Rebor Saurophaganax Models Feature in Newsletter
The new for 2022 Rebor Saurophaganax models feature in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. All three colour versions of the Rebor Saurophaganax “Notorious Big” 1:35 scale models are in stock (Badlands, Jungle and Volcanic Cavern).
Rebor Saurophaganax maximus Notorious Big!
The three Saurophaganax models are the first dinosaur models to be released by Rebor in 2022. Each model measures over 41 cm in length and has an articulated lower jaw, flexible tail and moveable arms. Some customers have reported difficulties fitting the tail to the model, Everything Dinosaur has passed on helpful information and provided advice.
To assist the tail to slot home, dip the white tail plug into a cup of boiling water for 2-3 seconds. The heat will make the plastic more malleable and allow the tail to be inserted. Please take care when handling hot water.
The Rebor Saurophaganax in the “Volcanic Cavern” colour variant is the first model featured in the Everything Dinosaur newsletter.
Rebor Saurophaganax Models “Jungle” and “Badlands” Colour Variants
The newsletter also features the other two colour variants, the “Jungle” version and “Badlands”. All three figures have proved to be extremely popular amongst model collectors and dinosaur fans.
Originally named and described in 1941 as Saurophagus maximus by the American palaeontologist John Willis Stovall, the genus name was already occupied and in a review of the fossil material published as a short paper in 1995 Daniel J. Chure erected the genus Saurophaganax. This theropod is regarded as one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs described to date from fossils associated with Jurassic strata.
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To view the Rebor Saurophaganax models and the rest of the Rebor figures available from Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Models and Prehistoric Animal Figures.