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6 02, 2023

Everything Dinosaur Despatching Airmail Parcels

By | February 6th, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur has resumed the despatch of International Standard Airmail (untracked parcels) from today (6th February 2023). A cyber incident at Royal Mail had resulted in the suspension of many international mail services from the UK. Over the last few days, Royal Mail has been implementing solutions and international standard airmail parcels can now be despatched.

All international orders from Everything Dinosaur can now be sent out.

Royal Mail and Everything Dinosaur
Everything Dinosaur team members have taken steps to help minimise disruption for customers. All international orders can now be despatched. Overseas deliveries of parcels will be subject to delays as the mail network clears the backlog. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Royal Mail Statement

On Friday (3rd of February) Royal Mail issued a statement updating Everything Dinosaur on the progress that had been made to resolve this issue.

The Royal Mail Statement

“We continue to make progress in exporting an increasing number of items to a growing number of international destinations. We are using alternative solutions and systems, which are not affected by the recent cyber incident and have been successfully despatching parcels and letters which were in our network before the cyber incident and our services which have recently reopened. As a result of this progress and the continuing growth in capability of our alternative export solutions we have announced the restoration of many international export services.”

Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur confirmed that team members had prepared some international standard airmail parcels for despatch on Friday evening (3rd February) with the remaining parcels, some of which had been delayed since this incident was first reported in the middle of January, being made ready for despatch today.

To read more about Everything Dinosaur’s shipping policy: Shipping Policy.

All customers whose parcels had been affected have been emailed to confirm that their order will be sent out.

The Everything Dinosaur spokesperson stated:

“We have put into operation contingency plans that have helped us to ensure that parcels could be sent overseas as soon as we had Royal Mail’s permission to do so. We would like to take this opportunity to apologise to that small minority of our customers who have been affected by the Royal Mail delays.”

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5 02, 2023

Mojo Fun Entelodont Daeodon

By | February 5th, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur has received a delivery of new Mojo Fun prehistoric animal models and figures and the new colour variant of the Mojo Fun Entelodont Daeodon is now in stock. This brown-coloured replica of an ancient relative of modern pigs (even-toed ungulates), replaces the earlier Mojo Fun Daeodon figure which was predominantly grey.

Mojo Fun Entelodont Daeodon
The new colour variant Mojo Fun Entelodont Daeodon model.

Mojo Fun Entelodont Daeodon

The sculpt is the same, but the colour scheme has changed, and this figure has already proved to be popular with model collectors and fans of prehistoric animals. The carefully painted model has the typical large skull of an entelodont, and the open mouth pose allows the large and robust teeth to be highlighted.

The model measures just under 13 cm in length and that impressive shoulder hump is approximately 8 cm off the ground.

Mojo Fun Entelodon Daeodon.
Mojo Fun Entelodont Daeodon model held in the hand. The hand helps to give a scale to this prehistoric animal figure.

To view the Mojo Fun prehistoric and extinct animal models available from Everything Dinosaur: Prehistoric Animal Models (Mojo Fun Prehistoric Life).

4 02, 2023

Prehistoric Times Reviewed (Issue 144)

By | February 4th, 2023|Dinosaur Fans, Magazine Reviews, Main Page, Prehistoric Times|0 Comments

“Prehistoric Times” magazine (issue 144 winter 2023) is reviewed by team members at Everything Dinosaur and what a jam-packed edition it is! Canadian artist Julius Csotonyi provided the illustrations for a new publication that features 1,200 dinosaurs. This immense volume was written by Evan Johnson-Ransom and in an interview Julius explains that virtually all the illustrations contained in the book were especially commissioned and new. Magazine editor Mike Fredericks conducts an interview with the artist and this piece is accompanied by many examples of Julius’s work.

The front cover artwork is supplied by Daniel Navarro, and it features the Chinese tyrannosauroid Dilong. Dilong is one of the featured prehistoric animals in issue 143, the other being the super-sized, prehistoric snake Titanoboa.

"Prehistoric Times" magazine.
The front cover image of the latest edition of the quarterly publication “Prehistoric Times”.

David Navarro also provided the artwork to be found on the back cover of the magazine, a stunning illustration of a T. rex family feeding on the carcase of a mosasaur.

