New PNSO dinosaur models are in stock at Everything Dinosaur. Xinchuan the Sinraptor, Fergus the Acrocanthosaurus and Aubrey and Dabei the Torosaurus pair have arrived. Team members have been busy contacting all their customers who requested that they be notified when these exciting prehistoric animal models came into stock.
PNSO Sinraptor, Acrocanthosaurus and the Torosaurus Pair
As well as the new figures, the PNSO Xinchuan the Sinraptor, Fergus the Acrocanthosaurus and the 1:35 scale Torosaurus pair (Aubrey and Dabei), replenishment stocks for a number of existing lines have also arrived and staff have been busy checking boxes and getting these items on-line as well.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“We are delighted to receive this latest shipment of PNSO prehistoric animal figures, especially as it contains the eagerly awaited, new theropods [Sinraptor and Acrocanthosaurus] as well as the Torosaurus adult and juvenile in 1/35th scale.”
No Need to Pre-Order, No Fees, No Deposit to Pay
With Everything Dinosaur, customers do not have to pre-order. There are no additional fees or deposits to pay. If customers let us know that they wish to receive a priority alert when a model arrives, we are happy to arrange this for them.
Everything Dinosaur will be stocking both the new Rebor male Triceratops “Trident” models. The Rebor male Triceratops “Trident” king and the Rebor male Triceratops “Trident” horn of doom are expected to be in stock towards the end of the year (2022).
Rebor 1:35 Alpha Male Triceratops horridus “Trident” Horn of Doom
There had been rumours circulating that Rebor intended to introduce another Triceratops figure, a replica of a living animal after the company introduced the “Fallen Queen” model which was originally introduced back in 2015.
Two species of Triceratops are formally recognised, these two figures are based on the geologically older Triceratops horridus. There will be two colour variants of this 1:35 scale Triceratops, namely:
The Rebor 1:35 Alpha Male Triceratops horridus “Trident” Horn of Doom version.
The Rebor 1:35 Alpha Male Triceratops horridus “Trident” King version.
Customers can email Everything Dinosaur and request to join the company’s priority notification list so that they can be contacted as soon as these splendid horned dinosaur models come into stock.
Rebor 1:35 Alpha Male Triceratops horridus “Trident” King Version
Each figure measures approximately 32 cm long and stands around 12 cm tall. A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“We will be stocking both the Rebor male Triceratops Trident King and the Rebor male Triceratops Trident Horn of Doom. These figures will be made over the summer and shipped sometime in the autumn. We expect to have them in stock at Everything Dinosaur around the end of quarter 3 or perhaps the start of quarter 4.”
Join Everything Dinosaur’s Priority Notification Email List
With Everything Dinosaur there is no need to pre-order, there is no deposit to pay. Customers can simply email and request that they join the company’s no obligation priority notification list.
To join the priority notification list for these amazing figures, just email Everything Dinosaur remembering to let us know which dinosaur model(s) you want.
Feefo product reviews and product stars are back on the Everything Dinosaur website. Reviews provided by customers on their product purchases had been temporarily removed from Everything Dinosaur’s website whilst upgrades and maintenance work was carried out, but now they are back on-line again. Potential customers can see reviews of products from previous purchasers, helping them to make informed choices.
Product Star Ratings
The Feefo star ratings for products are also back on-line. Purchasers can rate what they have bought, give a star rating, with the top mark being five stars. The Rebor 1:35 scale “Tyrannosaurus rex Vanilla Ice” in the mountain colour scheme has five reviews and an average rating of five stars.
Scroll down the product page and the independent Feefo reviews can be found.
Independent, Genuine Customer Feedback
Feefo is an independent ratings agency, it collects feedback and comments from real customers of Everything Dinosaur and then publishes it. Every review on Everything Dinosaur’s website is a genuine customer review. Customers can buy dinosaur and prehistoric animal models confident that they are dealing with a highly rated, customer focused company.
Models and other items of merchandise that have been added to Everything Dinosaur’s range more recently will have fewer reviews generally when compared to other products that have been available for some time, but the date when the review was made is also listed providing additional assurance and guidance for would-be purchasers.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“We had to take down some of the Feefo elements whilst we made updates to the website, but the product reviews and product star ratings are back up and this information coupled with the other customer reviews that we have received, will help to inform our customers about purchase decisions.”
