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18 11, 2022

New CollectA Models 2023 (Part 3)

By | November 18th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur in conjunction with our friends at CollectA announce the third batch of new CollectA models for 2023. Two new prehistoric animal figures, both marine reptiles, have been announced namely:

  • CollectA Deluxe 1:40 scale Mosasaurus with an articulated jaw – due to be available early 2023.
  • Shastasaurus (Age of Dinosaurs Popular) – due to be available early 2023.

New CollectA Models

New CollectA Models
New CollectA models for 2023. The 1:40 CollectA Deluxe Mosasaurus (top), and the Age of Dinosaurs Popular ichthyosaur replica Shastasaurus (bottom).

CollectA Deluxe Mosasaurus 1:40 Scale

A new 1:40 scale figure of a Mosasaurus, a giant, predatory marine reptile from the Cretaceous that was more closely related to modern snakes and lizards than it was to archosaurs such as the Dinosauria. The model incorporates the latest scientific thinking and includes an asymmetrical caudal fin, with a nick in the top portion as if this Late Cretaceous marine reptile has been bitten by another mosasaur. Inside the beautifully painted, articulated jaw, pterygoid teeth have been incorporated into the roof of the mouth.

The CollectA Deluxe 1:40 scale Mosasaurus will be available from Everything Dinosaur, early next year (2023). This figure is the second Mosasaurus model to be introduced by CollectA, as a not to scale Mosasaurus replica was added to the Age of Dinosaurs Popular range back in 2014.

New CollectA Models.  The new for 2023 CollectA Deluxe Mosasaurus model.
CollectA Deluxe Mosasaurus model.

Articulated Lower Jaw

The new for 2023 marine reptile figure has a smooth, streamlined body, the skin texture has been carefully crafted and the front flippers give the impression of a powerful animal.

The new for 2023 CollectA Deluxe Mosasaurus marine reptile model has an articulated jaw.
The new for 2023 CollectA Deluxe Mosasaurus marine reptile model has an articulated jaw.

To view the range of CollectA Deluxe prehistoric life models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: CollectA Deluxe Prehistoric World Models and Figures.

CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Shastasaurus

CollectA plan to introduce another marine reptile model next year (2023). It is a replica of the primitive ichthyosaur Shastasaurus, a large reptile, possibly gigantic that lived more than one hundred million years before the Mosasauridae evolved.

Shastasaurus marine reptile model.
CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Shastasaurus marine reptile model.

Shastasaurus was a big, whale-sized marine reptile from the Triassic. The replica has been given a striking black and white colour scheme reminiscent of the Killer Whale (Orca). These markings would have helped this giant hunter hide from its prey, the colour pattern making Shastasaurus less conspicuous from both above and below. The model has barnacles on its flippers and body, just like the barnacles associated with many large, extant cetaceans that swim in our oceans today. The asymmetrical tail fluke has also got a nick in it towards its apex.

The CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Shastasaurus is due to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in early 2023.

To view the range of not-to-scale CollectA prehistoric animal models and figures: CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Models and Figures.

Model Measurements

  • CollectA Deluxe 1:40 scale Mosasaurus with articulated jaw – length 39 cm, height 5.3 cm, width across the front flippers 15 cm (estimate).
  • CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Shastasaurus – length 25 cm, height of tail fluke 3 cm, width across the front flippers 9 cm (estimate).

This pair of exciting marine reptile figures will be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in 2023.

To view Everything Dinosaur’s blog post about the first batch of new CollectA prehistoric animals for 2023 to be announced: New CollectA Models (Part 1).

To read our blog post about the second batch of new CollectA prehistoric animal figures for 2023: New CollectA Models (Part 2).

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17 11, 2022

Papo Prehistoric Animal Models (2023)

By | November 17th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Main Page, Press Releases|1 Comment

Having received confirmation from Papo, Everything Dinosaur can now release official details of the new Papo prehistoric animal models scheduled for introduction in 2023.

There are six figures to be added to the “Les Dinosaures” range, two new dinosaurs, two new marine reptiles and two re-introductions of figures that were recently retired.