Tracy Lee Ford

Inside the magazine Tracy Lee Ford concludes his series on how to illustrate dinosaur integumentary coverings with an examination of the feathers and bristles associated with ornithischian dinosaurs. John Lavas continues his profile of the highly influential Czech artist Zdeněk Burian. In this issue, he focuses on the projects and volume of work produced by Burian from the end of war until his death in 1981. Look out for the stunning gouache prints contained within this in-depth article.

Randy Knol and Mike Fredericks bring us up to date with new model introductions from CollectA and Safari Ltd, the editor has had a busy month as he also interviews palaeoartist John Conway about his new book “A History of Painting (with Dinosaurs).” John explains that he wanted to create an art book that explores how famous painters from the past, each with their very own painting style, would have depicted dinosaurs. The article includes numerous examples such as a portrait of Lambeosaurus done in the style of Pablo Picasso and a stunning pterosaur reflecting the impressionist painters such as Monet.

Titanoboa

As well as covering Dilong, Phil Hore presents a short history of Titanoboa and proposes that amongst the enormous reptiles that existed in north-eastern Columbia during the Palaeocene, the most fearsome predator of all might have been a giant, prehistoric turtle. Reader submitted artwork is prevalent including illustrations by Esther Van Hulson, James Gurney and M. Elliott Massion who also contributes a drawing to the Dilong article.

The recently introduced Rebor museum-quality Titanoboa maquette is also featured in the Titanoboa article.

Rebor Titanoboa Museum Class Maquette Monty Resurgent.
The Rebor Titanoboa Museum Class Maquette Monty Resurgent. An image of this model features in a Titanoboa article in “Prehistoric Times” magazine issue 144.

To view the range of Rebor prehistoric animal figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur, including Titanoboa figures (whilst stocks last): Rebor Replicas and Figures.

Mike Howgate follows up his article from issue 142 and examines the casting in bronze of a pair of European bison by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, prior to the creation of the famous Crystal Palace prehistoric animal sculptures. This provides a convenient segue into the extensive Mesozoic Media section providing reviews on lots of new prehistoric animal publications including the “Art and Science of the Crystal Palace Dinosaurs” by Mark Witton and Ellinor Michael. Amongst the cornucopia of new publications, Mike Fredericks explores new fiction, reviewing “Liopleurodon: The Master of the Deep” by M. B. Zucker as well as two new publications from Gregory S. Paul and published by Princeton University Press which documents Mesozoic Sea Reptiles and Pterosaurs respectively.

Front cover of The Princeton Field Guide to Mesozoic Sea Reptiles
The front cover of The Princeton Field Guide to Mesozoic Sea Reptiles by Gregory S. Paul, a comprehensive overview of Mesozoic marine reptiles. This excellent publication is reviewed in the latest issue of “Prehistoric Times”. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Our congratulations to the team behind “Prehistoric Times” and to all the contributors to issue 144.

To learn more about this magazine and to subscribe: “Prehistoric Times” Magazine.

3 02, 2023

Mojo Fun Deinotherium Model

By | February 3rd, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page|0 Comments

As part of the recent Mojo Fun prehistoric and extinct model range delivery to our warehouse, Everything Dinosaur received fresh stock of the popular Mojo Fun Deinotherium model. Recently, this prehistoric elephant figure has been given a new colour scheme, this new version replaces the older, darker grey colour variant replica.

Mojo Fun Deinotherium
Mojo Fun prehistoric animal model (Deinotherium).

Mojo Fun Deinotherium Model

The Mojo Fun Deinotherium model is just one of several prehistoric mammals that are included in the company’s “Prehistoric Life” model range.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“From time to time, a manufacturer will change the paint specification of a model and a new colour variant will be introduced. This is something that lots of model manufacturers do, it helps to freshen up a product range without having to go to the expense of developing a completely new figure.”

Mojo Fun Deinotherium
Mojo Fun prehistoric and extinct Deinotherium model. The Deinotherium model has been given a new colour scheme by the manufacturer.

To view the range of Mojo Fun prehistoric mammal models and replicas of other extinct creatures available from Everything Dinosaur: Prehistoric Life Replicas and Models (Mojo Fun).

2 02, 2023

Baby Torosaurus Model Reunited with Mum

By | February 2nd, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

A baby Torosaurus model is going to be reunited with the adult Torosaurus in a model set thanks to efforts from Everything Dinosaur. A customer had recently purchased the PNSO Torosaurus model set (Aubrey and Dabei), but unfortunately, the baby Torosaurus figure (Dabei) was missing from the set.

