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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.

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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.

1 10, 2019

PNSO Large Megalodon Model – Patton

By | October 1st, 2019|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Product Reviews|0 Comments

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.

21 08, 2019

Rebor Oddities Foetus Models are in Stock

By | August 21st, 2019|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Rebor Oddities T. rex and Velociraptor Foetus Models

The Rebor Oddities Tyrannosaurus rex and Velociraptor models are now in stock at Everything Dinosaur.  They are fantastic dinosaur display pieces, consisting of a beautifully sculpted theropod (either T. rex or Velociraptor), a special display jar with lid and a light-up base, so that you can highlight the figure inside.  To complete the display, simply carefully add water to the jar (tap water is fine) and then immerse the model into the water and place the lid back on.  Don’t forget to turn the light on, which is incorporated into the base (there is even a battery included).

As part of Everything Dinosaur’s promotional activities, we shot a quick unboxing video in our still to be completed studio.

The Rebor Oddities Foetus T. rex Contents

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Rebor Oddities Foetus Tyrannosaurus rex Figure

In this short video, we unpack one of the Rebor Oddities T. rex models and we demonstrate how this intriguing display piece is put together.  The video is just under 1 minute 40 seconds in length.  Our studio is not yet complete, we have still got some sound proofing to do and there are more lights to sort out, but we could not wait to put together a brief video highlighting this most original item from the extensive Rebor range.

The Rebor Oddities Foetus Tyrannosaurus rex Figure

The Rebor Oddities Foetus (T. rex) figure on display.

The Rebor Oddities Foetus (T. rex) figure with the uplighter in operation.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Rebor Oddities Foetus Velociraptor Replica

In addition to the excellent T. rex figure, those talented people at Rebor have created a second display piece, this time featuring a Velociraptor foetus.  The Velociraptor figure is the slightly smaller of the two, it stands twenty-two centimetres high when on its uplighter display base, whilst the T. rex figure is a little taller at approximately twenty-four centimetres high.

The Rebor Oddities Foetus Velociraptor Figure

The Rebor Oddities foetus Velociraptor figure.

The beautiful Rebor Oddities Foetus (Velociraptor).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view these Rebor figures and the rest of the Rebor prehistoric animal replicas and models: Rebor Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Models

At Everything Dinosaur, the Velociraptor and Tyrannosaurus rex foetus replicas are sold individually, but for a limited period these two figures are available as a pair at a special offer price with additional subsidy on the postage and shipping costs.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“These are fascinating prehistoric animal figures and it is great to see such innovative models being introduced by Rebor.  We were so impressed that even though our film and photography studio is not finished we wanted to shoot an unboxing video anyway.”

The Rebor Oddities video is up on the Everything Dinosaur YouTube page, we intend to make lots and lots of prehistoric animal model videos in the future, including more model reviews.

To visit Everything Dinosaur on YouTube: Everything Dinosaur on YouTube

16 08, 2019

Posing the Papo Pentaceratops

By | August 16th, 2019|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Posing the Papo Pentaceratops

The Papo Pentaceratops model has a rearing pose, but the model is so well designed that it can rest in a horizontal position with three legs resting on the floor.  The Papo Pentaceratops is a beautiful figure, but it is also so well balanced that it can be placed in a couple of different poses if model collectors don’t want to feature it rearing up in their model displays.  To illustrate this point, we created a short video demonstrating the Papo Pentaceratops dinosaur figure in a rearing pose and showing how it can be displayed in other poses too.

Posing the Papo Pentaceratops Dinosaur Model

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The Papo Pentaceratops Model

Although the French manufacturer (Papo), has produced several ceratopsian models in the past (Triceratops, baby Triceratops, Styracosaurus and Pachyrhinosaurus), this is the first horned dinosaur to be depicted in a rearing pose.   Much praise has been heaped on the broad shoulders of the Pentaceratops figure, it has proved to be a big hit with collectors and dinosaur model fans.

The New for 2019 Papo Pentaceratops Dinosaur Model

The new for 2019 Papo Pentaceratops and the Papo Gorgosaurus dinosaur models.

