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22 02, 2021

A Jurassic Park Inspired Dinosaur Diorama

By | February 22nd, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

A Jurassic Park Inspired Dinosaur Diorama

Our thanks to James who sent into Everything Dinosaur some photos of his Jurassic Park inspired dinosaur diorama.  James has used many of the prehistoric animal models he purchased from Everything Dinosaur to recreate some of his favourite scenes from the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World movie franchise.  There are lots of different dinosaur models and replicas featured in the photographs.

Can you identify all the prehistoric animal replicas and toys?

A Pack of Papo Velociraptors Confront a Dilophosaurus

Four against one! Velociraptor pack versus a Dilophosaurus.

Four Velociraptors confront a Dilophosaurus.  Four Papo Velociraptors confront a single Dilophosaurus.  The Dilophosaurus replica is the ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus figure.  A splendid and very colourful frill has been added to the Dilophosaurus making it very reminiscent to the Dilophosaurus “spitters” that were first seen in the original 1993 film Jurassic Park.

Picture Credit: James

A Tyrannosaurus rex About to Eat a Goat

A goat meets a T. rex

A goat about to have an unfortunate encounter with a Tyrannosaurus rex.

Picture Credit: James

The photograph (above), shows a T. rex about to consume a goat, a recreation of a famous scene from the film Jurassic Park, when the Tyrannosaurus rex makes its debut in the movie franchise.  The goat model is a PNSO Animals of Asia replica, can you work out which T. rex model is in the picture?

Tyrannosaurus rex Battles a Carnotaurus

T. rex defeats a Carnotaurus.

Tyrannosaurus rex fights a Carnotaurus.  In a dramatic recreation of a famous scene from the most recent film in the movie franchise, a Carnotaurus is attacked by a T. rex.

Picture Credit: James

In the latest film to be released in this franchise (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), that came out in 2018, there is a scene in which the hero Owen Grady (played by Chris Pratt) is saved from a Carnotaurus by the island’s T. rex.  James has recreated this scene and (below), he has depicted the scene that precedes the T. rex attack when the Carnotaurus does battle with a horned dinosaur.

A Carnotaurus Battles Sinoceratops

Carnotaurus battles Sinoceratops.

A Carnotaurus does battle with a Sinoceratops.

Picture Credit: James

The Carnotaurus is the Wild Safari Prehistoric World replica that was introduced in 2019.  The horned dinosaur is the excellent Nanmu Studio Sinoceratops dinosaur replica.

A Pair of Horned Dinosaurs in the Jurassic Park Paddock

Horned dinosaurs at Jurassic Park.

Pachyrhinosaurus and Sinoceratops roaming around Jurassic Park.  Horned dinosaurs at home in Jurassic Park.  The PNSO Pachyrhinosaurus can be seen in the foreground.

Picture Credit: James

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“Our thanks to James for sending in such a fantastic collection of images.  We think we can guess what his favourite film franchise is.”

A Close-up View of the ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus 

ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus in a Jurassic Park diorama.

The ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus dinosaur model features in the Jurassic Park diorama.  James has added small rocks, pieces of bark and made his own plant models.

Picture Credit: James

21 02, 2021

Microraptors on Display

By | February 21st, 2021|Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Drawings, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Team members at Everything Dinosaur came across this image of a pair of Microraptors displaying to each other. The image shows two Wild Safari Prehistoric World Microraptor models and the picture was sent to Everything Dinosaur by Safari Ltd in 2017 or thereabouts. The picture has not been used by Everything Dinosaur before.

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Microraptor models
A pair of Microraptors compete in intraspecific combat. Visual displays were probably very important to these small dromaeosaurs.

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Microraptor

The image (above), was one of several sent to Everything Dinosaur by Safari Ltd to promote their range of newly introduced prehistoric animal figures. That year (2017), was a bumper year for new prehistoric animal model introductions from Safari Ltd. In total, there were thirteen new replicas introduced. As well as the Microraptor, there was a new model of another member of the Dromaeosauridae, albeit from a different subfamily to Microraptor. Safari Ltd added a feathered Velociraptor to their product portfolio.

A Pack of Hungry Velociraptors
A quartet of Velociraptors (Wild Safari Prehistoric World Velociraptor models). In 2017, Safari Ltd launched two, new Dromaeosauridae models – Velociraptor and Microraptor.