Having been alerted to the problem, team members at Everything Dinosaur set about finding a baby Torosaurus model and despatching this figure to their American customer.

PNSO baby Torosaurus model
The PNSO baby Torosaurus model, which is now on its way to a customer in the USA. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

A Busy Period for PNSO Model Sales

Usually, this oversight at the factory would be easily corrected, team members could simply despatch a baby Torosaurus model from their own warehouse. However, due to an extremely busy Christmas period for PNSO model sales, the PNSO Torosaurus Aubrey and Dabei set had sold out.

A shipment of PNSO models due to arrive shortly at Everything Dinosaur did contain more Torosaurus model sets, but team members decided to try and resolve this problem for the customer as quickly as they could.

With PNSO’s collaboration, a Dabei Torosaurus model was sourced from the next scheduled factory production run and rushed over to the UK.

PNSO Torosaurus dinosaur models (Aubrey and Dabei) in lateral view.
The PNSO Torosaurus dinosaur models (Aubrey and Dabei) in lateral view.

Baby Torosaurus Model

A cyber incident at Royal Mail had temporarily suspended all Royal Mail international mail being sent out to the USA from the UK. The announcement of a resolution to the problem coincided with the arrival of the baby Torosaurus model at Everything Dinosaur’s offices. Team members were able to contact the customer and arrange to despatch the parcel containing the dinosaur model.

PNSO Aubrey and Dabei (Torosaurus dinosaur models)
The 1:35 scale PNSO Torosaurus models (Aubrey and Dabei). The adult Torosaurus figure has an articulated lower jaw. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur thanked the customer for their patience and commented:

“We had not come across this problem before, and with no more PNSO Torosaurus sets in our warehouse we had to wait until the next factory production run before a baby Torosaurus figure could be rushed over to the UK. Our thanks to our chums at PNSO for helping with this, the baby dinosaur will soon be reunited with its mother.”

To view the range of PNSO prehistoric animal models and figures including ceratopsians: PNSO Prehistoric Animal Figures Including Ceratopsians.

1 02, 2023

Fish Fossil Illuminates Vertebrate Brain Evolution

By | February 1st, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal News Stories, Main Page, Palaeontological articles, Photos/Pictures of Fossils|0 Comments

A team of international scientists including researchers from the University of Birmingham have published a paper on the brain and cranial nerves of fish that lived approximately 319 million years ago. The team’s findings are shedding light on vertebrate brain evolution.

The Late Carboniferous (early Pennsylvanian subperiod), fish fossil was discovered in a layer of soapstone adjacent to a coal seam at the Mountain Fourfoot coal mine in Lancashire and the specimen was first scientifically described in 1925. The fish, named Coccocephalus wildi, would have measured around 20 cm in length and it lived in what was an ancient estuary. It is only known from this single fossil and only the skull and jaws were recovered.

Coccocephalus wildi fossil skull and jaws
The fossilised skull of Coccocephalus wildi. The fish is facing to the right, with the jaws visible in the lower right portion of the fossil. The eye socket is the circular, bumpy feature above the jaws. Picture credit: Jeremy Marble, University of Michigan News.

Vertebrate Brain Evolution

Coccocephalus was a member of the Class Actinopterygii, also known as the ray-finned fishes. The skull fossil was sent on loan from Manchester Museum to the University of Michigan and subsequent CT scans of the skull revealed the surprising discovery of the intact brain and associated nerves.

Senior author Sam Giles, (University of Birmingham), commented:

“This unexpected find of a three-dimensionally preserved vertebrate brain gives us a startling insight into the neural anatomy of ray-finned fish. It tells us a more complicated pattern of brain evolution than suggested by living species alone, allowing us to better define how and when present day bony fishes evolved.”

CT scans of C. wildi shedding light on vertebrate brain evolution.
University of Michigan palaeontologist Matt Friedman examines CT scan images of an exceptionally preserved, brain of the Late Carboniferous ray-finned fish Coccocephalus wildi. Picture credit: Jeremy Marble, University of Michigan News.

Rapidly Buried

When the fish died, it was probably buried rapidly in sediment containing very little oxygen. The lack of oxygen prevented the soft brain tissue from decaying. Whilst brain cases can reveal the shape and structure of vertebrate brains, this remarkable fossil preserved the brain tissue of a prehistoric fish.

