The Dinosaur Collection – Six models for Prehistoric Animal Fans
With the myriad of different models of prehistoric animals it can be difficult identifying which model belongs to which manufacturer’s series, especially with so many animals being retired and new ones coming along all the time.
Perhaps we should use the “Prefix and Accession number” system that scientists use to identify individual specimens housed in museums around the world. For example, MIWG6621 is the unique classification code given to a single caudal vertebra (tail bone), of a small bipedal plant-eater – Hypsilophodon foxii, which is housed in the Museum of Isle of Wight Geology, Sandown on the Isle of Wight in the UK.
This would certainly help streamline our searches for various specific models for avid fans and collectors when they ask us to conduct a “Dino Hunt” for them, finding prehistoric animal models for customers.
Access our website here: Everything Dinosaur Home Page.
Simply type in the dinosaur name into the search field box, press the magnifying glass icon next to the box to start the search and if no items appear, then you can always contact us and one of our dinosaur experts and researchers will try to find the product or animal that you have requested. This certainly saves our customers a lot of time.
One model series we have taken a fancy to is the “Dinosaur Collection” series from CollectA. This model series currently consists of six models, five dinosaurs (T. rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Brachiosaurus and Velociraptor), plus a pterosaur. The pterosaur in question is Pteranodon ingens, so this makes a popular choice for the avid dinosaur fan and for serious model collectors.
The Dinosaur Model Series from Everything Dinosaur
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Each model comes with its own fact sheet written by our researchers, and this series is available from Everything Dinosaur, they are just some of the dinosaur and prehistoric animal replicas we have in stock.
To see the dinosaur collection set of models: Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.