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15 10, 2019

Torosaurus latus

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Torosaurus latus

Whilst trawling our extensive database of dinosaur images on a hunt for pictures of Triassic invertebrates, we came across a rather magnificent illustration of the Late Cretaceous, North American ceratopsid Torosaurus (T. latus), by the celebrated palaeoartist Sergey Krasovskiy.  The illustration had been used previously in a story about a horned dinosaur discovery from Colorado that had been thought to represent a Triceratops, but when more of the fossil material emerged, the specimen was identified as a much rarer Torosaurus latus.

The Illustration of the Ceratopsid Torosaurus (T. latus)

Torosaurus illustrated.

An illustration of Torosaurus latus (Sergey Krasovskiy).

Picture Credit: Sergey Krasovskiy

Known from fossil material found in western North America (as far south as Texas and as far north as Saskatchewan in Canada), Torosaurus was one of the larger horned dinosaur inhabitants of the Maastrichtian faunal stage of the Late Cretaceous.  The absence of juveniles in the fossil record and its close relationship to Triceratops led to the hypothesis that Torosaurus was not a valid genus at all, the fossils represented very old individuals of the Triceratops genus.

To read an article from 2010 that discusses this theory: The Extinction of Torosaurus – Second Time Around.

The taxonomic relationship between Triceratops and Torosaurus is still debated.  Research is on-going and the picture has been somewhat complicated when Nedoceratops (N. hatcheri) is added to the mix.  Nedoceratops is known from a single skull specimen found in Wyoming.  Some palaeontologists think that it is a valid genus, whilst others consider it nomen dubium, as the fossil might represent a growth stage of Triceratops.  If this is proved to be the case (more fossil finds of Late Cretaceous members of the tribe Triceratopsini are required), then Nedoceratops will probably become a synonym of “three-horned face”.  This in itself could be controversial as Nedoceratops was formally named and described in 1868, whilst the first Triceratops species (T. horridus) was actually named twenty-one years later (1889).

The CollectA Torosaurus Dinosaur Model

CollectA Torosaurus Prehistoric Life dinosaur model.

The CollectA Prehistoric Life Torosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

14 10, 2019

TetZooCon 2019

By | October 14th, 2019|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

TetZooCon 2019

Just a few more sleeps until the start of the annual TetZooCon event in London.  This is the meeting of fans of the tetrapods (living and extinct), amphibians and the amniotes (reptiles, birds and mammals).  Once again Everything Dinosaur is delighted to announce that we will be sponsoring this prestigious meeting themed around the world-renowned blog Tetrapod Zoology.

TetZooCon is bigger and better than ever and it takes place on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th October at the spacious “The Venue” in Malet Street, London.  Speakers from the TetZooCon universe will be presenting on topics as diverse as whale strandings, the diseases of theropod dinosaurs, natural history film making and hunting with eagles.  Amongst the activities there will be a quiz and Everything Dinosaur has donated the prizes.

Eofauna Scientific Figures – Part of Everything Dinosaur’s TetZooCon Slide Show

Eofauna figures showcased at TetZooCon 2019.

Five beautiful prehistoric animal figures from Eofauna will feature in the TetZooCon slide show presentation by Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Conservation and Cryptozoology

The two-day conference covers a variety of special interests, from conservation projects looking into the demise of UK amphibian populations to using citizen science to investigate the impact of roadkill.  There is a lot for cryptozoologists too.  Cryptozoology looks at the evidence to prove the existence of animals from myths, legends and folklore, such as the Mokele-mbembe from the Congo Basin of Africa, which some believe to be a type of sauropod dinosaur.  Conference organiser Darren Naish, an authority on the subject, will be taking time out from his duties at the event to sell and sign copies of his latest book – “The Cryptozoologicon (Volume 1)” – the biology, evolution and mythology of hidden animals.  TetZooCon will include plenty of time to meet authors, peruse their publications and to get some favourite copies signed.

Everything Dinosaur has Prepared Slide Shows for the Event

Some of the models and figures in the Everything Dinosaur range.