Soft tissues such as the brain normally decay quickly and very rarely fossilise. But when this fish died, the soft tissues of its brain and cranial nerves were replaced during the fossilisation process with a dense mineral that preserved, in astonishing detail, their three-dimensional structure.

This discovery provides palaeontologists with a window into the evolution and development of the brains of ray-finned fishes, a highly successful group of back-boned animals estimated to represent more than fifty percent of all living vertebrate species.

Coccocephalus wildi life reconstruction and close-up view of brain. New study highlights vertebrate brain evolution.
Life reconstruction of the ray-finned fish Coccocephalus wildi showing location and shape of brain and cranial nerves. Picture credit: Márcio L. Castro.

A study of the jaws and teeth of C. wildi suggest that it was carnivorous, likely feeding on small invertebrates. The CT scans revealed that the brain had bilateral symmetry, like the brains of modern ray-finned fishes, but significantly, the brain of Coccocephalus folds inward, unlike in all living ray-finned fishes, in which the brain folds outward.

For figures and replicas of ancient prehistoric fish: Prehistoric Sharks, Dunkleosteus and Other Prehistoric Fish Models (PNSO).

The fossil captures a time before a signature feature of ray-finned fish brains evolved, providing an indication of when this trait evolved.

Co-author of the paper, published in the journal “Nature”, Matt Friedman (University of Michigan) explained:

“An important conclusion is that these kinds of soft parts can be preserved, and they may be preserved in fossils that we’ve had for a long time—this is a fossil that’s been known for over 100 years.”

Everything Dinosaur acknowledges the assistance of a media release from the University of Birmingham in the compilation of this article.

The scientific paper: “Exceptional fossil preservation and evolution of the ray-finned fish brain” by Rodrigo T. Figueroa, Danielle Goodvin, Matthew A. Kolmann, Michael I. Coates, Abigail M. Caron, Matt Friedman and Sam Giles published in Nature.

31 01, 2023

Royal Mail Cyber Incident – More News

By | January 31st, 2023|Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

We received the following bulletin from Royal Mail with regards to their on-going cyber incident yesterday afternoon (30th January). It seems that Royal Mail in collaboration with UK authorities including the National Crime Agency and the National Cyber Security Centre, have been working around the clock to find a work around after the Royal Mail cyber incident first reported on the 12th January.

Royal Mail Cyber Incident

Progress has been made, here is the full statement from Royal Mail:

Royal Mail Cyber Incident
Royal Mail cyber incident statement.

Everything Dinosaur

We at Everything Dinosaur can confirm that last night and this morning we have started to despatch international parcels with a tracked or tracked and signed service or just the signed for service. By 3.30pm GMT (31st of January), all parcels that were held and had tracked, tracked/signed or just signed shipping have been sent out.

Where we have been able to upgrade standard airmail parcels, we have and these have been sent out as well. This just leaves those standard airmail parcels that we were not able to upgrade being delayed by this current cyber incident.

We thank all those customers who have been affected by this for their patience.

At this difficult time, we would like to assure all our customers that we continue to implement contingency plans to minimise any delays to the despatch of parcels.

Please note, international customers based in the EU are not affected, our deliveries to EU customers have continued to operate as normal as Everything Dinosaur uses a different courier network for parcel deliveries to the European Union.

For further information and to contact Everything Dinosaur: Email Everything Dinosaur.

In Summary

  • International tracked parcels can now be despatched.
  • International tracked and signed parcels can now be despatched.
  • International signed parcels can now be despatched.
  • A significant proportion of those Everything Dinosaur customers who had purchased an item and paid for standard international airmail shipping have had their parcels upgraded free of charge to a tracked and/or signed service to permit their order to be sent out.
  • Only international standard airmail parcels are currently being held and cannot be despatched.

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30 01, 2023

A New Pterosaur Species is Described

By | January 30th, 2023|Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal News Stories, Dinosaur Fans, Main Page, Palaeontological articles, Photos/Pictures of Fossils|0 Comments

A new pterosaur species has been described based on a superbly preserved specimen found in Upper Jurassic limestone deposits in Bavaria (southern Germany). The fully articulated specimen displays a unique dentition that suggests this flying reptile fed like a modern-day flamingo, sieving water through its jaws to trap small invertebrates as it waded or possibly swam in a shallow lagoon.