New Papo Dinosaurs for 2023

Papo intend to add two dinosaurs to their range of prehistoric animal models and figures in 2023. A replica of the Late Cretaceous ceratopsian Einiosaurus is due to be introduced in Q3/Q4 of 2023 and there will also be a replica of a Concavenator (theropod dinosaur) added to the range. The Papo Concavenator will have an articulated lower jaw.

Papo Prehistoric Animal Models for 2023
Two new Papo dinosaur models are scheduled for introduction in 2023, a horned dinosaur Einiosaurus and a replica of Concavenator.

Papo Marine Reptile Models

In addition, Papo will be introducing two marine reptiles. The Mosasaurus figure which was originally scheduled for launch this year (2022) is now scheduled for introduction in early 2023 (quarter 1), whilst the long rumoured Kronosaurus will be added to the range later next year.

Papo prehistoric animal models for 2023 (marine reptiles)
A pair of Papo marine reptiles are also scheduled for 2023 release, the delayed Papo Mosasaurus and a Papo Kronosaurus model. Both figures have articulated lower jaws.

Both the Papo Mosasaurus and the Papo Kronosaurus models will have articulated lower jaws.

Papo Prehistoric Animal Models

In addition to the four new model sculpts planned for 2023. Papo intend to re-introduce recently retired, prehistoric animals. Two reissues are planned, the Papo Archaeopteryx which was originally launched in 2014 and subsequently retired in 2018 and the Papo Woolly Rhinoceros which was introduced in 2013.

Papo reissues for 2023.
Papo intend to re-introduce two recently retired models in quarter 1 of 2023 – the Papo Woolly Rhinoceros figure and the Papo Archaeopteryx model.

Both the Papo Woolly Rhinoceros figure and the Papo Archaeopteryx are scheduled to be available early in 2023 (quarter 1 of 2023).

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that it was good to see Papo increasing the number of new prehistoric animal figures, although they were not able to comment on any potential retirements from the “Les Dinosaures” range.

When asked about the introduction of the Archaeopteryx and the Coelodonta (Woolly Rhinoceros), the spokesperson commented:

“The introduction of previously retired Papo figures gives dinosaur fans and model collectors the opportunity to add these figures to their collections, if they had missed out first time around.”

To view the range of Papo dinosaur and prehistoric animal figures in stock at Everything Dinosaur: Papo Dinosaur and Prehistoric Animal Figures.

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15 11, 2022

CollectA Prehistoric Animal Models

By | November 15th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur team members plan to publish details about the next batch of new for 2023 CollectA prehistoric animal models on the morning of Friday 18th November (2022). The next blog post will feature the third set of new for 2023 CollectA prehistoric animal figures, all part of a programme of new model announcements that have been running weekly throughout this month (November 2022).

Plans for new CollectA prehistoric animal models.
Everything Dinosaur will shortly be posting details about the third batch of new for 2023 prehistoric animals on the morning of Friday 18th November (2022). Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

YouTube Videos

In addition to providing a detailed blog post about the figures, team members intend to continue their tradition of creating informative videos featuring each of the new models and posting up these short video reviews on the company’s YouTube channel.

To visit Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel (please subscribe to our channel): Everything Dinosaur on YouTube.

New CollectA models (video for 2023)
Everything Dinosaur team members have added a short video all about the first three CollectA models for 2023 to be announced to the company’s YouTube channel. The company plans to post up a video about the new releases each week. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

CollectA Prehistoric Animal Models

To view Everything Dinosaur’s recent blog post about the first set of new for 2023 CollectA prehistoric animal models (Ceratosuchops, Hadrosaurus and Triceratops horridus – confronting): New CollectA Models (Part 1).

To read a blog post about the second set of new for 2023 CollectA prehistoric animal models to be announced (CollectA Deluxe 1:100 scale Ruyangosaurus, Brighstoneus and the CollectA Anomalocaris replica): New CollectA Models for 2023 (Part 2).

Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures

CollectA have built up a strong reputation amongst dinosaur fans and model collectors for the quality and diversity of their model ranges. The range is broadly divided into categories, with some models having a declared scale (CollectA Deluxe) and some having no declared scale (CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular).

