Ten New PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models
Ten new PNSO prehistoric animal models have just arrived at Everything Dinosaur. Team members have been busy contacting all those customers on our reserve lists and posting updates on our social media pages including our Twitter feed and Facebook page. The new models are: Bieber the Stegosaurus, Paulwin the Dakosaurus, Dayong the Yangchuanosaurus, Duke the Spinops, Er-ma the Mamenchisaurus, Levy the Eurhinosaurus, Gaoyuan the Microraptor, Luxi the Huayangosaurus, Shanshan the Gigantoraptor and Cuiyu the Tsintaosaurus.
Ten New Prehistoric Animal Models (PNSO) are in Stock at Everything Dinosaur
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To view the new models and the rest of the extensive PNSO Age of Dinosaurs range: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs Prehistoric Animal Models.
New PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models
Several of the new models are museum quality representations of dinosaurs known from China. The giant feathered dinosaur Gigantoraptor (G. erlianensis) for example, possibly the largest feathered tetrapod to have ever lived.
Shanshan the PNSO Gigantoraptor Model
The New for 2019 Cuiyu the Tsintaosaurus Dinosaur Model
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A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:
“We have been working with PNSO for several years now on this exciting prehistoric animal model range. The number of models in production has certainly increased and with the addition of these new figures, we have in stock around seventy-five PNSO prehistoric animals, ranging in size from a few centimetres in length to giant replicas such as Nick the Ceratosaurus, the 1:35 scale scientific art Mamenchisaurus and Brook the Ophthalmosaurus that measures nearly half a metre in length.”
PNSO Eurhinosaurus Marine Reptile Model
The talented model makers at PNSO have also added to the range of ichthyosaur models that they offer. The company produced a small Himalayasaurus for their “Age of Dinosaurs Toys” range, Himalayasaurus was a giant, Triassic ichthyosaur. In addition, Brook the Ophthalmosaurus was introduced last year. Making it a trio of ichthyosaurs is a replica of the Early Jurassic Eurhinosaurus, regarded as perhaps one of the fastest swimming marine reptiles to have evolved.
The PNSO Eurhinosaurus Model
Team members have promised to post up more pictures and to shoot some more short videos of this exciting PNSO prehistoric animal model collection.