Balaenognathus Life Reconstruction
A life reconstruction of the newly described pterosaur Balaenognathus maeuseri. Picture credit: Megan Jacobs

Picture credit: Megan Jacobs

Balaenognathus maeuseri

The pterosaur has been classified as a ctenochasmatid, a group of short-tailed pterodactyloids characterised by specialised teeth adapted for filter feeding. Fossils of these relatively small flying reptiles (most with wingspans less than 3 metres), have been found in Europe, America and China, in rocks dating from the Upper Jurassic to the Early Cretaceous. The new pterosaur has been named Balaenognathus maeuseri, the genus name derives from the scientific name for the Bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) and the Latin for jaw, as it is thought that these two unrelated species shared a common feeding strategy. The specific epithet honours a co-author of the paper Matthias Mäuser who sadly passed away before publication.

Balaenognathus fossil specimen.
The fossilised bones of Balaenognathus maeuseri found in the slab of limestone (Upper Jurassic laminated limestones at Wattendorf, Bavaria in Southern Germany). Picture credit: PalZ.

Lead author of the study, published in Paläontologische Zeitschrift (PalZ), Professor David Martill from the University of Portsmouth School of the Environment, Geography and Geosciences commented:

“The nearly complete skeleton was found in a very finely layered limestone that preserves fossils beautifully.”

Unique Pterosaur Dentition

The fossil (specimen number NKMB P2011-63), is remarkable for its completeness, unusual dentition and hints of the preservation of soft tissues, including wing membranes. The delicate jaws contain at least 480 fine teeth.”

Professor Martill added:

“The jaws of this pterosaur are really long and lined with small fine, hooked teeth, with tiny spaces between them like a nit comb. The long jaw is curved upwards like an avocet and at the end it flares out like a spoonbill. There are no teeth at the end of its mouth, but there are teeth all the way along both jaws right to the back of its smile.”

Tentative line reconstruction of the skull.
Tentative line reconstruction of the skull. Picture credit: PalZ

Bizarre Hook-like Tooth Crown

The tips of the jaw are devoid of teeth, which would have permitted plankton and invertebrate-rich water to rush into the long jaw. The hundreds of teeth would have acted as a sieve helping to strain out food. Many of the teeth have a hook-like expansion on the tip of the crown, a bizarre and unique tooth morphology.

Explaining the significance of these strange teeth, Professor Martill stated:

“What’s even more remarkable is some of the teeth have a hook on the end, which we’ve never seen before in a pterosaur ever. These small hooks would have been used to catch the tiny shrimp the pterosaur likely fed on – making sure they went down its throat and weren’t squeezed between the teeth.”

Balaenognathus teeth with hook-like crowns.
Fig 7 shows UV images of the teeth (A) teeth close to the tip of the jaw (B) close-up of the crown tips of the teeth of the left jaw showing the hook-like teeth with the hooks highlighted by white arrows. Image (C) the middle teeth. Picture credit: PalZ.

A New Pterosaur

The discovery was made accidentally while scientists were excavating a large block of limestone containing crocodilian fossil remains.

Professor Martill explained:

“This was a rather serendipitous find of a well-preserved skeleton with near perfect articulation, which suggests the carcass must have been at a very early stage of decay with all joints, including their ligaments, still viable. It must have been buried in sediment almost as soon as it had died.”

Most members of the Ctenochasmatidae family seem to have been the pterosaur equivalent of wading shore birds, although some genera were perhaps adapted to habitats further inland and have truly bizarre shaped jaws leaving palaeontologists perplexed as to what they ate.

Only one other known pterosaur had more teeth than Balaenognathus. It is another ctenochasmatid and it is called Pterodaustro guinazui and its fossils are known from the Lower Cretaceous of Argentina. Both Pterodaustro and Balaenognathus were likely filter feeders although the arrangement of their teeth differs. Balaenognathus had teeth in the upper and lower jaw which are the mirror image of each other, whilst P. guinazui had very reduced teeth in the upper jaw and up to a 1,000 densely packed, bristle-like teeth in the lower jaw.

Balaenognathus fossil specimen viewed under UV light.
The Balaenognathus maeuseri specimen viewed under UV (ultra violet) light. Picture credit: PalZ.

New Pterosaur Species – Unique Feeding Mechanism

The teeth of Balaenognathus suggest a feeding strategy that involved the animal either wading through water or swimming, using its spoon-shaped beak to funnel water into its mouth, this water was then strained through its teeth to trap prey. The researchers propose that Balaenognathus fed on shrimps and copepods filling a similar ecological niche as extant ducks, shorebirds and flamingos.

