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9 05, 2021

Rare Rebor Models in Stock

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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).

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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.

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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).

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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).

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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).

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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.

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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.

To subscribe to Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter, simply email the company and request a subscription: Email Everything Dinosaur to Subscribe to Newsletters.

10 09, 2020

New Papo Models Feature in Newsletter

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New Papo Models Feature in an Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

New Papo models feature in the Everything Dinosaur early September newsletter including the controversial Papo Giganotosaurus dinosaur model.  The Papo Giganotosaurus is very well made and distinctly Papo, however, its anatomically inaccurate stance and unusual body proportions have led to criticism from some prehistoric animal model collectors.  This substantial dinosaur model has certainly divided opinions.  Some collectors might regard it as a throwback to much earlier dinosaur sculpts but there is no denying the quality of the finish and the excellent detailing, especially those carefully created skin folds and scales.

The Papo Giganotosaurus Dinosaur Model Features in the Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

Papo Giganotosaurus dinosaur model.

The new for 2020 Papo Giganotosaurus dinosaur model headlines the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

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Papo Chilesaurus and the New Colour Variant Papo Parasaurolophus

Such has been the excitement and controversy over the introduction of the Papo Giganotosaurus dinosaur model, that the other recently introduced Papo models have been somewhat overlooked by dinosaur model fans and collectors.  However, Everything Dinosaur team members were eager to make amends and include the Papo Chilesaurus and the new colour variant of the Papo Parasaurolophus model in the company’s newsletter too.

Making Waves of Their Own (Papo Chilesaurus and the Papo Parasaurolophus Models)

Papo dinosaurs feature in an Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

The new for 2020 Papo Chilesaurus and the recently introduced Papo Parasaurolophus colour variant feature in the latest edition of the Everything Dinosaur company newsletter.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To pick up a new for 2020 Papo Giganotosaurus or any of the other Papo prehistoric animal models including the Parasaurolophus and the Chilesaurus: Papo Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Models.

A Popular Postosuchus and a Rare Bullyland Ichthyosaur

Everything Dinosaur had received a number of enquiries about the popular, recently introduced Schleich Postosuchus figure.  More stock of this replica of a Late Triassic predator had recently arrived and team members were keen to communicate this information to our subscribers.  In addition, there were just a few of the very rare and now out of production Bullyland Ichthyosaurus models still available.  This Ichthyosaurus figure had been officially retired around seven years ago, it was first omitted from the Bullyland brochure back in 2013.  We know how collectors like to acquire rare models, so we included a mention of the Bullyland Ichthyosaurus in our newsletter, helping our customers to avoid paying exorbitant prices for the same figure on auction sites.

Promoting a Popular Postosuchus and a Rare Bullyland Ichthyosaur

Prehistoric Postosuchus and the Bullyland Ichthyosaurus feature in Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

The popular Schleich Postosuchus model is back in stock and there are a few limited edition Bullyland Ichthyosaurus models still available.

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.

22 08, 2020

Rebor Figures Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

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Rebor Figures Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

The new Rebor X-REX Swarm (plague variant), makes headlines in the Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.  The arrival of this new figure has made headlines in the latest customer newsletter to be sent out by the UK-based company.  This eagerly anticipated figure from Rebor, the second in their science-fiction/dinosaur hybrid series, had been delayed in production due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, this beautifully-crafted figure is now available.

The New Rebor X-REX Swarm (Plague Variant) Makes Headlines

Making headlines the Rebor X-REX Swarm "Plague Variant".

The Everything Dinosaur newsletter highlights the arrival of the second figure in the Rebor alien/T. rex series – the X-REX Swarm (plague variant).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To purchase the Rebor X-REX Swarm in the plague variant colouration: Rebor Scale Models and Figures including X-REX Swarm and Broodlord.

An Articulated Figure

The model has a detachable tail which is also flexible, moveable arms and an inner jaw piece.  The figure is very detailed and the skull looks incredible (see picture below).

The Very Alien Rebor X-REX Swarm Model

Swarm - plague variant.

A close view of the amazing head of the Rebor X-REX Swarm (plague variant).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Broodlord and Stegosaurus Woodland Also Make an Appearance

The newsletter also featured the first of the Rebor science fiction figures X-REX Broodlord.   This popular model came out in late January (2020) and with the introduction of Swarm, we wanted to remind collectors that we had a few of these figures available to purchase.  In addition, as well as receiving a shipment of Swarm models, we were able to obtain a number of the Rebor Stegosaurus Garden figure in the Woodland colour scheme.