Prehistoric animals, models and figures at TetZooCon 2019.  The first 1:6 scale Komodo dragon figures in the UK will be given away as prizes and look out for Rebor and PNSO prizes too – all donated by Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Haven for Palaeoart and Palaeoartists

Talented artist and fellow organiser John Conway will be leading some of the exciting palaeoart activities and workshops.  Noted luminaries in the world of prehistoric illustration will be attending such as Bob Nicholls and Beth Windle will be leading a discussion on “women in palaeoart”.  This annual event is turning into a haven for palaeoart and palaeoartists, the extensive social media coverage will give plenty of opportunity to all those unable to attend to view and appreciate the artwork and scientific illustrations on display.

The quiz might even feature a Beasts of the Mesozoic model or two.  We could not possibly comment, other than to say that as the exclusive distributors for this exciting range of articulated collectible figures, they epitomise the link between beautiful scientific illustration and imaginative scale models.  On the subject of scale models, look for a presentation by Agata Stachowiak on how to produce accurate models of prehistoric animals – fascinating stuff.

Beasts of the Mesozoic – Combining Articulated Models with Beautiful Palaeoart

Beasts of the Mesozoic at TetZooCon

The Beasts of the Mesozoic range of “Raptors” is featured in the Everything Dinosaur TetZooCon slide show.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

We look forward to viewing all the tweets, Instagram pics and Facebook posts from the event that kicks-off in just five days’ time.

13 10, 2019

Rebor Komodo Dragon Preparations

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Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon Preparations

Team members at Everything Dinosaur are busy preparing for the arrival of the next new Rebor model, the GrabNGo Komodo dragon figure in 1/6th scale.  This model has created quite a lot of interest from herpetologists – those scientists and academics that specialise in the study of amphibians and reptiles.  We have it on good authority that this new Rebor figure has even been discussed at the prestigious Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP), annual meeting in Brisbane, a sizeable reservation list for this lizard replica has been built up over the last few weeks and Everything Dinosaur staff will be very busy contacting all these customers when the models arrive next month.

Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon Models

Rebor GrabNGO Komodo dragon replicas.

A collection of Rebor GrabNGo Komodo dragon models.  We are not sure about the collective noun for a group of Komodo dragons, we have been informed that the collective noun is a “bank”, but there must be a better term for six of these fantastic figures together.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The 1:6 Scale Komodo Dragon Model

The picture (above), shows production samples ready to be sent out to zookeepers and specialists.  We are not sure what the collective noun for a group of Komodo dragons is called (we have been told it is a “bank of Komodos”), but who knows.  Rebor commented that when all the models were put together it reminded them of Billingsgate fish market, all we know is that the figures look splendid and we are looking forward to receiving our stock in just a few weeks’ time.

One of the models is being used to help us design a new cardboard box for use as packaging.  The model is so long (around 50 cm in length), that we are having to commission a special, double-walled cardboard box to accommodate this model and to provide protection when it is sent out to customers.

The CE Mark is Clearly Shown on the Underside of the Figure

The CE mark on the underside of the Rebor GrabNGo Komodo dragon replica.

Highlighting the CE mark on the underside of the Rebor GrabNGo Komodo dragon model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The production samples will be sent out to various specialists and researchers next week, in the meantime, team members will be working hard to ensure that all is ready in our warehouse for the arrival of the Komodo dragon figures.

To see the current range of Rebor models and figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Models, Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Replicas

11 10, 2019

Limited Edition Papo Spinosaurus Model Delayed until December (2019)

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Limited Edition Papo Spinosaurus Model Delayed until December (2019)

The eagerly anticipated limited edition Papo Spinosaurus dinosaur model has been delayed until December (2019), according to information from Papo received by team members at Everything Dinosaur.  Readers of this blog will probably recall that Everything Dinosaur published the first pictures of this spinosaurid figure back in February, however, model collectors and dinosaur fans will have to wait until December before they can get their hands on this Papo replica.

The Papo Limited Edition Spinosaurus Replica has been Delayed until December (2019)

Papo Spinosaurus model has been delayed until December 2019.

The Papo Spinosaurus dinosaur model (limited edition quadruped Spinosaurus), has been delayed until December 2019.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We had been told back in the summer that this figure would be available in October, however, we have just been informed by Papo that this dinosaur will not be available until December.  No reasons have been given for the delay and we don’t want to speculate about the reasons for this delay at this stage.  However, all our plans are in place to contact all those people who reserved a model, everything is ready at Everything Dinosaur for the arrival of this figure.  As soon as it comes in, we will be in touch with all those customers on our reserve lists, even if it means bringing in extra staff to ensure swift communications, at what will be, our busiest time of the year.”

