Bullyland Brachiosaurus Model to be Retired

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Museum Line Brachiosaurus to be Retired

Bullyland, the German based manufacturer of models and figures is to retire their scale model of the sauropod Brachiosaurus in 2012.  This model, part of the company’s “Museum Line” range of prehistoric animal models is not going to be available once current stocks run out. The Museum Line Brachiosaurus is to be retired.


The  “Museum Line” collection is developed in co-operation with the National Museum for Natural History in Stuttgart, Germany and has earned a deserved reputation for quality and for introducing unusual models such as the recent introduction of the early theropod Liliensternus and the bizarre, carnivorous Arizonasaurus.

Bullyland Brachiosaurus to be Retired

Due to be retired the Bullyland Brachiosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Back in 2010, this model was revised and given a make over with the original brown paint replaced with a dark, metallic green colouring, but after two years this model is being retired.

The Original Museum Line Brachiosaurus Colouration

The brown “Museum Line” Brachiosaurus dinosaur model.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

As yet, we have not been told what new models this German company intend to launch in 2012.  A lot of model manufacturers have been focusing on producing merchandise for the London Olympic games, but we are confident that Bullyland will be working on new prehistoric animals and we look forward to hearing more from them.

Bullyland Prehistoric Life Models and Figures

The Bullyland range of dinosaur and prehistoric animal model figures and replicas has proved to be very popular with dinosaur fans and model collectors.  To view the extensive Bullyland prehistoric animal model series, take a look at the Bullyland section on Everything Dinosaur’s award-winning website: Bullyland Prehistoric Life.