PNSO Jennie the Centrosaurus Reviewed
The PNSO Jennie the Centrosaurus figure is proving popular amongst dinosaur fans and model collectors. This replica was introduced earlier this year (2022) one of several new horned dinosaur models introduced by PNSO into their mid-size, not-to-scale model series.
Named and described in 1904 (Lawrence Lambe), Centrosaurus is arguably one of the best-known of all the Dinosauria with numerous monodominant bonebeds having been discovered in the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. PNSO has gained a strong reputation for the excellence of their dinosaur models and the Jennie the Centrosaurus figure has been praised for its stunning detail, particularly the head ornamentation, complete with that single, curved nose horn.
The PNSO Jennie the Centrosaurus figure is approximately 16.5 cm long and the model stands around 7.5 cm high. Centrosaurus apertus was not amongst the biggest of the Late Cretaceous ceratopsids. The Everything Dinosaur fact sheet that is supplied with sales of this dinosaur model suggests a body length of around 5.5 metres and proposes that a fully-grown adult Centrosaurus would have weighed about 2,000 kilograms.
Poster and Booklet
This PNSO dinosaur model is supplied with a poster depicting Centrosaurus created by Zhao Chuang and a full-colour, 64-page booklet. A QR code on the packaging links to a short video presentation that explains how the model was designed and developed.
Available from Everything Dinosaur
To date, ten new prehistoric animal figures have been introduced by PNSO this year (including new colour versions and updated versions of previously introduced figures). The PNSO portfolio continues to grow and their reputation for the excellence of their figures remains a talking point amongst dinosaur fans and model collectors.
To view the range of PNSO prehistoric animal models available from Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Age of Dinosaurs.