If Everything Dinosaur receives any further information or updates about the Papo Spinosaurus dinosaur model, we will post this up onto this blog and other social media platforms.

10 10, 2019

Rebor and New Wild Safari Prehistoric World Models Feature in Newsletter

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New Stock of Rebor Replicas and New Wild Safari Prehistoric World Models in Newsletter

Subscribers to Everything Dinosaur’s newsletter service have received information about the arrival of fresh supplies of Rebor figures and replicas.  In addition, our subscribers have been given the opportunity to join Everything Dinosaur’s priority reservation list for the nine, new for 2020, Wild Safari Prehistoric World models.  It is news about the arrival of more of the eagerly anticipated Rebor foetus replicas that have taken top spot in our latest missive.  Both the Rebor Foetus T. rex and the Rebor Foetus Velociraptor have proved extremely popular with model collectors and Everything Dinosaur is offering the pair at a special price whilst stocks last.

Rebor Oddities – Buy the Pair – Making the Headlines

Rebor Oddities foetus replicas.

The pair of Rebor Oddities Foetus replicas – Velociraptor and T. rex.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Rebor Killer Queen T. rex “Plain” Colour Variant

The Everything Dinosaur newsletter also reported that more stock of the Rebor Killer Queen “Plain” Tyrannosaurus rex model had arrived.  Team members have been busy emailing all those customers who wanted one of these theropod figures reserving for them.  Waitlist members on the Everything Dinosaur website will have received notifications about this model’s availability too.

The Rebor Killer Queen Colour Variant “Plain” in Stock at Everything Dinosaur

Rebor Killer Queen - plain colour variant T. rex replica is in stock at Everything Dinosaur

The Rebor Killer Queen T. rex model “Plain” is in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view all the Rebor models and prehistoric animal replicas supplied by Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Models and Replicas.

Rebor Oddities – T. rex and Velociraptor Foetuses

For collectors who have been lucky enough to pick up one of the new for 2019 Rebor Oddities foetuses, then do not despair, as our team members have made sure that the Rebor Oddities T. rex foetus along with its counterpart the Rebor Oddities Velociraptor are available separately as well as in a pair.

The Rebor Oddities Tyrannosaurus Foetus (left) and the Rebor Oddities Velociraptor Foetus (right)

The pair of Rebor Oddities, the Velociraptor and the T. rex foetuses.

A pair of Rebor Oddities, the Velociraptor and the T. rex foetuses.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

” We are collectors ourselves so, we try and provide our customers with as much choice as possible.”

The Rebor Scout Series – Melon and Hazelnut

For fans of slightly smaller figures, some good news.  Fresh stocks of the baby Stegosaurus (Melon) and the baby Triceratops dinosaur (Hazelnut) have also arrived at Everything Dinosaur.  These models, in the very successful Rebor “Scout” series have been joined by more models of “Stan”, the Scout series baby Velociraptor model.

The Rebor Hazelnut (Triceratops) and Melon (Stegosaurus) – Baby Dinosaur Models

Rebor Scout Models Hazelnut and Melon.

Rebor Scout Models Melon and Hazelnut.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Priority Reserve List for 2020 Models is Open

Newsletter subscribers have also been given special access to Everything Dinosaur’s priority reserve list for the nine new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World models from Safari Ltd.  Subscribers have been asked to email the company to join their special, priority reservation list for these new prehistoric animal figures.

The Rebor Scout Series Baby Velociraptor “Stan” and the Chance to Reserve New for 2020 Prehistoric Animal Models

Reserving Wild Safari Prehistoric World figures and the Rebor Scout series Velociraptor "Stan".

The Rebor Scout series baby Velociraptor “Stan” and an opportunity to reserve new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World prehistoric animal models.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

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8 10, 2019

Rebor Scout Models in Stock

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The Scouts Return – “Melon”, “Hazelnut” and “Stan”

Everything Dinosaur has three of the very popular and very collectable Rebor Scout models back in stock.  Our warehouse has received deliveries of “Melon” the baby Stegosaurus, “Hazelnut” the baby Triceratops and “Stan” the baby Velociraptor.  Fans of the Rebor range will know that the Velociraptor figure is named after the Academy Award-winning special effects creator Stanley “Stan” Winston, who worked on the first three films of the “Jurassic Park” movie franchise.