The Rebor X-REX Broodlord “Metallic Variant” and the Rebor 1:35 scale Stegosaurus Garden 

Rebor figures feature in Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

The Rebor X-REX Broodlord ” metallic variant” and a Rebor “Garden” Stegosaurus in the woodland colouration.  The Stegosaurus figure is also in 1/35th scale and it is one of a series of three stegosaurs introduced by Rebor.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The latest newsletter certainly has a strong emphasis on the Rebor range.  There are lots of planned new model introductions from Rebor for quarter 3 and 4 and team members are looking forward to these new figures coming into the company’s warehouse.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We send out newsletters to our subscriber list every once in a while. We give our subscribers priority ordering and they are the first to hear of new arrivals along with other updates and information to help them with their model collecting hobby.”

To request to join the Everything Dinosaur newsletter subscribers list just send us an email: Email Everything Dinosaur.

11 07, 2020

New PNSO Models Feature in Newsletter

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Wilson, Aaron and A-Qi Make Their Debuts in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

The first Everything Dinosaur newsletter for July featured some old and new friends.  Our shipment of PNSO prehistoric animal figures had arrived so we were able to feature the new Tyrannosaurus rex colour variant “Wilson” along with the new pair of young dinosaur figures – Aaron and A-Qi.  In addition, the shipment contained several lines that had been out of stock, including the Giganotosaurus, the Amargasaurus and the Eurhinosaurus models.

A Headline Act – “Wilson” the New Colour Variant T. rex Model Features in the Everything Dinosaur July Newsletter

PNSO Wilson in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

The new Wilson T. rex dinosaur model from PNSO is in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

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Two Young Dinosaur Models

Our newsletter also trumpeted the arrival of two new figures from PNSO.  Aaron the young T. rex and A-Qi the adorable young Sinoceratops.  These two figures are the only new models to be released by PNSO this year, as far as we at Everything Dinosaur are aware.  In our regular conversations with PNSO, we have been informed that although the company has plans to release more new models in the future, it is unlikely that they will be bringing out anything else until after Christmas.  Naturally, should the position at PNSO change, we shall make sure that we inform all our fans and followers.

Two New PNSO Models in Stock Aaron the Young T. rex and A-Qi the Young Sinoceratops

Aaron the young T. rex and A-Qi the young Sinoceratops.

Two young dinosaurs from Everything Dinosaur.  Aaron the young T. rex (left) and the very cute A-Qi the young Sinoceratops (right).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the new PNSO prehistoric animal figures and to check out what else has arrived at Everything Dinosaur from PNSO: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.

The Return of Some Favourites

Lots of old PNSO favourites are back in stock at Everything Dinosaur too.  All the waitlists have been activated for the PNSO products.  Customers wanting to know about the arrival of “Lucas” the Giganotosaurus, “Er-ma” the Mamenchisaurus and “Nick” the Ceratosaurus have received priority emails to help them keep informed of product developments.  Customers on our newsletter subscription database were also informed swiftly.

The 1:35 scale Giganotosaurus and “Duke” the Stunning Spinops are in Stock at Everything Dinosaur

 

"Lucas" and "Duke" from PNSO.

“Lucas” the Giganotosaurus and “Duke” the Spinops.  Both these PNSO models are now back in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

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“Levy” the PNSO Eurhinosaurus and Lots of Other Models Available

Prehistoric animal models from PNSO.

PNSO prehistoric animal models.  Lots of PNSO products are back in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

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Eurhinosaurus Swims into View

The amazing “Levy” a beautiful model of a marine reptile (ichthyosaur), is also available along with both C. megalodon figures and “Sede” the Ankylosaurus.  There is also a limited supply of “Essien” the 1:35 scale Spinosaurus available too.

The Magnificent PNSO Spinosaurus Figure – “Essien”

PNSO Spinosaurus model "Essien".

The PNSO Spinosaurus measures around 49 cm long.  It’s a fantastic model of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

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27 06, 2020

Rebor and New Mojo Dinosaurs Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

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Rebor Models and Mojo Dinosaurs Feature in Newsletter

The latest edition of Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter was sent out earlier this week.  Subscribers were amongst the very first in the world to be informed that the spectacular Rebor Dilophosaurus pair “Green Day” and “Oasis” were back in stock.  In addition, the newsletter highlighted the return of the Rebor 1:35 scale “Killer Queen” replica in the jungle colour scheme.  The new range of Mojo Fun dinosaurs, all sixteen of them were featured too!

The Pair of Rebor Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Models “Green Day” and “Oasis” Feature in the Newsletter

Rebor Dilophosaurus dinosaur models "Oasis" and "Green Day".

