Collecta Triceratops Dinosaur Reviewed
In recognition of the excellent new introductions into the CollectA dinosaur model range, we have produced a video review of one of the more unusual additions to the range – the CollectA dead Triceratops model. CollectA have introduced a replica of dead Triceratops, a model that shows evidence that this large, Late Cretaceous herbivore had been attacked by a Tyrannosaurus rex.
Everything Dinosaur’s Video Review of the CollectA Dead Triceratops Model (CollectA Dinosaur Models)
Video credit: Everything Dinosaur
To read a review of this particular dinosaur replica: CollectA Dino Prey – Dead Triceratops.
We have praised the design team at CollectA for creating this dinosaur replica, indeed, we were keen to encourage CollectA to make this model and we have suggested that when the not-to-scale Triceratops figure is re-modelled that the livery and colour spectrum is changed to reflect the colour scheme seen on this replica.
To view Everything Dinosaur’s range of dinosaur models in the CollectA Age of Dinosaurs range: CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Models and Figures.
I happily support all you say; I think this is a good model and a unique idea which other companies have failed to achieve. I too would love to see this colour scheme on a “live” Triceratops.
If CollectA can be persuaded to continue the idea further, then perhaps we can hope for more prey models.
Dead Iguanodon/Hadrosaur? Allosaur with something in mouth ? Hatzegopteryx about to swallow a small dino. ?
Perhaps even a “Set” of figures—–Carnivore+Prey ?
The possibilities are open to a huge range of ideas and I am sure that CollectA will make the most of this opportunity to continue as the market leader.
You make some very good points. We have already proposed a change in colour scheme for the Collecta Triceratops not to scale figure, the new very large 1:15 figure will carry the new Triceratops “livery”. A T. rex figure has been made with a Struthiomimus in its mouth, that is being shipped over to Everything Dinosaur, in a few weeks. The Hatzegopteryx with a small dinosaur in its mouth is a good idea, one that has not come up yet, we will pass it on.