The Rebor Scout Series Baby Velociraptor “Stan”

1:18 Rebor baby Velociraptor replica.

“Stan” the baby Velociraptor model from Rebor.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

“Melon” and “Hazelnut”

Team members at Everything Dinosaur are not sure why the baby Stegosaurus and the baby Triceratops were named “Melon” and ” Hazelnut” respectively, however, why not give these two, highly detailed figures these names?  It seems that unlike scientific nomenclature, anything goes when it comes to creating prehistoric animal replicas.  Both the Rebor baby Triceratops and its Stegosaurus counterpart are in approximately 1:35 scale, whilst the Rebor Velociraptor figure is in 1:18 scale.

The Stunning Rebor Scout Series “Hazelnut” and “Melon” – Baby Triceratops and Baby Stegosaurus

The Rebor Scout Series "Melon" and "Hazelnut" (Triceratops and Stegosaurus).

From the Rebor Scout series “Hazelnut” the baby Triceratops and “Melon” the baby Stegosaurus.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Baby Stegosaurus Dinosaur Model

Fans of the Rebor model range will be aware of the potential for a new Stegosaurus replica from this company in the near future.  For the time being, the sole representative of the Stegosauridae is this beautifully crafted figure that comes with its own display base.

“Melon” the Baby Stegosaurus Dinosaur Model – Rebor Scout Series

The baby Stegosaurus model - "Melon" from the Scout model series.

“Melon” the baby Stegosaurus dinosaur figure from the Rebor Scout model series.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Baby Triceratops Dinosaur Model

The Triceratops figure “Hazelnut” is around the same size as the Stegosaurus (approximately 11 cm in length).  It too, comes with a display base and it makes a great addition to any prehistoric animal model collection.

The Baby Triceratops Dinosaur Model – “Hazelnut”

Rebor Scout series "Hazelnut" - baby Triceratops.

“Hazelnut” the baby Triceratops from the Rebor Scout model series.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

It is the attention to detail that makes these Rebor models stand out.  Take for example, the display base that accompanies the 1:18 scale baby Velociraptor figure “Stan”.  The base has footprint depressions that act as a guide to help dinosaur fans position their figure correctly.  The footprints on the base have been carefully sculpted to represent what are thought to be dromaeosaurid prints found in the fossil record.  We are sure ichnologists will approve!

The Model Display Base – Rebor Velociraptor 1:18 Scale Figure

The base of "Stan" the baby Velociraptor dinosaur model.

The beautifully crafted display base for the Rebor Scout series baby Velociraptor model “Stan”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the Rebor Scout models and the rest of the replicas in the Rebor range: Rebor Models and Figures

4 10, 2019

PNSO Megalodon Model – More Information

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PNSO Megalodon Model – More Information

At Everything Dinosaur, we try our best to respond to all the enquiries, questions and emails that we receive from our customers.  This is no mean feat considering the thousands of customers we have all over the world, but we do try hard to answer all the queries in a timely fashion.  For example, having produced a short video featuring the large Megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon) replica from PNSO, we were asked to show more details of this shark model.  To this end, within 24-hours, we produced another brief video showing the prehistoric shark model in greater detail.

The PNSO Large Megalodon Model – Showcasing “Patton” the Megalodon

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

PNSO Megalodon “Patton” Large Prehistoric Shark Model

In this short video presentation, we reaffirm the model’s size (it measures around 32 centimetres in length), we estimate the model’s scale at approximately 1:50 based on the length of Carcharocles megalodon at around 16 metres.  In addition, we highlight the “battle scarring” on the model and discuss the figure’s gloss finish.  Large predators tend to pick up a variety of injuries, we suspect Megalodon was no exception.  If it preyed on marine mammals, we expect creatures such as Obobenocetops which was contemporaneous with this prehistoric shark, not to succumb without putting up a fight.  Scars and tears in the fins would be just part of being an apex predator.