The picture (above) shows a pack of Velociraptors (Wild Safari Prehistoric World Velociraptor dinosaur models).

The list of new figures from Safari Ltd in 2017:

  • Coelophysis
  • Deinocheirus
  • Diplodocus
  • Einiosaurus
  • Giganotosaurus
  • Kronosaurus
  • Microraptor
  • Parasaurolophus
  • Psittacosaurus
  • Quetzalcoatlus
  • Tylosaurus
  • Tyrannosaurus rex (feathered)
  • Velociraptor (feathered)

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“What a splendid year 2017 turned out to be for new prehistoric animal models from Safari Ltd. In 2014, the twenty-eight year collaboration between the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Safari Ltd had ended just a couple of years before. More prehistoric figures had been promised by the American-based manufacturer and in 2017 collectors began to see the results of Safari Ltd’s development work.”

Safari Ltd have continued their trend of increasing the number of prehistoric animal figures they produce. Even a pandemic has not stopped them, Everything Dinosaur will stock a further two new Safari Ltd dinosaur models this year.

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Baryonyx dinosaur model.
The new for 2021 Wild Safari Prehistoric World Baryonyx dinosaur model. This new for 2021 dinosaur model is currently in stock at Everything Dinosaur along with the armoured T. rex and the armoured Triceratops dinosaur models. The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Daspletosaurus and the new Spinosaurus figure will be available from Everything Dinosaur shortly (April 2021).

To view the Wild Safari Prehistoric World models available from Everything Dinosaur: Wild Safari Prehistoric World Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.

19 02, 2021

A Happy Dinosaur Model

By | February 19th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Early Years Foundation Reception, Everything Dinosaur Products, General Teaching, Key Stage 1/2, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Aaron the little T. rex dinosaur model, which is one of 48 small prehistoric animal figures currently manufactured by PNSO, is proving very popular amongst young dinosaur fans. We received an email from a mother whose daughter had just received her parcel sent by Everything Dinosaur containing some of these PNSO figures. Mum wrote to say how delighted her daughter was with her dinosaurs and she had stated that the little T. rex replica (Aaron) seemed to be a very a happy dinosaur as the model had a smile on its face.

PNSO Aaron the little Tyrannosaurus rex
A smiling T. rex dinosaur model. The PNSO Aaron the little T. rex. Is this dinosaur smiling?

Happy Dinosaurs

Ascribing emotions to a dinosaur is somewhat challenging. After all, such traits are not represented in the fossil record. However, those near relatives of the “tyrant lizard king”, the birds, do demonstrate a range of behaviours that indicate emotions and even empathy towards others.

People who keep birds as pets have stated that they can sense emotional states and energy levels and the birds change their behaviours accordingly. Parrots, pigeons and budgerigars can sulk, show jealously, excitement and affection towards their human owners. Bird intelligence has been studied for many years, Darwin considered avian intelligence and pondered on their emotional states.

PNSO Aaron the little Tyrannosaurus rex
The PNSO Aaron the little T. rex seems to be smiling. It is a very happy looking dinosaur model.

A Contented T. rex?

It is the configuration of the jaw line that perhaps gives Aaron the little T. rex dinosaur model an appearance of smiling. With his big eyes and the indication of feathers on the top of his head, his look might be interpreted as a happy, contented dinosaur.

As scientists learn more about the behaviours and cognitive abilities of extant animals in combination with rare fossils that shine a light on nesting/brooding, herd behaviour and intra-specific interactions, then we are going to see more palaeo-artists producing artwork that develops these themes.

For the young girl and her dinosaur collection, if she thinks that Aaron the little T. rex is a very happy dinosaur then this is fine by us. Aaron and the other PNSO models will help her to develop through play as she uses her imagination and creativity.

To view Everything Dinosaur’s range of PNSO prehistoric animal models including some “happy” dinosaurs: PNSO Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animals.

18 02, 2021

Preparing for the PNSO Machairoceratops

By | February 18th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Team members at Everything Dinosaur have been preparing for the arrival of the new for 2021 PNSO prehistoric animal models. One of the new figures is a model of the horned dinosaur Machairoceratops (M. cronusi), which was formally named and described in 2016.

