Everything Dinosaur Introduces Fossil Model Kits

Build your own mini natural history museum with a set of prehistoric animal skeleton models that have the texture of real fossil bone.  These new kits have been designed to allow young palaeontologists to turn their bedrooms or home study area into a dinosaur fossil gallery just like a real museum.  These are a great product idea to help encourage dinosaur crafts for kids.

Each snap together kit comes complete with handbook, assembly instructions and a Everything Dinosaur fact sheet on the prehistoric animal represented.  The set consists of six different models – Triceratops, Stegosaurus, an unusual model of a Velociraptor, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon and of course a Tyrannosaurus rex.

The Model Prehistoric Animal Fossil Kits

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A Stegosaurus Model with a Velociraptor Figure

The picture shows the Stegosaurus model with the model that represents dromaeosaurs (Velociraptor).  Each model comes in its own plastic test tube and when fully assembled the models are approximately 20 cm in length.  The texture of the model gives a fossilised bone effect to give the display authenticity.  You can build up your own collection of dinosaur skeleton models.

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Prehistoric Animal Skeleton Models

It is always a pleasure to see a pterosaur represented in these types of series and in this case it is a Pteranodon (P. longiceps).  Most pterosaur exhibits in museums are hung from ceilings or roof beams but in this case a handy stand is supplied so that the Pteranodon model can be displayed.

The Pteranodon Fossil Skeleton

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To view a Pteranodon model, along with other prehistoric animal replicas and dinosaur figures: Dinosaur, Pterosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.

A spokesperson from the award-winning, mail order company Everything Dinosaur commented:

“These dinosaur and prehistoric animal skeleton models have proved to be extremely popular with young dinosaur fans.”