Holding a PNSO Megalodon Shark Model

PNSO Megalodon model "Patton".

The PNSO large Megalodon model “Patton” being held by an Everything Dinosaur team member.  Note the white “battle scars” on the body and the nicks and rips in the dorsal fin.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Our latest prehistoric animal themed video is now up on the company’s YouTube channel.  Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel features over a hundred different prehistoric animal model reviews and lots of other helpful information for model collectors and dinosaur fans.

Discover Everything Dinosaur on YouTube and please subscribe: Everything Dinosaur on YouTube.

A Glossy Wet-look

In this short video, we also comment on the finish of this shark replica.  The new version of “Patton” (the large PNSO Megalodon figure), has a glossier finish than its predecessor.  The model’s seams are much less visible and the addition of a gloss provides a pleasing wet-look finish to the figure.  As the video narrator remarked, the wet-look is very appropriate given the fact that this is a model of a marine animal.

For further details about the impressive PNSO Age of Dinosaurs model range, including information about the PNSO Megalodon figures visit: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs Figures and Replicas.

2 10, 2019

New for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Models

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New for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Models

The new for 2020 prehistoric animal models from Safari Ltd have been announced.  In total, nine new figures will be added to the Wild Safari Prehistoric World model range, namely:

  1. Concavenator
  2. Deinonychus
  3. Dilophosaurus
  4. Edmontosaurus
  5. Ichthyosaurus (marine reptile)
  6. Pachycephalosaurus
  7. Qianzhousaurus
  8. Sarcosuchus (prehistoric crocodile)
  9. Shringasaurus (a bizarre, diapsid reptile from the Triassic of India, that was only formally named and described two years ago)

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Concavenator Dinosaur Model

New for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Concavenator dinosaur model.

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Concavenator dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Deinonychus Dinosaur Model

The new for 2020 the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Deinonychus dinosaur model.

New for 2020 the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Deinonychus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Dilophosaurus Dinosaur Model

New for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Dilophosaurus dinosaur model.

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Dilophosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Edmontosaurus Dinosaur Model

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Edmontosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Ichthyosaurus Marine Reptile Model

New for 2020 the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Ichthyosaurus model.

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Ichthyosaurus model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Pachycephalosaurus Dinosaur Model

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Pachycephalosaurus dinosaur model.

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Pachycephalosaurus model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Qianzhousaurus Dinosaur Model

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Qianzhousaurus tyrannosaurid model.

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Qianzhousaurus model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The World Safari Prehistoric World Sarcosuchus Model

2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Sarcosuchus.

New for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Sarcosuchus model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Shringasaurus Model

New for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Shringasaurus.

The new for 2020 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Shringasaurus.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Tale of the Tape – Model Measurements

We know how important the size of a figure is to dinosaur fans and model collectors, we have published details (below), of the approximate factory model measurements.  As and when models come into stock, our team members will check measurements and record model details.

  • Concavenator – length 16.8 cm and just under 7 cm (head height).
  • Deinonychus – length just over 22 cm, height of head just over 8.5 cm.
  • Dilophosaurus – length just over 16 cm, height of head just over 7.5 cm.
  • Edmontosaurus – length 26.2 cm, height 9.5 cm.  The Edmontosaurus is the largest prehistoric animal model Safari Ltd are introducing early in 2020.
  • Ichthyosaurus – length just over 19 cm.
  • Pachycephalosaurus – length 20.6 cm, height of head just over 10 cm.
  • Qianzhousaurus -length 22.9 cm, height of head just over 9 cm.
  • Sarcosuchus – length just under 26.5 cm.
  • Shringasaurus – length 17 cm, height of head 6 cm.

Expected When?

These figures will be put into production over the next few weeks, the official introduction date is around February 2020.  However, Everything Dinosaur hopes to have some of these models a little earlier, perhaps around December 2019.  Pricing for these models has yet to be announced.

Everything Dinosaur’s priority reserve list is now open, to reserve any of these figures simply email us, stating which model(s) you would like to reserve: Email Everything Dinosaur.

