Eofauna Scientific Research Deinotherium Model

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The Deinotherium model produced by Eofauna Scientific Research was the third prehistoric elephant figure to be added to this scale model series and what a fantastic replica of a prehistoric proboscidean it is! Team members at Everything Dinosaur took a photo of the Eofauna Deinotherium in the company’s photographic studio (see picture below).

Eofauna Deinotherium model.
The Eofauna Scientific Research Deinotherium model. A fantastic prehistoric elephant replica. Introduced in 2019, the Deinotherium was the third prehistoric proboscidean to be added to the Eofauna range. The Steppe mammoth (Mammuthus trogontherii) and the Straight-tusked elephant (Palaeoloxodon antiquus) preceded it.

Deinotherium giganteum “Gigantic Terrible Beast”

The Deinotherium genus was established in the 19th century and several species have been named and described. The species Deinotherium giganteum, the type species, was erected in 1829 by the German naturalist Johann Jakob von Kaup. The scientific name translates as “gigantic terrible beast” and with an estimated weight of 11 tonnes, Deinotherium giganteum was far larger than the largest extant elephants (Loxodonta).

Eofauna Deinotherium model.
A view of the new for 2019 Eofauna Scientific Research Deinotherium model. The figure is supplied with an Eofauna data card along with a fact sheet researched and written by Everything Dinosaur team members.

The Eofauna Deinotherium is approximately 20 cm in length and it stands around 13 cm tall. The figure has a declared scale of 1:35.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“The Eofauna Deinotherium model is one of our favourite prehistoric animal figures. Whilst working in the studio we took the opportunity to take some photographs of this wonderful model.”

To view the Eofauna Scientific Research Deinotherium and the rest of the prehistoric animals featured in this series: Eofauna Scientific Research Models.