New Haolonggood Baryonyx Dinosaur Models

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The Haolonggood shipment has been delayed by three days as the container vessel has diverted away from the Red Sea. The current unrest in the region is causing shipping companies to divert vessels away from the area. Everything Dinosaur aims to have the new Haolonggood figures in stock by the end of this month. The new arrivals will include the fantastic Haolonggood Baryonyx models.

Haolonggood Baryonyx figures. New for 2024 Haolonggood dinosaur models.
The new Haolonggood Baryonyx figures will be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in early 2024.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur confirmed that numerous ships were having to take longer routes to avoid the Red Sea. Many container vessels will be delayed.

Haolonggood Baryonyx Models

The two new for 2024 Haolonggood Baryonyx dinosaur models are named Shan Ting and Wei Ding Guo. Both models have articulated jaws and are the same sculpt. However, they have different colour schemes. The Baryonyx model named Shan Ting has more grey colouring and subtle red colouration running across the top of the model. In contrast, Wei Ding Guo has more green and more prominent countershading.

Each figure is 26 cm long with a declared scale of 1:35. At this size, the scale measurements suggest a dinosaur in excess of nine metres in length. This is within the parameters suggested by palaeontologists for Baryonyx walkeri, based on the London Natural History Museum specimen (NHMUK VP R9951).

The Haolonggood Baryonyx dinosaur models.
The two new for 2024 Haolonggood Baryonyx models. Shan Ting (top) and Wei Ding Guo (bottom).

To view the range of Haolonggood figures currently in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Haolonggood Prehistoric Animal Models.

The Baryonyx Holotype

The London Natural History Museum specimen represents the holotype for B. walkeri. The holotype was originally known as BMNH R9951, however, it was later re-catalogued as NHMUK VP R9951. It remains one of the most complete theropod fossil skeletons known from the UK. A cast of the Baryonyx fossil specimen is on display at the London Natural History Museum.

London Natural History Museum Baryonyx exhibit
The mounted cast of the Baryonyx skeleton on display at the London Natural History Museum. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Baryonyx (B. walkeri) was formally named and described in 1986 (Charig and Milner). It remains the most complete fossil specimen of a spinosaurid found to date.

Haolonggood Baryonyx Wei Ding Guo model.
A stunning image of the new for 2024 Haolonggood Baryonyx model Wei Ding Guo wading through some water.

The two, new Haolonggood Baryonyx models certainly look impressive in the images that Haolonggood have supplied. We look forward to receiving these figures into stock.

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