To view the CollectA Deluxe range: CollectA Deluxe Figures.

To view the CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular range of models: CollectA Prehistoric Life Figures.

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14 11, 2022

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO Boxes

By | November 14th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Company details of Everything Dinosaur on PNSO boxes. The contact details of Everything Dinosaur, an official partner of PNSO, are prominently displayed on product packaging. Customers can contact our support team if they require assistance or advice concerning a PNSO figure. Team members are happy to help and provide advice, support and assistance, after all, we are model collectors too.

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO boxes
Everything Dinosaur’s contact details are displayed on PNSO prehistoric animal product packaging. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO Boxes

As well as stunning box art, the contact details for Everything Dinosaur including our website and email address are printed on PNSO Age of Dinosaurs product packaging. We are responsible for “overseas affairs co-ordination, accident transmission, communication and co-ordination, co-operate to deal with all the store matters, and so on”. Whilst we will not comment on the English language translation, in simple terms, as a key supplier of these fabulous prehistoric animal figures we are able to support PNSO and assist them with their sales outside of China.

Everything Dinosaur on PNSO boxes
Our Instagram post image confirming that Everything Dinosaur’s contact details are displayed prominently on PNSO product packaging. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur commented that they had posted up information on various social media pages such as Facebook and Instagram confirming that Everything Dinosaur is a key partner of PNSO.

Amazing Prehistoric Animal Models

The PNSO Age of Dinosaurs product range has dramatically expanded over the last few years, with the addition of lots of new, amazing prehistoric animal models. For example, Everything Dinosaur recently received into stock the new for 2022 Jacques the Deinocheirus model along with the new PNSO Sinopliosaurus replica.

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus
The two, new for 2022 PNSO model arrivals (early November 2022), the PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus (top) and (bottom) the Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus figure. The free Sinopliosaurus fact sheet can be seen underneath the boxes. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

The spokesperson confirmed that Everything Dinosaur’s contact details were also on the packaging for the Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus figures and their website and email address details could also be found on the free prehistoric animal fact sheet that is despatched to customers.

To view the extensive range of PNSO Age of Dinosaurs museum quality models and figures available from Everything Dinosaur: PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

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13 11, 2022

New CollectA Models 2023 (Part 2)

By | November 13th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur team members are making a YouTube video which will provide more information on the second set of new CollectA models for 2023. The brief video will provide more information on the enormous sauropod Ruyangosaurus, the recently described iguanodontid from the Isle of Wight (Brighstoneus) and the enigmatic Cambrian predator Anomalocaris.

New CollectA models.
The next Everything Dinosaur YouTube video will feature the latest new for 2023 CollectA prehistoric animal figures (Ruyangosaurus, Brighstoneus and Anomalocaris).

New CollectA Models

Team members have already produced and published a video providing more information on the first batch of new for 2023 CollectA models to be announced (Triceratops horridus – confronting, Hadrosaurus and the recently described spinosaurid Ceratosuchops).

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A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur confirmed that CollectA would announce more new models in November and that the first six releases that had been announced would probably be in stock at Everything Dinosaur around February/March of next year (2023).

To view the range of CollectA scale models (CollectA Deluxe): CollectA Deluxe Prehistoric Life.

To view the range of not-to-scale CollectA prehistoric animals in the CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular range: CollectA Prehistoric Life Dinosaur Models.

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12 11, 2022

PNSO Models in Newsletter from Everything Dinosaur

By | November 12th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Newsletters, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur features PNSO models in newsletter. The latest prehistoric animal models from PNSO are featured in the November Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. A spokesperson for the UK-based, award-winning mail order company stated that it was wonderful to be able to feature PNSO models in a newsletter emailed to Everything Dinosaur’s database.

New PNSO Models in Newsletter
The new PNSO Deinocheirus figure (Jacques the Deinocheirus) has star billing in the latest Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter.

PNSO Deinocheirus Highlighted

One of the new figures to arrive is the PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus dinosaur model. This stunning replica of this bizarre Cretaceous theropod has arrived at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse and this new PNSO figure is given star billing in the company’s customer newsletter.

