New PNSO Albertosaurus Dinosaur Model Reviewed

By |2024-01-02T14:36:52+00:00September 29th, 2023|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products|0 Comments

Our thanks to dinosaur fan and model collector William who sent into Everything Dinosaur a review of the PNSO Albertosaurus. William wrote to Everything Dinosaur and explained how Albertosaurus was named and scientifically described. He commented that in 1905 Henry Fairfield Osborn had just presented his paper describing a new North American theropod Tyrannosaurus rex. The Albertosaurus genus was also erected in 1905.

PNSO Wally the Albertosaurus
The PNSO Albertosaurus dinosaur figure shown in lateral view. A dinosaur fan has submitted a review of this new PNSO theropod to Everything Dinosaur.

The reviewer added:

“Almost as a footnote at the end of his paper, Osborn named Albertosaurus sarcophagus. Named in honour of the newly founded Canadian province of Alberta from which the type specimen was unearthed. Thus, we see the founding of the first two great houses of the Tyrannosauridae to the south the Tyrannosaurinae to the north the gracile Albertosaurinae.”

PNSO Albertosaurus model packaging.
PNSO Albertosaurus dinosaur models in the Everything Dinosaur warehouse. The model is supplied with a transparent support stand, a Sci-Art poster and an illustrated colour booklet. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

PNSO Albertosaurus Reviewed

In the email to Everything Dinosaur, the reviewer praised the PNSO Albertosaurus figure. It was stated that this was an amazing and highly detailed sculpt. The choice of colour scheme and the firm, articulated jaw were highlighted.

William commented:

“Finally, I own a truly accurate yet handsome Albertosaurus with that special PNSO touch we have come to love. From sculpt to skin texture all fused with the natural warm skin tones no need of garish colours. Finalising in the wonderful yet unique horned head with a firm articulated jaw. “Wally” is captured as in mid stride as in pursuit no boring or dull figures that are vaguely standing but glimpses of a living animals as in life never boring or static is what all models should portray LIFE!!!!. Thanks Everything Dinosaur.”

The PNSO Wally the Albertosaurus dinosaur model has an articulated jaw.
The PNSO Wally the Albertosaurus dinosaur model has an articulated jaw.

Our thanks to William for sending to Everything Dinosaur his PNSO Albertosaurus dinosaur model review.

To view the range of PNSO dinosaur and prehistoric animal figures available: PNSO Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Models.