Earlier this week Everything Dinosaur posted up on the company’s YouTube channel a Schleich Quetzalcoatlus video short. This brief video (it is under forty-five seconds long), demonstrates how the jointed wings of this pterosaur model work.

Demonstrating the jointed wings on the new for 2023 Schleich Quetzalcoatlus pterosaur model. Video credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Video credit: Everything Dinosaur

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Schleich Quetzalcoatlus video short explains the function of the jointed wings.
The Schleich Quetzalcoatlus figure in resting pose.

The Schleich Quetzalcoatlus Video Short

In the Schleich Quetzalcoatlus video short, the figure is shown in a flying pose. It is quickly converted into a pterosaur resting pose. This is a novel design, and we congratulate the development team at Schleich for their innovative approach to flying reptile models.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented:

“We have lost track of the number of Quetzalcoatlus figures that Schleich have developed. We think that a Quetzalcoatlus pterosaur has been in production at the company in one form or other for more than fifteen years. The new for 2023 figure is the first Schleich Quetzalcoatlus to have jointed wings.”

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