New CollectA Dinosaurs Feature in Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

The six new for 2020, dinosaur models from our chums at CollectA feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.  Top of the bill, or should that be beak, is the stunning 1:6 scale CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops replica.  This is a superb model of a plant-eater, that is amongst the most extensively studied of all the Dinosauria.

The New for 2020 CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops Dinosaur Model (1:6 Scale)

CollectA Deluxe 1:6 scale Protoceratops dinosaur model.

Top of the bill – the new for 2020 CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops dinosaur model features in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.

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The CollectA Deluxe Protoceratops has an articulated lower jaw.

CollectA Deluxe Microraptor Model

Another Asian dinosaur from the Cretaceous also features, the beautiful Microraptor figure, which like the Protoceratops is also in 1/6th scale.  This figure which measures around eighteen centimetres in length and has a twelve centimetre wingspan, has been sculpted at the request of a Chinese research institute so that they could use the model to help illustrate what Microraptor is believed to have looked like.

CollectA Deluxe Microraptor in the Everything Dinosaur March Newsletter

CollectA Deluxe Microraptor model.

The beautiful CollectA Deluxe 1:6 scale Microraptor dinosaur model features in Everything Dinosaur’s March newsletter.

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Two more CollectA scale models (CollectA Deluxe), feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter.  There is the 1:40 scale Bajadasaurus a recently described dicraeosaurid from Argentina and the 1:40 scale Fukuisaurus, a model of a dinosaur that roamed the Early Cretaceous of Japan.  As Fukuisaurus was about one/third as long as Bajadasaurus and considerably lighter, the CollectA scale model is a lot smaller, so for our newsletter readers we chose to pair the Fukuisaurus with the new Prehistoric Life Baryonyx dinosaur model.

The CollectA Deluxe Fukuisaurus and the CollectA Baryonyx Model

CollectA Deluxe Fukiusaurus and CollectA Prehistoric Life Baryonyx.

Two new for 2020 CollectA dinosaurs – the 1:40 scale Fukuisaurus and the new CollectA Prehistoric Life Baryonyx.

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Although the Baryonyx is not a scale model it does measure about four centimetres longer than the Fukuisaurus replica (eighteen and a half centimetres compared to the Fukuisaurus model length of around fourteen centimetres), this is because, in reality Baryonyx, just like Bajadasaurus, was a much bigger animal than Fukuisaurus.

Two Related Sauropods Feature in the Everything Dinosaur Newsletter

CollectA Deluxe Bajadasaurus and the rearing Diplodocus.

Sauropods feature – the new CollectA Deluxe Bajadasaurus and the new colour variant CollectA rearing Diplodocus (grey colour scheme).

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Although Bajadasaurus with its amazing forward facing neck spikes, looks very different from Diplodocus, these dinosaurs were related.  The Dicraeosauridae family, to which Bajadasaurus has been assigned, is the sister family to the Diplodocidae and as such both dicraeosaurids and diplodocids were members of the superfamily Diplodocoidea.

To view the CollectA Deluxe range of scale prehistoric animal models: CollectA Deluxe Scale Models.

To view the CollectA Prehistoric Life model range: CollectA Prehistoric Life Models.

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