New Rebor Dire Wolf Models Soon to be in Stock

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Everything Dinosaur will be stocking the new Rebor Dire wolf models. There are two colour variants of Aenocyon dirus. The “low roar” plain version and a colour variant that resembles an extant Gray wolf “Havallagata” version. Each figure will be supplied with three interchangeable heads.

The Rebor Dire Wolf replica "low roar" in the plain colouration.
The Rebor 1:11 scale Dire Wolf replica “low roar” in the plain colouration.

Rebor Dire Wolf “Low Roar” Plain

The Rebor Dire Wolf “low roar” has an intriguing colouration. It reminds us of the Gray wolf subspecies known as the Steppe Wolf (Canis lupus campestris), or perhaps the coat is painted to represent the critically endangered Red wolf (Canis rufus) of the southeastern United States. It is a beautiful model, and it is in approximately 1:11 scale. These models will work well with the recently introduced Rebor Smilodon populator figures.

Each Rebor Dire wolf model is supplied with three interchangeable heads.
Each Rebor Dire wolf model is supplied with three interchangeable heads.

The Dire wolf figure can be displayed with its mouth closed or snarling or with its mouth fully open.

To view the current range of Rebor models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Rebor Models and Figures.

Rebor Dire Wolf “Havallagata” Nord Version

The second colour variant is the “Havallagata” Nord version. It represents a Dire wolf in 1:11 scale. However, it could also depict a giant wolf in 1:18 scale, perhaps something similar to the fearsome animals which featured in the Game of Thrones television series.

Rebor Dire wolf in right lateral view (Havallagata Nord version).
The Rebor Dire wolf “Havallagata” Nord version.

The “Havallagata” Nord version is also supplied with three interchangeable heads. Collectors can display their figure snarling, or with the mouth open or closed.

Each wolf will measure around 18.5 cm in length. The height the figures is estimated at 9 cm.

Dire Wolf (Aenocyon dirus)

The Dire wolf (Aenocyon dirus) is a recently extinct member of the dog family. It has an extensive fossil record, mainly from the Americas. An apex predator and hypercarnivore, it probably specialised in hunting Pleistocene megaherbivores. It became extinct around 9,500 years ago. Palaeontologists have suggested that climate change, the decline of prey species or competition from other predators including humans could have been factors in the animal’s extinction.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur praised the Rebor Dire wolf models.

The spokesperson added:

“We are not aware of many Dire wolf figures. Congratulations to Rebor for making such splendid models. Both these Dire wolf figures will be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in a few weeks.”

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