Buy the Pair! Rebor Dilophosaurus dinosaur models “Green Day” and “Oasis”.

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A Special Offer from Everything Dinosaur

The Rebor Dilophosaurus male “Green Day” and the female “Oasis” are back in stock at Everything Dinosaur.  Buy the pair at a special price!  Just £49.99 (including tax if applicable) plus shipping (price as of June 2020).  Two fantastic Rebor figures – snap up a double of “double crested lizard” to add to your collection.

The Male and Female Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Models from Rebor “Green Day” and “Oasis”

Rebor Dilophosaurus models "Green Day" and "Oasis"

The Rebor Dilophosaurus replicas “Green Day” and “Oasis”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the Rebor range of replicas and figures: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

The Rebor Dilophosaurus Models Are Available Separately

Rebor Dilophosaurus dinosaur models "Green Day" and "Oasis".

Rebor “Green Day” and “Oasis” Dilophosaurus models. These models are available separately and as a pair whilst stocks last.

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Rebor “Killer Queen” – Jungle and Sixteen New Dinosaurs from Mojo Fun

One of the top-selling figures over the last year or so has been the Rebor Tyrannosaurus rex replica called “Killer Queen”.  A small number of these excellent T. rex figures have arrived at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse and our team members have been quick to inform collectors and newsletter fans of their arrival.  This display piece, complete with an articulated jaw measures over 40 centimetres in length, as the song says: “guaranteed to blow your mind”.

Mojo Fun has introduced a total of sixteen new dinosaur models representing dinosaurs from the Jurassic and the Cretaceous.  Our newsletter featured these new releases from Mojo too.

Rebor “Killer Queen” in the Jungle Colour Variant and New Dinosaurs from Mojo

Rebor jungle colour variant "Killer Queen" and new Mojo models.

Rebor “Killer Queen” jungle colour variant and sixteen brand new Mojo dinosaur models in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

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Fans of the Rebor “Killer Queen” – plain colour variant don’t have long to wait for this model to be back in stock either.  This figure will be back in stock at Everything Dinosaur in July (2020).

Highlighting Mojo Brachiosaurus Deluxe and the Troodontid Model

In the popular Mojo Fun range, collectors are rather spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding which models to acquire.  There are lots of new theropods, two Baryonyx figures, a new T. rex plus Spinosaurus, Velociraptors, Allosaurus and one of our personal favourites – a replica of a feathered troodontid dinosaur complete with an articulated jaw.  Herbivorous dinosaurs are well-represented in the new Mojo Fun range as well.  For example, the range includes new models of Stegosaurus, Ankylosaurus and Triceratops plus Mamenchisaurus, Mandschurosaurus, Brontosaurus and a beautiful Brachiosaurus deluxe dinosaur model.

Highlighting Mojo Dinosaur Models (Troodontid and the Brachiosaurus Deluxe)

Mojo Brachiosaurus deluxe and the troodontid dinosaur model.

New for 2020 Mojo troodontid and Brachiosaurus deluxe dinosaur models.

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To view the amazing range of Mojo Fun dinosaurs and prehistoric animal figures: Mojo Fun Prehistoric and Extinct Animal Models.

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6 06, 2020

Saying Thanks to Subscribers and Social Media Followers

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Saying Thanks to Subscribers and Social Media Followers

It has been a challenging time for us all (COVID-19), we are certainly a long way from getting back to normal, whatever the new “normal” might mean.  We hope that all our customers and friends are staying safe and well.  We want to pass on our thoughts and sympathies to all those people who have been affected by this outbreak.  This is a very difficult time for everyone.

At Everything Dinosaur, we know how important it is to keep spirits up.  So, we are offering our customers and friends a chance to win one of three, unique signed dinosaur books!

It’s our way of saying thank you to our customers, newsletter subscribers, followers and social media fans.

Running a Special Competition to Help our Customers, Friends, Subscribers, Followers and Supporters

Win a unique, signed dinosaur book with Everything Dinosaur.

Everything Dinosaur runs a special competition for its newsletter subscribers and Facebook fans.

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Thank You from Everything Dinosaur

We have three signed copies of the brilliant “Dinosaurs how they lived and evolved” by Darren Naish and Paul M. Barrett to give away in our free to enter contest.  Simply visit Everything Dinosaur on Facebook, “like our page” and leave a comment suggesting a name for the dinosaur featured on the front cover of this exciting new book.

Win A Signed Copy of “Dinosaurs how they lived and evolved”

Win a dinosaur book!

Win a signed copy of “Dinosaurs how they lived and evolved” by Darren Naish and Paul M. Barrett.