The new for 2019 Papo Gorgosaurus (left) and the Papo Pentaceratops dinosaur model (right).  The Papo Pentaceratops figure is much larger than the Gorgosaurus.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Attracting 5-star Reviews

The Pentaceratops may only have been out for a short while, but it has already received several 5-star reviews from Everything Dinosaur customers.  For example, Ryan left a review on the Everything Dinosaur website saying:

“Fantastic figure!  A really dynamic pose, plenty of finer details and a great realistic paint job.  This one will really stand out amongst my collection.”

Our thanks for your comments, Ryan, we really like the cryptic quip about the model “standing out”, it certainly does with its upright rearing pose.

Model collector David, also piled praise on the model exclaiming:

“Beautiful model!  Very convincing sculpt, full of life with lovely colouration.  Excellent service from Everything Dinosaur!”

For David, the Papo Pentaceratops and our awarding winning customer service are two things worth praising.  A great big thank you to all those very kind people who have taken the time and trouble to review our models, both on our website also via our Feefo feedback pages.

The Papo Pentaceratops and the Papo Gorgosaurus model for that matter, are available from Everything Dinosaur, to view these models and the rest of the extensive Papo prehistoric animal model range: Papo Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models

11 08, 2019

PNSO Megalodon (2019) Video Review

By | August 11th, 2019|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

A Video Review of the PNSO Megalodon Model (Patton)

Our thanks to the talented “Matthew the Dinosaur King” for posting up a video review of the recently introduced PNSO Megalodon model with an articulated lower jaw.  In this short video review, the narrator discusses the taxonomy of this famous prehistoric shark and then examines the model in detail.

The Video Review of the PNSO Megalodon Shark Model

Video Credit: Matthew the Dinosaur King

Ancestor of the Great White Shark?

In this very informative video, Matthew comments on the problems involved with classifying this prehistoric fish when palaeontologists have only got the teeth and a few calcified vertebrae to study.  He points out that most scientists consider this shark to be a member of the Odontidae family (pronounced Oh-don-tid-day).  It had been thought that this prehistoric shark was closely related to and the direct ancestor of the Great White shark (Carcharodon carcharias).    It is likely that Megalodon filled a similar position in the marine ecosystem as the extant Great White, that of an apex predator, hunting and consuming a wide variety of prey including marine mammals.  Any resemblance between Carcharodon carcharias and Megalodon (now, commonly described as Carcharocles megalodon), could be attributed to convergent evolution.  In 2012, Everything Dinosaur produced a short article about a fossil discovery that indicated that Great White sharks could be descended from ancient Mackerel sharks: Getting Our Teeth into the Origins of the Great White Shark.

The Video Review Also Shows the PNSO Megalodon Packaging

The packaging of the PNSO Megalodon model "Patton".

The beautifully designed box of the PNSO Megalodon model “Patton”.  This aspect of the new PNSO “Patton” model is commented upon in detail in the video review.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

What’s in the Box?

The reviewer takes time to examine the packaging of this model.  The box is examined in detail and the clear plastic support base that helps to protect the model in transit is shown.  The plastic base can be used to help display this figure, although it does balance quite well on its pectoral and small pelvic fins.

In the video, the articulated jaw of this figure is highlighted.  Other models of Megalodon have been produced before, for example, the narrator comments on the Wild Safari Prehistoric World Megalodon model (introduced in 2014), but “Patton” as PNSO has named this shark figure, has an articulated lower jaw.

A Close View of the Articulated Lower Jaw of the PNSO “Patton” the Megalodon Shark Figure

Mind your fingers! A view of the PNSO "Patton" Megalodon model.

A close up view of the PNSO “Patton” Megalodon model.  Mind your fingers!

Video image credit: Matthew the Dinosaur King

This new for 2019 PNSO figure has certainly proved popular with collectors.  This is the second Carcharocles megalodon model to have been produced by PNSO, both figures are available (whilst stocks last from Everything Dinosaur).  Our thanks to model collector Luke who sent into us a photograph of his recently purchased pair of “Pattons”.  Both the figure with the articulated jaw and the larger model with a stand, are called “Patton”.

