Choice Pyroraptor Feature in the Newsletter

Beasts of the Mesozoic Pyroraptor and Linheraptor models.

The popular Beasts of the Mesozoic Linheraptor (L. exquisitus) and the Pyroraptor (P. olympius) are available from Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the Beasts of the Mesozoic “Raptor” range, including the limited edition Velociraptor osmolskaeBeasts of the Mesozoic Models and Figures.

Papo Gift Boxes and the Rebor X-REX Swarm (Plague Variant)

Everything Dinosaur team members get asked at this time of year to recommend Christmas gifts, one of the best-selling items at the moment is the 2020 Papo gift box which features the Papo Gorgosaurus and the bone-headed dinosaur Stygimoloch.  Gift boxes are popular in November and December, so it seemed sensible to feature this item in our latest newsletter.  Fans of the Rebor X-REX series, the alien/Tyrannosaurus rex hybrid will not be disappointed with the second figure in this line, the fearsome X-REX Swarm (plague variant).

Papo Gift Boxes and the Rebor X-REX Swarm (Plague Variant)

Papo gift box and the Rebor X-REX Swarm (plague variant).

The Papo gift box and the Rebor X-REX Swarm (plague variant).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the full range of Papo prehistoric animal models available: Papo Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animals.

Discerning figure collectors, especially those who have a fascination for science fiction have really taken to the introduction of the X-REX range of models from Rebor.  Although the quartet has been delayed, the second figure in the series – Swarm (plague variant) is in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

Furthermore, newsletter readers were provided with details of two new Rebor replicas, both of which are due in early 2021 and are available to pre-order at Everything Dinosaur.

The beautifully detailed Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens with their glass fronted display boxes would make a stunning addition to any collection.  These 1:1 scale Compsognathus figures demonstrate the amazing attention to detail the design team at Rebor have.

The Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes Preserved Dissection Specimens

Rebor Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens.

The Rebor Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To pick up a Rebor X-REX Swarm or to pre-order the Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes specimens: Rebor Models and Figures.

Everything Dinosaur newsletter subscribers received advance warning about pre-ordering the limited edition Victorian Goth Rebor Compsognathus replica, only 500 of these figures have been produced.

To join Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter subscriber database, simply: Email Everything Dinosaur alternatively, fill in the newsletter request form to be found at the bottom of our Everything Dinosaur website home page.

26 09, 2020

Rebor “Bites the Dust” and New Fossil Skulls

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Rebor “Bites the Dust” and Oddities Fossil Studies Skulls

Everything Dinosaur despatched a special newsletter to its subscribers earlier this month announcing the arrival of the two T. rex carcasses in the Rebor “Bites the Dust” model line.  In addition, the newsletter announced that pre-orders were being taken for the exciting Rebor Oddities Fossil Studies Skulls (Wave 1).  All three, beautiful theropod skulls, Yutyrannus huali, Ceratosaurus dentisulcatus and Carnotaurus sastrei were available to pre-order from Everything Dinosaur at very special prices.

The offers don’t just stop there, the newsletter included a special offer on the duo of dead dinosaurs too!

The Rebor “Bites the Dust” Tyrannosaur Carcasses (Plain and Jungle)

Rebor T. rex carcasses "Bites the Dust" plain and jungle colour variants.

The Rebor T. rex carcasses “Bites the Dust” provide the headlines for the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.  Buy the pair at a special discounted price courtesy of Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

T. rex Didn’t Always Win!

The Rebor “Bites the Dust” figures are available in two colour schemes.  Firstly, there is a brown dominated model called “plain”, there is a second model “jungle” with more of a greenish hue.  These carefully constructed carcasses are in 1:35 scale and reflect the fact that tyrannosaurs like most predatory dinosaurs had very tough, short lives.  Most dinosaurs did not make it to adulthood and for tyrannosaurs such as T. rex, life at the top of the food chain was particularly hard.  It was a question of kill or be killed, not only did these theropods have to battle horned dinosaurs and hadrosaurs, they also had to contend with attacks from their own kind as well.  The fossil record provides evidence of tyrannosaurs biting other tyrannosaurs, for example, in 2010, a paper was published in PLOS One entitled “Cannibalism in Tyrannosaurus rex”.  The eminent authors, Longrich, Horner, Erickson and Currie identified four T. rex specimens that preserved potential T. rex bites on their bones.

The Two T. rex Bites the Dust Carcass Models (Plain and Jungle)

The two Rebor "Bites the Dust" T. rex carcasses.

The Rebor T. rex carcass plain (left) and the Rebor T. rex carcass jungle (right) two beautiful 1:35 scale replicas of a deceased Tyrannosaurus rex.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The scientists concluded that Tyrannosaurus rex routinely hunting full-grown members of its own species was unlikely, however, it is possible that intraspecific combat led to casualties, with the dead becoming a convenient source of food for the victorious T. rex.  These figures show bite marks from another very large predator, since T. rex is the only enormous terrestrial carnivore known from the latest Upper Cretaceous deposits of North America, it can be inferred that these two Rebor models show the result of an intraspecific combat.

Rebor Oddities Fossil Studies Skulls

The newsletter also provided subscribers with details of the forthcoming Rebor Oddities Fossil Studies skulls, a set of three amazing theropod skulls, namely, C. sastrei, Y. huali and C. dentisulcatus.  These museum quality replicas are available to pre-order from Everything Dinosaur.

The Rebor Ceratosaurus dentisulcatus and Yutyrannus huali Fossil Skulls

The Rebor Oddities Fossil Skulls (Ceratosaurus and Yutyrannus).

The Rebor Oddities Fossil Skull Ceratosaurus dentisulcatus (left) with the Rebor Oddities Fossil Skull Yutyrannus huali.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Buy All Three at a Discount!

The three fossil skulls, regarded as the first wave in an intended series of skull models are likely to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in November (2020).  Customers have the opportunity to pre-order the replicas and to take advantage of a special offer to purchase all three Rebor Oddities Fossil Studies models.

A Trio of Amazing Fossil Skulls

Rebor Oddities Fossil Studies skulls.

The Rebor Oddities Fossil Studies Carnotaurus sastrei model (left) and the opportunity to pre-order all three skulls at a special discounted price (right).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Rebor “Bites the Dust” T. rex carcasses and the pre-order options for the fossil skulls can be found here: Rebor Models and Figures.

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