PNSO Sinopliosaurus and Nanotyrannus
The new for 2022 Chinese spinosaurid Sinopliosaurus features in the latest Everything Dinosaur newsletter along with Logan the Nanotyrannus replica.

Terrific Theropods

One of the other new figures to arrive, Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus is also featured. Sinopliosaurus is the first spinosaurid to have been described from fossils found in China. The Sinopliosaurus is shown alongside another theropod dinosaur, a controversial genus (nomen dubium) – Nanotyrannus.

PNSO Kronosaurus and Dunkleosteus feature in newsletter
Sea monsters also feature in the Everything Dinosaur customer newsletter. The PNSO Jeff the Kronosaurus model (left) and Zaha the Dunkleosteus placoderm model (right).

To ask to join Everything Dinosaur’s customer list to receive free newsletters: Email Everything Dinosaur.

Superb Sea Monsters (PNSO Models)

The newsletter also features two popular models of marine monsters that have just come back into stock. Jeff the Kronosaurus and the placoderm figure, Zaha the Dunkleosteus are also included. Both these superb sea monster replicas have articulated jaws.

PNSO Models in Newsletter
The PNSO Yinqi the Yutyrannus model features alongside the recently introduced PNSO sauropod replica Chuanchuan the Lingwulong.

PNSO Models in Newsletter

The other two PNSO models in the newsletter are the recently introduced sauropod figure Lingwulong (Chuanchuan the Lingwulong) and the feathered Chinese tyrannosauroid Yutyrannus. In all, seven exciting PNSO figures are featured in Everything Dinosaur’s latest customer newsletter.

Everything Dinosaur stocks an enormous range of PNSO dinosaur and prehistoric animal figures. To view the PNSO model range: PNSO Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animal Models.

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11 11, 2022

New CollectA Models 2023 (Part 2)

By | November 11th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur in collaboration with CollectA announces the second batch of new CollectA models 2023. Three new prehistoric animal figures have been announced namely:

  • Ruyangosaurus (1:100 scale Deluxe model) – due to be available early 2023.
  • Brighstoneus (Age of Dinosaurs Popular) – due to be available in early 2023.
  • Anomalocaris (CollectA Other Prehistoric Animals) – due to be available in early 2023.

New CollectA Models

New CollectA Models 2023.
New CollectA prehistoric animal models. Anomalocaris (top left), the CollectA Deluxe 1:100 scale Ruyangosaurus (right) and the ornithopod Brighstoneus (bottom left). All three new CollectA models should be available from Everything Dinosaur in early 2023.

CollectA Deluxe Ruyangosaurus (1:100 Scale)

The first CollectA Deluxe scale model to be announced for 2023 is this stunning replica of the enormous Chinese titanosaur Ruyangosaurus. Named and described in 2009 (Ruyangosaurus giganteus), this huge sauropod is estimated to have been around thirty metres long and to have weighed in excess of fifty tonnes. It is one of the largest dinosaurs known from Asia.

CollectA Deluxe Ruyangosaurus
The new for early 2023 CollectA Deluxe Ruyangosaurus dinosaur model.

The CollectA Deluxe Ruyangosaurus has been given a grey, almost elephant-like colouration in recognition of the sheer size of this leviathan. The neck is thick, but the cervical vertebrae (neck bones) of these huge dinosaurs were quite delicate and there were numerous air sacs to help lighten the neck.

The skin texture is very detailed, and this herbivorous giant has been given rows of dermal armour (osteoderms), which are most prominent over its vulnerable hips. The CollectA Deluxe Ruyangosaurus will make an interesting partner to the mostly geologically older genus Mamenchisaurus, a model of which (CollectA Deluxe 1:100 Mamenchisaurus) was introduced by CollectA in 2021.

CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Brighstoneus

Hot on heels of the Ceratosuchops model announced last week, comes Brighstoneus an iguanodontid from the Isle of Wight that was, coincidently, formally named and described just a few weeks after Ceratosuchops in late 2021.

The reassessment of fossil bones found in 1978 close to the village of Brighstone on the south-western coast of the Isle of Wight, which had been thought to represent the genus Iguanodon, led to the naming of Brighstoneus (B. simmondsi).

CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Brighstoneus Model
The CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Brighstoneus dinosaur model. This ornithopod figure should be available from Everything Dinosaur in early 2023.

Examination of the naris bone indicated that this dinosaur had a bulbous snout, and this feature has been incorporated into the new CollectA figure. The patterning on the model would have helped to camouflage this eight-metre-long herbivore and the white flash around the eye suggests that visual communication was very important to this animal that probably lived in herds.

This recently described dinosaur suggests that there are probably several different iguanodontids still awaiting discovery in the Wealden Group strata. It is great to see this model representing another member of the Wealden Group dinosaur biota added to the CollectA range.

CollectA Anomalocaris

The third in this trio of new CollectA models to be announced this week is a replica of the apex Cambrian predator Anomalocaris. This superb model of Anomalocaris canadensis from the famous Burgess Shale deposits of British Columbia joins a growing number of CollectA invertebrate models that represent iconic animals from the fossil record.

CollectA Anomalocaris
The CollectA Anomalocaris model. A fantastic replica of an early apex predator. The CollectA Anomalocaris (Other Prehistoric Animal Models).

Anomalocaris is distantly related to extant crustaceans such as lobsters and shrimps. It is considered to be at the top of the earliest marine food chains because of its large body size, formidable grasping claws armed with sharp spikes and a ferocious-looking circular mouth positioned under the head. Once thought to measure more than a metre in length, most Burgess Shale specimens indicate a typical body length of thirty centimetres, still much bigger than virtually all of the other animals known from these Canadian Cambrian-aged deposits.

Model Measurements

  • CollectA Deluxe Ruyangosaurus (1:100 scale) – length 40 cm, height of head 29.5 cm.
  • CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Brighstoneus – length 14.8 cm, height of head 4.8 cm.
  • CollectA Anomalocaris (Other Prehistoric Animals) – length 13 cm, height 3 cm.

This trio of fantastic CollectA figures are scheduled to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur in the early part of 2023.

To view Everything Dinosaur’s blog post about the first batch of new CollectA prehistoric animals for 2023 to be announced: New CollectA Models for 2023 (Part 1).

We will post up more details about new for 2023 CollectA models next Friday and a brief video about these three CollectA figures will shortly be posted up on Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel.

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The newly announced Ruyangosaurus in 1/100th scale is part of the CollectA Deluxe range of models. To view the other scale replicas in this series: CollectA Deluxe Prehistoric Life Models and Figures.

The Age of Dinosaurs Popular Brighstoneus and the stunning Anomalocaris model will be placed in the CollectA Prehistoric Life section of Everything Dinosaur’s website: CollectA Prehistoric Life Replicas.

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10 11, 2022

Passionate about Dinosaurs

By | November 10th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Educational Activities, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur are passionate about dinosaurs and prehistoric animal models. The award-winning, UK-based company exports to over a hundred countries and recently they were interviewed about their export success as part of a project to help inspire others to follow their dreams.

Passionate about dinosaurs - Everything Dinosaur sucessful exporters.
Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub wanted to highlight local businesses that could help to inspire other companies to export their goods and services. Everything Dinosaur team members were interviewed, and a short video produced. The aim of this project is to help and inspire others to export. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

Everything Dinosaur Helping to Inspire Others

Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub wanted to help support the drive for exports during International Trade Week and contacted Everything Dinosaur to see if team members were willing to be interviewed about how they sell dinosaur and prehistoric animal models to customers based overseas. Lauren and Emily from Prickly Peach Films were despatched, and they made a short video about Everything Dinosaur’s export success.

Everything Dinosaur video.
Lauren and Emily from Prickly Peach Films with a representative of the DIT preparing to shoot a video at Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

The aim of this video, one of a series of promotional activities organised by the Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub in collaboration with the Department of Industry and Trade (DIT), is to help encourage other companies to open businesses and to export their goods and services.

Passionate About Dinosaurs

Sue of Everything Dinosaur was reluctant to be interviewed but she helped with the shooting of the B-roll as she was filmed and photographed preparing and packing an order for a customer. Mike was given the task of answering the questions posed by the interviewer and hopefully the video will help to inspire others to pursue their passions and develop sales overseas.