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The competition closes at midnight (BST) on Sunday June 14th.  We wish everyone the very best of luck in Everything Dinosaur’s special competition.

For full rules, terms and conditions, please refer to this blog post here: Dinosaur Book Competition – Details, Terms and Conditions.

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The competition is free to enter and open to all.  As a special thank you to Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter subscribers, a special e-news bulletin was sent out informing them of the book contest and inviting them to take part. After all, it is not very often that you get the chance to win an autographed book about dinosaurs.

Dinosaur Book Contest – Win a Signed Copy

A free to enter competition organised by Everything Dinosaur.

Win a signed copy of “Dinosaurs how they lived and evolved” by Darren Naish and Paul M. Barrett courtesy of Everything Dinosaur.

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Signed by Darren Naish

Co-author Darren Naish has produced a special dinosaur drawing inside the front cover of each of the three books, making each copy truly unique.

A Truly Unique Dinosaur Book

A signed copy of "Dinosaurs how they lived and evolved" is up for grabs.

Win a signed copy of “Dinosaurs how they lived and evolved” by Darren Naish and Paul Barrett.

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To enter, just visit Everything Dinosaur on Facebook, find the competition posting (at the top of the page for the duration of the contest), “like” our page and then provide a name for the Tianyulong dinosaur that is featured on the book’s front cover.  Remember, you have until midnight (BST) 14th June 2020 to enter!

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5 04, 2020

New CollectA Dinosaurs Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

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New CollectA Dinosaurs Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

The six new for 2020, dinosaur models from our chums at CollectA feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.  Top of the bill, or should that be beak, is the stunning 1:6 scale CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops replica.  This is a superb model of a plant-eater, that is amongst the most extensively studied of all the Dinosauria.

The New for 2020 CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops Dinosaur Model (1:6 Scale)

CollectA Deluxe 1:6 scale Protoceratops dinosaur model.

Top of the bill – the new for 2020 CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops dinosaur model features in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

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The CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops has an articulated lower jaw.

CollectA Deluxe Microraptor Model

Another Asian dinosaur from the Cretaceous also features, the beautiful Microraptor figure, which like the Protoceratops is also in 1/6th scale.  This figure which measures around eighteen centimetres in length and has a twelve centimetre wingspan, has been sculpted at the request of a Chinese research institute so that they could use the model to help illustrate what Microraptor is believed to have looked like.

CollectA Deluxe Microraptor in the Everything Dinosaur March Newsletter

CollectA Deluxe Microraptor model.

The beautiful CollectA Deluxe 1:6 scale Microraptor dinosaur model features in Everything Dinosaur’s March newsletter.

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Two more CollectA scale models (CollectA Deluxe), feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.  There is the 1:40 scale Bajadasaurus a recently described dicraeosaurid from Argentina and the 1:40 scale Fukuisaurus, a model of a dinosaur that roamed the Early Cretaceous of Japan.  As Fukuisaurus was about one/third as long as Bajadasaurus and considerably lighter, the CollectA scale model is a lot smaller, so for our newsletter readers we chose to pair the Fukuisaurus with the new Prehistoric Life Baryonyx dinosaur model.

The CollectA Deluxe Fukuisaurus and the CollectA Baryonyx Model

CollectA Deluxe Fukiusaurus and CollectA Prehistoric Life Baryonyx.

Two new for 2020 CollectA dinosaurs – the 1:40 scale Fukuisaurus and the new CollectA Prehistoric Life Baryonyx.

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Although the Baryonyx is not a scale model it does measure about four centimetres longer than the Fukuisaurus replica (eighteen and a half centimetres compared to the Fukuisaurus model length of around fourteen centimetres), this is because, in reality Baryonyx, just like Bajadasaurus, was a much bigger animal than Fukuisaurus.

Two Related Sauropods Feature in the Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

CollectA Deluxe Bajadasaurus and the rearing Diplodocus.

Sauropods feature – the new CollectA Deluxe Bajadasaurus and the new colour variant CollectA rearing Diplodocus (grey colour scheme).

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Although Bajadasaurus with its amazing forward facing neck spikes, looks very different from Diplodocus, these dinosaurs were related.  The Dicraeosauridae family, to which Bajadasaurus has been assigned, is the sister family to the Diplodocidae and as such both dicraeosaurids and diplodocids were members of the superfamily Diplodocoidea.

To view the CollectA Deluxe range of scale prehistoric animal models: CollectA Deluxe Scale Models.

To view the CollectA Prehistoric Life model range: CollectA Prehistoric Life Models.

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