Perez the PNSO Machairoceratops Model

PNSO Machairoceratops replica.
PNSO Machairoceratops – a model of a horned dinosaur. This dinosaur figure is due in stock at Everything Dinosaur in early March 2021.

Preparing a Scale Drawing

As part of our preparations, we have been busy researching and writing a fact sheet all about “bent sword horn face”. One of the elements incorporated into our fact sheet is a scale drawing showing the estimated size of the animal. Classified as an early member of the Centrosaurinae (a sub-family within the Ceratopsidae), the exact size of this dinosaur remains uncertain, due to the lack of post cranial material although palaeontologists have proposed that this Campanian-aged horned dinosaur was around 6-7 metres in length. Fossils of this spectacular-looking horned dinosaur were recovered from strata in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument area of southern Utah (Wahweap Formation).

Everything Dinosaur’s Scale Drawing of Machairoceratops

Machairoceratops Scale Drawing
Everything Dinosaur has commissioned a scale drawing of Machairoceratops (M. cronusi) in preparation for the arrival of the PNSO dinosaur model.

Calculating a Scale for the Model

Although PNSO have not published a scale for their mid-size model range, we know how keen dinosaur model collectors are when it comes to assessing the scale of new dinosaur models.

The PNSO model measures just under 16 cm in length (157 mm). As a result, we estimate that this figure is in approximately 1:40 scale.

PNSO Perez the Machairoceratops Dimensions

Measurements of the PNSO Machairoceratops dinosaur model.
PNSO Machairoceratops measurements. The PNSO horned dinosaur model (M. cronusi) measures a fraction under 16 cm in length. As a guide, Everything Dinosaur estimate that this model is in approximately 1:40 scale.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“Perez the Machairoceratops is one of eight new PNSO figures coming into stock, we expect these models to arrive at our warehouse in the second week of March.”

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

15 02, 2021

ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus Reviewed

By | February 15th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Our thanks to “Jurassic James” for sending into Everything Dinosaur his review of the ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus dinosaur model.

Late Jurassic Predator Dilophosaurus
The ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus.

James placed his review on the Everything Dinosaur website here is his dinosaur model review.

“This is one model I was torn with whether to buy or not. It was a split decision between this or the Rebor versions. I am so glad I opted for this version I’m sure the Rebor is great too but I just think this model has better detail for the scale it is in. That having been said I haven’t got the Rebor figure so maybe their models are just as good.”

He went onto add:

“I personally like models that are similar to “Jurassic Park/Jurassic World”. This model to me is based on the colouring we see on the dinosaur from the original “Jurassic Park” movie but with some differences. For instance, the deep red head frills, so maybe it is a different variant, a male or a mature female as the one in the film was supposed to be a juvenile. I also have the green T. rex by ITOY Studio and found mine to be better than the promotional images colour wise having more yellow shades as it looked bright green on the promotional images but I find this gave more character and detail.”

The ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus.
ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus dinosaur model.

A Highly Detailed Display Base

Commenting on the base, James went onto say:

“The base that comes with this figure is of the highest quality something else that attracted me to it. The only slight issue I have with mine is there are two small metal rods that line up with the dinos feet and mine will only line up with one at a time. This in no way effects the balance of the dinosaur and it also balances perfectly without the base. I do think the pose works well with the base though as it looks as if the animal is looking out for danger before taking a drink.

Thank you once again to Everything Dinosaur for a swift and excellent service.”

How to Position the Dilophosaurus on its Base

We noted the comment about placing this model onto its display base, so a team member from Everything Dinosaur explained how to position the ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus on its base. Check the holes in the base of the feet are clear of any obstruction, then place the front foot in position first. When this foot is in position, carefully wiggle the rear of the model and gently ease the back foot into place on the second metal rod.

A note to model collectors, the rods are supposed to be bent, these add extra security helping to stabilise the figure.

To view the ITOY Studio range in stock at Everything Dinosaur including the ITOY Studio Dilophosaurus: ITOY Studio Prehistoric Animal Models.

10 02, 2021

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops (sub-adult) Model

By | February 10th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops (sub-adult) Model

We have received some requests to post up more photographs of the popular Beasts of the Mesozoic sub-adult Triceratops dinosaur model.  Our team members are always willing to oblige so we produced a short blog post that features some more pictures of the Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops horridus.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Articulated Triceratops Dinosaur Model (sub-adult Triceratops horridus)

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops (sub-adult) articulated figure.