The stunning Nanmu Studio Nutcracker Parasaurolophus models have arrived at Everything Dinosaur. This beautiful, 1:35 scale model of the crested hadrosaur Parasaurolophus is available in both a green and a brown coloured version.
A Detailed Scale Model of a Parasaurolophus
The Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Parasaurolophus Nutcracker is a fantastic model of a Parasaurolophus in 1:35 scale. Customers will receive a free Parasaurolophus fact sheet with sales of both the green and brown colour variants.
Each model is supplied with a small Parasaurolophus figure long with a display base which measures 12 cm in length.
Parasaurolophus Model Measurements
Both Nanmu Studio Parasaurolophus models measure approximately 31.5 cm in length and they are secured to the display base by a metal pin that sits inside an ornithopod footprint impression that is incorporated into the base. The display base measures 12 cm long.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented;
“We are delighted to have these two new Nanmu Studio models in stock at Everything Dinosaur. Teammembers have been busy today contacting all those customers who wanted to be alerted when the Nutcrackers arrived.”
The PNSO Jennie the Centrosaurus figure is proving popular amongst dinosaur fans and model collectors. This replica was introduced earlier this year (2022) one of several new horned dinosaur models introduced by PNSO into their mid-size, not-to-scale model series.
Named and described in 1904 (Lawrence Lambe), Centrosaurus is arguably one of the best-known of all the Dinosauria with numerous monodominant bonebeds having been discovered in the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. PNSO has gained a strong reputation for the excellence of their dinosaur models and the Jennie the Centrosaurus figure has been praised for its stunning detail, particularly the head ornamentation, complete with that single, curved nose horn.
The PNSO Jennie the Centrosaurus figure is approximately 16.5 cm long and the model stands around 7.5 cm high. Centrosaurus apertus was not amongst the biggest of the Late Cretaceous ceratopsids. The Everything Dinosaur fact sheet that is supplied with sales of this dinosaur model suggests a body length of around 5.5 metres and proposes that a fully-grown adult Centrosaurus would have weighed about 2,000 kilograms.
Poster and Booklet
This PNSO dinosaur model is supplied with a poster depicting Centrosaurus created by Zhao Chuang and a full-colour, 64-page booklet. A QR code on the packaging links to a short video presentation that explains how the model was designed and developed.
Available from Everything Dinosaur
To date, ten new prehistoric animal figures have been introduced by PNSO this year (including new colour versions and updated versions of previously introduced figures). The PNSO portfolio continues to grow and their reputation for the excellence of their figures remains a talking point amongst dinosaur fans and model collectors.
To view the range of PNSO prehistoric animal models available from Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.
Soon to be in stock Rebor and PNSO dinosaur models feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. Dinosaur fans and model collectors were given the opportunity to join priority notification lists for a total of seven dinosaur figures that are due to arrive shortly. The PNSO models, including Aubrey and Dabei Torosaurus figures for example, are expected in stock in just a few weeks (June 2022).
No Need to Pre-order, No Deposit to Pay, No Administration Fees!
In the next few weeks new PNSO and Rebor models, including limited-edition figures will be arriving at Everything Dinosaur. As a thank you to all our customers, blog readers and newsletter subscribers we are giving you the opportunity to receive priority email alerts when these exciting models arrive.
There is no need to pre-order, there is no deposit to pay and there are no administration fees. Just let us know what model(s) you want and we will ensure you get a priority email when the model is in stock.
Get Notified About Rebor Limited-edition “Extinction” Figures
The new for 2022 Rebor “Extinction” figures are also featured in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter. These two figures “Bronze” and “Victorian neoclassical marble” are limited-edition models, but Everything Dinosaur has offered subscribers, blog readers and customers the opportunity to join a priority notification list for these fascinating, highly detailed replicas.
PNSO Acrocanthosaurus and PNSO Sinraptor Models
The new PNSO Fergus the Acrocanthosaurus and Xinchuan the Sinraptor models are also featured in the latest edition of the Everything Dinosaur newsletter. Once again, these two dinosaur figures have notification lists associated with them. Customers can join these lists with no obligation to buy.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“There are several new Rebor and PNSO models coming into stock soon. For example, we expect Fergus the Acrocanthosaurus, Xinchuan the Sinraptor and the Torosaurus pair from PNSO to be in stock in June . We are giving customers the opportunity to be notified when these figures arrive. We know that the limited-edition Rebor “Extinction” replicas will be difficult to get hold of, so we are doing all we can to assist customers to add these figures to their model collections.”