The Two PNSO Megalodon Models on Display

Thank you Luke for sending in pics of his two PNSO Megalodon shark models.

Thanks to Luke for sending in pics of his two PNSO Megalodon shark models.

Picture Credit: Luke

We thank Luke for his photograph and for “Matthew the Dinosaur King” for providing such an excellent video review.

Everything Dinosaur recommends that readers subscribe to the YouTube channel of “Matthew the Dinosaur King”: “Matthew the Dinosaur King” on YouTube.

To see all the PNSO prehistoric animal models currently in stock at Everything Dinosaur, including the two PNSO Megalodon figures: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Models.

7 08, 2019

Everything Dinosaur Video – Papo Pentaceratops and Papo Gorgosaurus

By | August 7th, 2019|Adobe CS5, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Papo Pentaceratops and Papo Gorgosaurus Video

Over the last few months, team members at Everything Dinosaur have been working on an exciting new project.  We have been converting part of our warehouse area into a bespoke film studio so that we can take more photographs and produce more videos of prehistoric animal models that we sell.  Everything Dinosaur used to make quite a few videos for posting up onto the company’s YouTube channel, but our ability to shoot these videos was lost when the boardroom that we used was no longer available.  So, we have invested in a new film studio and although it is far from complete, we still have to sort out the sound quality and to bring in the studio lighting and such like, we have shot our first video.

With the arrival of the eagerly anticipated Papo Gorgosaurus and Papo Pentaceratops figures we took the opportunity to shoot, a short (rather unsteady) video of these two amazing models.

Introducing the Papo Gorgosaurus and the Papo Pentaceratops Dinosaur Models

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

To purchase these Papo dinosaur models and to see the rest of the Papo prehistoric animal models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Papo Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.

Papo Gorgosaurus

The dinosaur known as “fierce or dreadful lizard”, arrived in stock a few days ago, we expect to sell out of this first batch of models very shortly, but not to worry more Papo Gorgosaurus models are on their way.  This dinosaur model is proving to be very popular with collectors, we have received lots of emails enquiring about this tyrannosaurid, almost as soon as we posted up some pictures of this model around six months ago.

The New for 2019 Papo Gorgosaurus Dinosaur Model

Papo Gorgosaurus dinosaur model.

The new for 2019 Papo Gorgosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Papo Pentaceratops

One of a number of horned dinosaur figures produced by Papo over the years, the Pentaceratops has a very unusual pose.  It is depicted rearing up onto its hind legs as if confronted by a meat-eating dinosaur.  Although roughly contemporaneous with Gorgosaurus (G. libratus) – Campanian faunal stage of the Late Cretaceous, these dinosaurs lived on different parts of the North American landmass known as Laramidia.  Fossils of Pentaceratops are known from the south-central United States (Colorado and New Mexico), whilst Gorgosaurus is known from the Canadian province of Alberta, although there is some evidence to support the idea that this theropod genus roamed Montana.  Even if this is the case, there would have been hundreds of miles between any population of Gorgosaurus and a herd of Pentaceratops dinosaurs.  There is no evidence in the fossil record that these two dinosaurs ever met, there is, (as far as Everything Dinosaur is aware), no evidence of interspecific combat between these two species – however, this does not stop us from posting up a video, or indeed taking some photographs of the models together.

The Papo Gorgosaurus Confronts the Rearing Papo Pentaceratops

The new for 2019 Papo Pentaceratops and the Papo Gorgosaurus dinosaur models.

The new for 2019 Papo Gorgosaurus and the Papo Pentaceratops dinosaur models.  The Papo Gorgosaurus (left) confronts the rearing Papo Pentaceratops (right).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Team members are looking forward to posting up more videos and taking more photographs in our bespoke studio, we even promise to do something about our video camera shake!

Please feel free to take a look at our YouTube channel we shall be posting up more videos very soon.

Here is a link to the YouTube channel of Everything Dinosaur: Everything Dinosaur on YouTube

27 07, 2019

JurassicCollectables Reviews “Green Day” and “Oasis”

By | July 27th, 2019|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page|0 Comments

Rebor Dilophosaurus Figures – Video Review

The talented team at JurassicCollectables have produced another Rebor model video review.  They have put together a most informative video review of the latest Rebor replica releases, the Dilophosaurus models “Green Day” and “Oasis”.  This in-depth analysis of these two scale model replicas looks at the packaging, examines the bases of the models in detail and of course, takes the viewer on a guided tour of each of the figures.