The Everything Dinosaur Exporting Case Study

Everything Dinosaur Exporting Case Study – Cheshire and Warrington Growth Hub

Mike and Sue hope their short video helps to inspire other companies to explore export markets. Perhaps it might even encourage young people just beginning their careers to start their own business dealing with something that they too care about passionately in the same way that Mike and Sue are passionate about dinosaurs.

To view Everything Dinosaur’s award-winning website: Everything Dinosaur.

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9 11, 2022

New CollectA Models 2023 (Video Review)

By | November 9th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Everything Dinosaur videos, Main Page|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur has posted up a video discussing the new CollectA models for 2023 on the company’s YouTube channel. Our video looks at the Triceratops horridus – confronting, the Hadrosaurus and the Ceratosuchops – fishing models in the CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular range. It’s a case of three new CollectA models 2023!

Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube video discussing the first of the new for 2023 CollectA prehistoric animal models (part 1).

New CollectA Models 2023

CollectA intend to make new model announcements over the next few weeks (November 2022). Everything Dinosaur will create a video review of the new prehistoric animal models that are scheduled to come out next year, and in these videos, some of the science behind the figures will be highlighted.

The first of our YouTube videos showcasing the new CollectA models (part 1), is just under thirteen minutes and forty-five seconds in length (13:45). Each model is featured in its own specific section, with fossils associated with these iconic dinosaurs included and we examine some of the features on the models such as the large scales on the neck of the Hadrosaurus foulkii replica and the bright orange eye crests of the fishing Ceratosuchops (C. inferodios).

To visit Everything Dinosaur’s YouTube channel (please subscribe): Everything Dinosaur on YouTube.

Everything Dinosaur on YouTube

The Everything Dinosaur YouTube channel is packed full of videos providing updates on model introductions, hints and tips about prehistoric animal model collecting and lots of information on dinosaurs, we even post up details of the occasional free to enter competition too.

New CollectA Models 2023 (Part 1)
The first of the new CollectA prehistoric animal models for 2023.

CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Range

All three of these new dinosaur models are due to be in stock at Everything Dinosaur early in 2023. The Ceratosuchops – fishing, Hadrosaurus and the Triceratops horridus – confronting figures are not to scale replicas and part of the CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular range.

To view this range of CollectA models in stock at Everything Dinosaur: CollectA Age of Dinosaurs Popular Range.

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8 11, 2022

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus

By | November 8th, 2022|Adobe CS5, Dinosaur Fans, Everything Dinosaur News and Updates, Everything Dinosaur Products, Main Page, Photos of Everything Dinosaur Products, Press Releases|0 Comments

Everything Dinosaur team members have been busy sorting out the PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus boxes as they prepare and pack orders for customers.

The new for 2022 PNSO dinosaur models are part of the latest product shipment to reach Everything Dinosaur’s warehouse. Team members have been contacting customers who enquired about these two theropod dinosaur figures and informing them that they are now available.

Both figures (PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus) will be supplied with a free prehistoric animal fact sheet.

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus
The two, new for 2022 PNSO model arrivals (early November 2022), the PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus (top) and (bottom) the Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus figure. The free Sinopliosaurus fact sheet can be seen underneath the boxes. Picture credit: Everything Dinosaur.

PNSO Deinocheirus and Sinopliosaurus

A spokesperson from Everything Dinosaur praised the design team at PNSO for the introduction of these new figures into the company’s mid-size model range and commented that there might be yet another model announcement from PNSO towards the end of this year.

PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus dinosaur model.
The PNSO Jacques the Deinocheirus dinosaur model.

The First Chinese Spinosaurid

Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus is a not-to-scale replica of the first member of the Spinosauridae family to be named from fossils discovered in China.

PNSO Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus landscape view
The PNSO Chongzuo the Sinopliosaurus is depicted walking close to a river. Fossils now ascribed to this theropod come from a fluvial/lacustrine palaeoenvironment.

To view the extensive range of dinosaur and prehistoric animal figures in the PNSO Age of Dinosaurs model range: PNSO Prehistoric Animal Models and Figures.

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