The beautiful Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops (sub-adult) articulated figure.  This is one of nine members of the Ceratopsia in the first wave of the popular Beasts of the Mesozoic series.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

This one of the largest of the first wave of ceratopsian models created, this is appropriate as T. horridus is regarded as one of the biggest of all the horned dinosaurs described to date.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops Model is Around 27 cm in Length

Beasts of the Mesozoic sub-adult Triceratops dinosaur model is approximately 27 cm long.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic sub-adult Triceratops dinosaur model is approximately 27 cm long.  The model has twenty points of articulation and the manufacturer declares a scale of 1:18.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

In 1/18th Scale

A replica of one of the most popular of all the dinosaurs, the Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops is a very colourful figure with twenty points of articulation.  Measuring a fraction under 27 cm in length it is also one of the largest of the first wave of ceratopsian figures created by this company, even though the figure represents a sub-adult.  The model has a declared scale of 1:18 and it represents a dinosaur that lived towards the very end of the Cretaceous.  Palaeontologists have estimated that the temporal range of Triceratops horridus was from 66.8 to 66.4 million years ago (Maastrichtian faunal stage of the Late Cretaceous).  It was superseded by Triceratops prorsus which it is believed it was an ancestor of.  Hell Creek Formation fossils also suggest an as yet, unnamed intermediate species between T. horridus and the younger T. prorsus.

A Dorsal View of the Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops Dinosaur Model

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops sub-adult model (dorsal view).

A dorsal (top down) view of the Beasts of the Mesozoic Triceratops (sub-adult) dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the gorgeous Beasts of the Mesozoic sub-adult T. horridus and the rest of the articulated figures in the Beasts of the Mesozoic range: Beasts of the Mesozoic Models.

8 02, 2021

Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops Dinosaur Model

By | February 8th, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops Dinosaur Model

One of the first wave of horned dinosaur figures to be introduced under the Beasts of the Mesozoic banner, Zuniceratops is one of those dinosaur models that since its introduction it has helped inform and educate model collectors about the huge diversity now associated with the Ceratopsia.  Models of this Late Cretaceous horned dinosaur are few and far between and the inclusion of this figure, a replica of a member of the Ceratopsidae which was about the size of a cow, helped broaden the understanding of dinosaur fans and model collectors.  Zuniceratops represents a “transitional form”, a dinosaur with a combination of primitive traits and more derived characteristics.  Roaming around the southern United States approximately 90 million years ago (Turonian faunal stage), it is one of just a handful of dinosaurs known to science from this time, some twenty-four million years prior to the evolution of more famous horned dinosaurs such as Triceratops.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops (Z. christopheri) Dinosaur Model

The beautiful markings on the Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops model.

Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops (lateral view).  Showing the colourful markings on this articulated dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Zuni Horned Face

Measuring a fraction under 22 cm in length, this is one of the smallest of the horned dinosaurs in the Beasts of the Mesozoic series.  In order for it to be given the standard scale for this range (1/18th scale), a small replica was required as this dinosaur measured around three metres long and weighed approximately 200 kilograms, making it considerably smaller and lighter than its much more famous horned dinosaur distant relatives such as Styracosaurus, Triceratops and Pachyrhinosaurus.  The figure might measure just under 22 cm long but it does have 19 points of articulation crammed into its small but sturdy frame.

A Close-up View of the Horns Possessed by Zuniceratops

Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops christopheri dinosaur model.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops christopheri dinosaur model.  Despite its formidable appearance, Zuniceratops was actually quite small for a member of the North American ceratopsids.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Fantastic Paint Scheme

The colours chosen for this articulated dinosaur model are certainly bold and striking.  The body shows signs of counter shading which then give way to contrasting orange flashes which blend with the deep blue to be found at the top of the front legs, around the eyes and framing the long neck shield.   The two brow horns are beautifully painted.  These horns may have played a role in visual communication or as defensive weapons to deter the advances of theropod predators.  Ironically, as far as Everything Dinosaur team members know, there have been no large carnivorous dinosaurs from the Moreno Hill Formation of New Mexico formally described.  Fossils of Zuniceratops are associated with this geological formation and nowhere else.

The Beautiful and Very Colourful Head of the Zuniceratops Model

Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops (anterior view).