Commenting on the sad passing of Matthias Mäuser, Professor Martill said:

“Matthias was a friendly and warm-hearted colleague of a kind that can be scarcely found. In order to preserve his memory, we named the pterosaur in his honour.”

Everything Dinosaur acknowledges the assistance of a media release from the University of Portsmouth in the compilation of this article.

The scientific paper:

The scientific paper: “A new pterodactyloid pterosaur with a unique filter‑feeding apparatus
from the Late Jurassic of Germany”
by David M. Martill, Eberhard Frey, Helmut Tischlinger, Matthias Mäuser, Héctor E. Rivera‑Sylva and Steven U. Vidovic published in Paläontologische Zeitschrift (PalZ).

29 01, 2023

Platinum Trusted Service Award Certificate

By | January 29th, 2023|Adobe CS5, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

The certificate acknowledging the 2023 Platinum Trusted Service Award to Everything Dinosaur has been downloaded and prepared. Everything Dinosaur can display this certificate in their offices and use it in company correspondence.

Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award certificate.
Everything Dinosaur’s Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award certificate.

Platinum Trusted Service Award

Feefo is a leading global customer reviews and insights platform on a mission to empower its clients to fully understand how their customers experience their product or service. The highest accolade offered by Feefo, the Platinum Trusted Service award, was introduced in 2020 and Everything Dinosaur has won the Platinum Trusted Service award every year that it has been available. Everything Dinosaur has been awarded top marks by Feefo four years in a row.

Tony Wheble, the CEO at Feefo, commented:

“This year has been a difficult one for so many businesses. I’m delighted to recognise thousands of our clients that have overcome various challenges to provide such high levels of customer service and satisfaction.”

Everything Dinosaur Has Won the Platinum Trusted Service Award Four Years in a Row

Platinum Trusted Service Award
Everything Dinosaur has won the prestigious Feefo Platinum Trusted Service award ever year that it has been offered. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Mr Wheble added:

“The Trusted Service Awards have always been about recognising companies that go way beyond the norm in customer service and in turn receive great feedback from delighted customers.”

To visit Everything Dinosaur’s award-winning website: Everything Dinosaur.

28 01, 2023

Everything Dinosaur Customer Newsletter

By | January 28th, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page|0 Comments

Safari Ltd dinosaur models and the Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth replica feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. Everything Dinosaur team members like to keep customers informed about new products and company developments and a customer newsletter is emailed periodically. In the latest e-news mailing the Dino Dana Zuul armoured dinosaur replica is highlighted.

Dino Dana Zuul dinosaur model features in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.
The Dino Dana Zuul armoured dinosaur features in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Everything Dinosaur Customer Newsletter

The latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter also features the Dino Dana dwarf tyrannosaur replica Nanotyrannus and the colourful bone-headed dinosaur model Stygimoloch (Dino Dana Stygimoloch).

To request a subscription to Everything Dinosaur’s free customer newsletter simply: Email Everything Dinosaur.

The Safari Ltd Dino Dana Nanotyrannus and the Stygimoloch are featured in an Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.
Two new Safari Ltd Dino Dana models feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Wild Safari Prehistoric World Albertosaurus and a Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth

The other two models to feature in our January newsletter (2023), is the recently arrived Wild Safari Prehistoric World Albertosaurus dinosaur model and the Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth figure.

Albertosaurus and a Woolly Mammoth.
The Wild Safari Prehistoric World Albertosaurus (left) and a new Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth model (right). Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

To view the extensive range of Safari Ltd dinosaur and other prehistoric animal models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Wild Safari Prehistoric World Figures.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We send out newsletters to customers so that they can be kept informed about new additions to our stock and updated on developments at Everything Dinosaur. Our newsletter is free, and we do not share customer emails with anyone else, so our customers can have the assurance that they will not find themselves receiving lots of emails from companies that they never subscribed to”.

Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth

Joining the Safari Ltd models in our latest newsletter is the Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth model, an Ice Age figure that has received praise from model collectors since its introduction.

Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth
The Mojo Fun Woolly Mammoth model is available from Everything Dinosaur.

To view the range of Mojo Fun prehistoric and extinct models available from Everything Dinosaur: Mojo Fun Prehistoric Life Models.

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