1 10, 2019

PNSO Large Megalodon Model – Patton

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The Battle Damaged PNSO Large Megalodon Model

Our friends at PNSO introduced this year a new version of their large prehistoric shark replica (Megalodon).  We have been asked by many fans of prehistoric animals to show more pictures of this exciting figure.  Our team members are happy to oblige and we have produced a short video in which we unbox this large replica and provide a view of the amazing paintwork and detail on this PVC shark.  We also comment on the intricate and subtle scarring that is seen on this PNSO replica.

The Battle Scarred PNSO Large Megalodon Model

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Reviewing a Fearsome Prehistoric Shark

Known from calcified vertebrae and most famously, from huge triangular teeth, this prehistoric shark is thought to be the largest hypercarnivorous Elasmobranch to have ever existed.  Size estimates vary, but a length of approximately sixteen metres has been proposed.  The PNSO Megalodon figure is also an impressive size, it measures around 32 centimetres in length and when erected on its display base (included in the box), the figure stands some 25 cm high.

The Stunning Cover Sleeve Artwork for the PNSO Megalodon Model

Brilliant artwork on the PNSO Megalodon model cover sleeve.

The amazing, colourful sleeve artwork on the PNSO Megalodon figure.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Patton or Patton?

In our short video, (it lasts around 1 minute 45 seconds), we highlight some of the beautiful detail on this amazing prehistoric shark model.  PNSO now have two Megalodon models in their range.  Earlier this year, a second, smaller model was introduced, this figure had an articulated lower jaw.  Ironically, both these figures have been given the nickname “Patton” by the manufacturer, this might lead to a little bit of confusion.  We have asked our chums at PNSO for explanation, it seems that since Patton proved to be such a popular name for the larger figure, then the monicker became the name of choice for the second Megalodon replica.  So, PNSO currently offer two Megalodon figures, both entitled Patton.

“Patton” and “Patton” Two Megalodon Prehistoric Shark Replicas from PNSO

PNSO Megalodon shark models.

Which of the PNSO Megalodon prehistoric shark models do you prefer?  Please select either “Patton” or “Patton”.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

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Further details on the extensive PNSO Age of Dinosaurs model range, including information on the two PNSO Megalodon figures visit: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs Figures and Replicas.

30 09, 2019

Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon – What Lies Beneath?

By | September 30th, 2019|Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon – Examining the Underside

Everything Dinosaur team members have been busy fielding all the questions we have received about the exciting new GrabNGo product line from Rebor.  The first of these new replicas, a 1:6 scale replica of a Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis), is due to arrive in November, but we are expecting to receive some more production samples before then.  In the meantime, staff have been responding to the emails, phone calls and social media messages about this new product line.

Several customers commented on the beautiful detail on the skin that they could see from our photographs, but asked us to show pictures of the underside of the model as well.  We always try to help our customers out, so without further ado we set about posting up a short YouTube video showing the “belly of the beast.”

The Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon 1:6 Scale Model – What Lies Beneath?

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Detailed Underside of the Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon

In this short video (it lasts a fraction under fifty seconds), we show a view of the belly of the lizard replica.  The fine detail associated with the top of the model is mirrored underneath.  The figure is beautifully crafted and at about half a metre in length, it is an impressive size.  We are not sure why many of our customers wanted to see the underside, we suspect that inferior figures may not have the detailing or finish.  Our customers can rest assured, the Rebor GrabNGo underside shows the same care and attention to detail as the rest of the model, although we would point out that our production prototype is missing a cloaca.

Examining the Underside of the Rebor GrabNGo Komodo Dragon Replica

A Komod dragon model goes "belly up".

Showing the underside of the Rebor GrabNGo Komodo dragon lizard.  A Komodo dragon model goes “belly up”!

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Priority Reserve List is Now Open

The model has been priced at just £13.32 plus tax (if due) and postage.  Everything Dinosaur opened a reserve list for this figure a few days ago and the company has already logged a great many reservation requests.  The model is due to be in stock sometime in November (2019).

To join Everything Dinosaur’s priority reserve list for this exciting new figure, simply contact Everything Dinosaur by email: Email us to Join our No Obligation Priority Reserve List

Showing the Figure the Right Way Up!

Rebor GrabNGo Komodo dragon.

The new for 2019 Rebor GrabNGo Komodo dragon replica (1:6 scale model).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

This is certainly one animal replica that looks good whichever way you look at it.

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