The beautiful, detailed head of the Beasts of the Mesozoic Zuniceratops articulated dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“Because it represents one of the smaller Late Cretaceous ceratopsians from North America, this Beasts of the Mesozoic figure is a little smaller than the rest of the first wave of these dinosaur models.  We have subsequently priced it a little cheaper so it has become the ideal entry point for model collectors who wish to familiarise themselves with this exciting dinosaur model series.”

To view the Beasts of the Mesozoic ceratopsians and the rest of the models in this series: Beast of the Mesozoic Models.

7 02, 2021

Feedback on Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Models

By | February 7th, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Model Reviews

Over the last few weeks, we have been busy sending out lots of Nanmu Studio dinosaur models to enthusiastic collectors.  Since this range came into stock at Everything Dinosaur, we have sold a lot of Nanmu Studio models and customer reviews as provided by the independent ratings company Feefo are starting to be posted up on the Feefo website.  The Nanmu Studio range of figures is certainly proving to be popular.

A Nanmu Studio Allosaurus Dinosaur Model

Nanmu Studio Allosaurus Blade (Red).

The Nanmu Studio Allosaurus Blade (Red).  One of the Nanmu Studio dinosaur models in stock at Everything Dinosaur which has recently been reviewed by customers.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Nanmu Studio Dinosaur Model Reviews

Here are some examples of recent customer reviews of the Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series dinosaur models:

Steve provided feedback on his Nanmu Studio order stating that:

“I have purchased from Everything Dinosaur a fair few times now and I can honestly say they are one of the best, sadly I can only give 5 stars or it would be more.  Everything Dinosaur have pushed to bring in some amazing figures recently and I certainly look forward to purchasing more in the future.  They have a great range of products to suit all ages from a child to an adult collector, so they are pretty much a one stop shop for dinosaur products.”

He had purchased the Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Tyrannosaurus rex (Alpha – Green) and this is his review:

“Nanmu JP series of Dinosaurs are probably the best available and this one is a superb addition to my collection”.

The Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series T. rex Dinosaur Model

Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Tyrannosaurus rex (Alpha -Green) dinosaur model.

The Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Tyrannosaurus rex (Alpha -Green).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Everything Dinosaur  customer Shanice commented:

“Perfect as always!  It’s my favourite dinosaur store.  I appreciate the quick responses on Facebook as well, as I usually approach Everything Dinosaur on Facebook for questions!”

Purchasing the Spinosaurus (Supplanter) the review left stated:

“Supplanter equals absolutely amazing!  It’s funny actually, since I contacted Everything Dinosaur a long time ago asking if they would ever have Nanmu figures in their store and back then they told me they were working on connecting with several brands!  I am so glad I had the patience to wait so I could finally buy it here!  Finally, I got the beauty!  This Spinosaurus is gorgeous the details are just wow…. I love it especially those teeth looking so real in fact this entire figure really looks real like!  Love it!”

Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Supplanter Spinosaurus Model

Nanmu Studio Spinosaurus in stock at Everything Dinosaur.

Nanmu Studio Spinosaurus dinosaur model (Supplanter) at Everything Dinosaur.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Lara from Slovenia commented on the Nanmu Studio T. rex model:

“It is amazing!  Very well made.  I bought it as a gift and my bf loved it.  These are very well made statues.”

Cameron reviewed the Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Carnotaurus Ranger model stating:

“Fantastic my little boy loves it as Carnotaurus is his favourite dinosaur.  As per usual great communication amazing service from start to finish.  Speedy delivery as always, highly recommend them [Everything Dinosaur] to anyone.”

The Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Carnotaurus (Ranger)

The Nanmu Studio Jurassic Series Carnotaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

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

1 02, 2021

Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes Preserved Dissection Specimens Delayed

By | February 1st, 2021|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes Preserved Dissection Specimens Delayed

The two eagerly awaited Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens have been delayed and they are not going to arrive on the 2nd of February as earlier stated.  Both the Rebor Oddities C. longipes replicas (preserved dissection specimen and the limited edition Victorian Goth version), have been despatched and they are currently on the water heading for the UK.  However, delays and difficulties with shipping and other global logistics related matters led to hold-ups prior to them leaving the factory and they are not likely to arrive before the end of the month (February 2021) or possibly into March.

The Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes Dissection Specimens

The Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens.

The Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens (standard on the left and the limited edition Victorian Goth version is shown on the right).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“This is disappointing news but there is virtually no air freight available so these items, like many items at the moment are having to be sent by sea freight.  We apologise for this delay, but we have all the pre-orders for these two replicas safely stored on our database and the delay will only be for a few weeks.”

Available for Pre-order

These two models were originally launched and made available for pre-order in November 2020.  As Everything Dinosaur does not ask for payment upfront, there was no deposit to pay or any additional fees, those customers on the company’s pre-order lists merely have to wait a little longer for these two replicas.  There are huge delays and a lot of disruption in global distribution networks at the moment.  Everything Dinosaur notes that some companies insist on deposits or an upfront payment (sometimes even 100% of the order value), as part of the pre-order terms and conditions.  Customers may have spent or committed funds but will have longer to wait to receive their goods.  With Everything Dinosaur, this is not the case, we just ask our customers on our pre-order lists to be patient at this difficult time.

The spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur added:

“We have emailed all those customers who took up our offer of pre-ordering, informing them of the current situation.  We explained why the delay has occurred and they can rest assured that we are doing all we can to bring models and figures into stock as quickly as possible.”

Both Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes Preserved Dissection Specimens Featured in Everything Dinosaur’s November Newsletter

Rebor Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens.

The Rebor Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens featured in the Everything Dinosaur November 2020 newsletter.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Both the Rebor Oddities Compsognathus longipes preserved dissection specimens have been given a new availability date of Tuesday 2nd March.  The expected arrival date for these figures has been put back by four weeks.

Ironically, although stocks are quite low, both these figures are still available for pre-order and they can be found in this section: Rebor Models and Figures.

31 01, 2021

PNSO Audrey the Lambeosaurus Video Review

By | January 31st, 2021|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

PNSO Audrey the Lambeosaurus Video Review

The latest additions to the PNSO mid-size model range have really got dinosaur fans and prehistoric animal model collectors excited.  Everything Dinosaur has worked with PNSO for many years, in fact we have the longest trading relationship with this company outside of China.  Audrey the Lambeosaurus is one of fourteen new for 2020/21 prehistoric animals that have been produced.  It is a very impressive hadrosaur model with a beautiful, reticulated colour scheme.  The figure has been given a gloss coat, so it has a wet-look appearance.  As one of our favourite PNSO figures, we have produced a short video review of it for our YouTube channel.

Everything Dinosaur Highlights the PNSO Lambeosaurus (Audrey the Lambeosaurus)

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

We recommend our YouTube video channel, it is crammed full of video reviews of prehistoric animal replicas, hints and tips and it also gives collectors the opportunity to suggest new dinosaur models.  Here is a link to the Everything Dinosaur YouTube channel: Everything Dinosaur – YouTube.

Audrey the Lambeosaurus

In the short video review (the YouTube video lasts just over two minutes), the Lambeosaurus packaging is shown and then the dinosaur model is placed on our turntable so that viewers can see this figure from all angles.  We comment on the reticulated patterning and explain what inspired the design team at PNSO to use this colour scheme and design.  In addition, we confirm the figure’s measurements and suggest a scale (based on Lambeosaurus lambei) of around 1:30 for this dinosaur model.

In the Video We Provide Detailed Model Measurements

PNSO Audrey the Lambeosaurus model measurements.

In the Everything Dinosaur YouTube video we provide detailed measurements for the PNSO Audrey the Lambeosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A 1/30th Scale Hadrosaur Model

Although PNSO do not declare a scale for their mid-size prehistoric animal figures, in the Everything Dinosaur video we propose a suggested scale as well as showing close-up views of the superb detail on the dinosaur model.  The clear, glossy coat that has been applied gives the hadrosaur a wet-look.  This is most noticeable around the head and that distinctive hatchet-shaped head crest.

A Close-up View of the Head and Crest of the PNSO Audrey the Lambeosaurus

PNSO Lambeosaurus (anterior view).

A close view of the head and hatchet-like crest on the PNSO Lambeosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur 

Audrey the PNSO Lambeosaurus is just one of a whole herd of exciting, new PNSO prehistoric animal figures available from Everything Dinosaur.  To view the range of PNSO dinosaur models and prehistoric animal replicas: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs Models and Figures.

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