To request to join any of the priority notification lists for these replicas, simply send an email to Everything Dinosaur stating which model notification list(s) you would like to join: Email Everything Dinosaur.
Xinchuan the PNSO Sinraptor model will be in stock at Everything Dinosaur next month (June 2022). There is no need to pre-order this figure, simply join the Everything Dinosaur waitlist for this dinosaur replica and you will receive a priority notification email when this figure is in stock.
The Everything Dinosaur PNSO Xinchuan the Sinraptor Waitlist
This fascinating and eagerly anticipated, new for 2022 dinosaur model in the PNSO mid-size model range will be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in June 2022. There is no need to pre-order this figure, no need to pay upfront and there is no need for a deposit, just join the Everything Dinosaur waitlist for this figure or email Everything Dinosaur to receive a no obligation, priority email alert when the dinosaur model is in stock.
Sinraptor dongi was formally named and described in 1994 from fossil material associated with the Shishugou Formation located in north-western China. The Shishugou Formation has yielded numerous dinosaur and pterosaur remains and the strata is believed to have been deposited between 165 to 155 million years ago (Middle to Late Jurassic). A second species assigned to the Sinraptor genus has been named (S. hepingensis from Gao ), although the exact taxonomy of this second species remains controversial as it was originally named by Gao Yangchuanosaurus hepingensis. Yanchuanosaurus and Sinraptor are closely related genera, yet their phylogeny and taxonomy has yet to be fully resolved.
To join the priority waitlist, simply visit Everything Dinosaur’s PNSO Age of Dinosaurs section of its website and if you are an account holder you can join the waitlist on the PNSO Xinchuan the Sinraptor product page.
To view the range of PNSO models and replicas in stock at Everything Dinosaur and to find the PNSO Xinchuan the Sinraptor product page: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.
The news that Rebor will introduce two new, highly innovative Velociraptor models into their Rebor Oddities range has certainly got tongues wagging. Team members have been busy responding to emails from customers about these figures over the last few days.
One recurring question has cropped up over and over again, customers have been keen to see a list of the books that the contemplative theropod is sitting on. As the Velociraptor considers the human skull that it is holding in its right hand, it is obviously a scholar, at least judging by the volumes contained in its library.
The Rebor “Extinction” Book List
In total, twenty-three books are featured in these intriguing sculpts. They are a combination of fiction and factual publications, each one, arguably representing a significant moment in the history of the written word.
Hamlet by William Shakespeare.
The Lost World by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle first published in 1912.
Vulgate Latin Bible – a 4th century translation of early Christian texts by Jerome of Stridon which was to become the official religious text adopted by the Catholic Church.
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica by Isaac Newton (later Sir Isaac Newton), published in 1687.
Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes first published in 1651. Also known as “The Matter, Forme and Power of a Commonwealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil” it outlines a political philosophy whereby the population enter into a form of social contract with an absolute ruler.
A Treatise of Human Nature by the Scottish philosopher David Hume, first published in 1739. The full title of this book is “A Treatise of Human Nature: Being an Attempt to Introduce the Experimental Method of Reasoning into Moral Subjects”.
The Time Machine by H. G. Wells published in 1895.
The Divine Comedy by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri published in the early 14th century.
The Decameron by the 14th Century Italian writer Giovanni Boccaccio which recounts the stories told by a group of young people as they shelter from the Black Death.
The Geological Story Briefly Told.
The Poems of Longfellow – a compilation of the work of the American poet Henry W. Longfellow.
Zoological Philosophy by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck first published in 1809 which outlined a theory of inherited characteristics passed on from generation to generation.
The Prince published in the early 16th century by the Italian diplomat and politician Niccolò Machiavelli. It outlined the methods employed by people in power to keep their influential positions and justified the use of unethical and immoral means to achieve success.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë first published in 1847.
Stratigraphical Palaeontology: A Study of Ancient Provinces.
Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body – after Henry Gray a comprehensive guide to human anatomy published in 1858.