JurassicCollectables Reviews the Rebor Dilophosaurus Replicas “Green Day” and “Oasis”

Video Credit: JurassicCollectables

Rebor Dilophosaurus wetherilli

With JurassicCollectables it is “ladies first” with the female Dilophosaurus “Oasis” taking centre stage for the first part of the video.  The narrator carefully unpacks the model and comments on the secure foam packaging that Rebor uses to protect its figures.  The model is assembled, but first, the beautifully painted base is examined and then the actual figure is reviewed, with a detailed examination of all the articulated parts and moveable features associated with this Rebor replica.

The Rebor Dilophosaurus “Oasis”

The Rebor Dilophosaurus "Oasis".

The Rebor Dilophosaurus “Oasis” reviewed by JurassicCollectables.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

In the video, the narrator explains why the box for the “Oasis” figure is larger, it has to accommodate the tree stump element of the figure’s base.  It is intriguing to see these 2019 sculpts compared to a vintage Kenner Dilophosaurus figure, they are in approximately the same scale.  “Off-colour Alan” makes an appearance maintaining the nod in the direction of the “Jurassic Park” film franchise and JurassicCollectables demonstrate how the base for “Oasis” can also be used in conjunction with the recently introduced Rebor “Killer Queen” Tyrannosaurus rex model.

A Close View of the Head of Rebor “Oasis”

Rebor Dilophosaurus "Oasis".

The Rebor Dilophosaurus “Oasis”.  The JurassicCollectables videos provide plenty of opportunity for dinosaur model fans to get a close look at the figures.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

Having Reviewed the Female Dilophosaurus Figure, “Green Day” the Male Dilophosaur Takes Centre Stage

The Rebor Dilophosaurus "Green Day".

Rebor Dilophosaurus “Green Day”.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

The YouTube video channel of JurassicCollectables is crammed full of well-written and beautifully shot video reviews of lots of different prehistoric animal  models.   Everything Dinosaur recommends that readers subscribe to this channel: Visit JurassicCollectables on YouTube

Looking at the Bases

One of the many benefits of a video review like this is that viewers get to see and hear about parts of the figure not necessarily shown in the official model photographs.  Take for example, the bases for these two Dilophosaurus replicas.  Each model can be displayed on its own, but they are designed to be used as a pair.  At Everything Dinosaur, we offer the Rebor Dilophosaurus pair at a special discounted price, this gives collectors the option of purchasing one, or choosing to pick up the pair together.  In the video, the narrator takes care to demonstrate how the bases fit together.

The Rebor Models Can Be Displayed Together

Rebor Dilophosaurus bases.

The base of the Rebor Dilophosaurus “Green Day” and “Oasis”.  The bases fit together really well allowing the two figures to be displayed together.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

Adding a Frill to your Dilophosaurus Figure

As well as providing size measurements and showing these two Rebor figures against other dinosaur models to give a size comparison, the narrator talks about Rebor’s innovative idea to provide a download so that you can customise these models and add a “frill”, to mimic how these dinosaurs were depicted in the first “Jurassic Park” movie.

Customising Your Dinosaur Model

Rebor Dilophosaurus models with their accessories (ruffs).

Rebor Dilophosaurus models with their ruffs.

 Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

Everything Dinosaur also offers a free download of these Rebor accessories, simply Email Everything Dinosaur and we will be happy to email the free download of the Dilophosaurus accessories to you.

Our thanks to JurassicCollectables for producing such an informative video.

To view the Rebor Dilophosaurus models “Green Day” and “Oasis” and the other Rebor replicas available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Prehistoric Animal Models

26 07, 2019

Everything Dinosaur Unboxing Video

By | July 26th, 2019|Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos|0 Comments

Unboxing PNSO and Mojo Fun Prehistoric Animal Models

Our thanks to Matthew the Dinosaur King who has posted up onto his YouTube channel an unboxing video featuring the new for 2019 Mojo Fun figures and a pair of the new for 2019 PNSO prehistoric animal models (Sede the Ankylosaurus and Patton the Megalodon with the articulated jaw).

