New Beasts of the Mesozoic models (2023) feature in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. New ceratopsians and tyrannosauroid replicas to collect. The headline item in the newsletter is the feathered tyrannosauroid Yutyrannus huali in 1:18 scale.
Beasts of the Mesozoic Models
There are seven additions to the popular Beasts of the Mesozoic models range. Four carnivorous dinosaurs and three ceratopsian figures. Part of the new “tyrannosaur” series, a replica of a juvenile T. rex and a 1:6 scale Dilong paradoxus have arrived at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse.
Jurassic and Cretaceous Dinosaur Models
Whilst six of the seven new figures represent Cretaceous dinosaurs, the Guanlong (G. wucaii) is an articulated model of an early tyrannosauroid (proceratosaurid tyrannosauroid) known from the Late Jurassic of China.
There are two new replicas of Styracosaurus for fans of horned dinosaurs to collect. Both Styracosaurus models are in 1:18 scale and called “Old Buck” as they represent a mature male.
Old Buck Styracosaurus
One of the “Old Buck” Styracosaurus figures has been painted to reflect injuries it may have sustained in a fight with a tyrannosaur. None of the tyrannosauroids that have just been added to the Beasts of the Mesozoic range were coeval with Styracosaurus. Collectors will have to wait for the tyrannosaurs associated with the Campanian faunal stage such as Albertosaurus and Gorgosaurus to be introduced.
Old Buck (Bloody)
The articulated Styracosaurus with the battle damage is known as “Old Buck Bloody”.
A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that:
“Along with the two new Styracosaurus models, a trio of articulated baby Diabloceratops models have been added to the Beasts of the Mesozoic range.”
To view the range of Beasts of the Mesozoic models available from Everything Dinosaur: Beasts of the Mesozoic Models and Figures.
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