The Critical Review – published in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, a periodical that reviewed newly published books written by a diverse range of leading academics and public figures.
The Natural History.
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley written in 1818.
Lyrics of the Heart: with Other Poems a collection of the work of the English poet and journalist Alaric Alexander Watts
Meyers Konversations-Lexikon an encyclopaedia of the German language by Joseph Meyers.
On the Origin of Species – the ground-breaking work by Charles Darwin (later Sir Charles Darwin) that outlines his theory of natural selection (first published in 1859).
History of the World – possibly the six-volume history of the world in Hungarian published between 1906 and 1908 by Endrei Zalán.
Perhaps, the number twenty-three is also significant. In our species Homo sapiens, most of us have twenty-three pairs of chromosomes in our cells.
PNSO have announced that they will be adding a replica of a Sinraptor to their mid-size prehistoric animal model range. Everything Dinosaur have known about this new dinosaur model for some time and confirm that it will be in stock in just a few weeks.
A Chinese Theropod Dinosaur
Sinraptor (S. dongi) was named and scientifically described in 1994. The genus name translates as “Robber from China”, so it is highly appropriate for PNSO to add a replica of this Jurassic predator to their already extensive mid-size model range. The specific or trivial name honours the eminent Chinese palaeontologist Professor Dong Zhiming. Although it has the term “raptor” included in the genus name, it was not related to “raptors” (dromaeosaurs). It has been classified as a member of the Carnosauria clade, specifically a member of the Allosauroidea and within this superfamily it is defined as a metriacanthosaurid and thought to be closely related to another Chinese taxon Yangchuanosaurus.
PNSO Xinchuan the Sinraptor Model Measurements
This new for 2022 dinosaur model measures 21.6 cm in length and the model stands around 8.3 cm tall. PNSO do not declare a scale for their mid-size models, however, team members estimate a scale of 1:35 based on the original size estimates given for the holotype specimen.
Posters, Full-colour Booklet and an Articulated Jaw
The Sinraptor figure is supplied with a transparent, plastic support stand, a full-colour, 64-page illustrated booklet and a poster that highlights the palaeoart of Zhao Chuang. This superb dinosaur model also has an articulated lower jaw.
Available from Everything Dinosaur in Just a Few Weeks
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“We had known about this model for several months, as a result, we arranged to bring stock of this figure in with our next shipment of PNSO figures. We expect to have the Sinraptor model in stock along with Fergus the Acrocanthosaurus replica in just a few weeks.”
To view the current range of PNSO prehistoric animal models and figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.
Rebor has announced that they will be producing two, limited-edition prehistoric animal replicas in their Oddities series. The Rebor Oddities “Extinction” Renaissance Bronze and the Rebor Oddities “Extinction” Victorian Neoclassical Marble figures should be available in the autumn (2022).
Rebor produces a wide range of figures and collectibles. The Rebor Oddities range consists of limited-edition, unusual and original items, that generally only have one production run. When the stock from the first run is sold out, then it is the usual practice for these items to be retired and withdrawn. Joining the Rebor Oddities “Extinction” Renaissance in the bronze colour scheme will be a second figure, the Rebor Oddities “Extinction” Victorian Neoclassical Marble.
Rebor Oddities “Extinction” Renaissance Bronze
The clever and talented design team at Rebor draw inspiration for their models and figures from several sources. The Velociraptor is contemplating a human skull which is held in its right hand. It is sat on a chair that is composed of numerous volumes representing a diverse collection of the world’s literature.
These collector’s items remind us of Auguste Rodin’s famous sculpture “The Thinker”, also referred to as “Le Penseur”, which depicts a naked male figure perched on a stone pedestal. This famous statue was part of a larger commission entitled “The Gates of Hell” based on “The Divine Comedy” by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri. This book “The Divine Comedy” is one of the volumes upon which the Velociraptor is perched.
The Rebor Oddities “Extinction” Victorian Neoclassical Marble has a different finish to “Bronze”, both models are essentially the same detailed sculpt. The two figures measure 23 cm long, stand 13 cm high and are 10.5 cm wide.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“These are two fascinating, original and highly creative figures, which have been skilfully made and we congratulate Rebor for pushing the boundaries when it comes to prehistoric animal replicas.”