Unboxing PNSO and Mojo Fun Prehistoric Animal Figures

Video Credit: Matthew the Dinosaur King

PNSO Prehistoric Animals

PNSO have begun to develop an extensive portfolio of prehistoric animal models.   Their focus remains on animals from the Mesozoic and it is great to see a number of Chinese dinosaurs including stegosaurs featured in their model portfolio.  This short video (it is a little over six minutes in length), also focuses on some Mojo Fun replicas.  Everything Dinosaur will be making some exciting announcements about Mojo Fun prehistoric animals in the near future.  Checkout our blog and social media platforms for Mojo Fun updates.

Our thanks once again to Matthew the Dinosaur King for creating such an excellent unboxing video.  We look forward to viewing the individual model reviews.

18 07, 2019

JurassicCollectables Unboxing New Schleich and CollectA Models

By | July 18th, 2019|Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

JurassicCollectables Unboxing New Schleich and CollectA Models

Those talented and creative people at JurassicCollectables have posted up a video highlighting some of the models that they have received recently from Everything Dinosaur.  This short presentation is an unboxing video featuring the latest Schleich and CollectA prehistoric animal models to come into stock.  The models featured (in appearance order), are the Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus, the Schleich new for 2019 Diabloceratops, the blue Plesiosaurus (the model with a flexible neck) and the CollectA Deluxe 1:20 scale Elasmotherium.  Later in the video, once the narrator has worked his way through all the protective packaging we provide, the CollectA Prehistoric Life Fukuiraptor model takes centre stage.  Finally, the new CollectA Deluxe 1:40 scale Baryonyx figure is revealed.

The JurassicCollectables Unboxing Video – New CollectA and Schleich Prehistoric Animal Models

Video Credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Handy Video Guide for Prehistoric Animal Model Collectors

A short (five minute long), unboxing video such as this one from JurassicCollectables provides dinosaur fans with an close view of some recently introduced models and figures.  There is plenty of opportunity to see the figures in this carefully constructed video, collectors can decide which models to purchase.

The Schleich Juvenile Giganotosaurus Dinosaur Model is Featured

Unboxing the Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus dinosaur model.

The unboxing video includes the new for 2019 Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus figure.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

The YouTube channel of JurassicCollectables contains lots of informative videos about prehistoric animal models and dinosaur figure collecting.  Everything Dinosaur recommends that readers subscribe to the YouTube channel of JurassicCollectables: JurassicCollectables Videos

Everything Dinosaur Fact Sheets

For the vast majority of the dinosaur and prehistoric animal models that we provide, we send out an informative fact sheet based on the extinct animal that the figure represents.  These fact sheets are provided free with Everything Dinosaur purchases.  The narrator highlighted some of the fact sheets that we sent out with the models and the Fukuiraptor fact sheet came to his assistance when he confessed that Fukuiraptor was one dinosaur that he had not come across before.

Everything Dinosaur Supplies Fact Sheets with Prehistoric Animal Models

Everything Dinosaur fact sheets, supplied with prehistoric animal models.

The unboxing video features some Everything Dinosaur fact sheets.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

Unboxing the New for 2019 CollectA Prehistoric Life Fukuiraptor Dinosaur Model

Unboxing the CollectA Prehistoric Life Fukuiraptor dinosaur model.

The unboxing video includes the new for 2019 CollectA Prehistoric Life Fukuiraptor model.

Picture Credit: JurassicCollectables

JurassicCollectables have promised the 80,000 or so subscribers to their channel that they will post up more detailed video reviews of these new prehistoric animals on YouTube, staff at Everything Dinosaur are looking forward to watching these video reviews too.

To see the range of Schleich prehistoric animals including the new for 2019 Schleich juvenile Giganotosaurus model available from Everything Dinosaur: Schleich Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Models

To view the range of CollectA prehistoric animals including the recently introduced Fukuiraptor figure: CollectA Prehistoric Life Models

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