The Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus Mannequin is Withdrawn

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus articulated dinosaur mannequin is being retired. This in style determine goes out of manufacturing. One of many first ceratopsian figures launched, the Styracosaurus is being retired after one final manufacturing run.

The stunning Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus dinosaur model.
The beautiful Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus dinosaur mannequin in lateral view.

The Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus

Measuring a powerful 30.5 cm in size, the Styracosaurus determine has proved to be immensely in style with collectors. The putting color scheme made this articulated mannequin an immediate hit. The hand-painted mannequin is in 1:18 scale. As well as, it had twenty factors of articulation.

To view the vary of Beasts of the Mesozoic prehistoric animal figures in inventory at Every little thing Dinosaur: Beasts of the Mesozoic Articulated Dinosaur Fashions.

Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus model illustration
The again cowl illustration of the Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus dinosaur mannequin (S. albertensis).

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A spokesperson from Every little thing Dinosaur commented that simply 5 hundred Styracosaurus fashions had been produced. It was most likely as a consequence of manufacturing pressures, with so many new fashions popping out that the Styracosaurus had been retired.

The spokesperson added:

“The Beasts of the Mesozoic Styracosaurus determine is completely beautiful. We will be unhappy when it’s lastly withdrawn and out of manufacturing.”

For dinosaur followers and mannequin collectors who could have missed out on this determine, there may be one ultimate likelihood to get their arms on one.

Contact Every little thing Dinosaur to order a Styracosaurus mannequin: E mail Every little thing Dinosaur.

Styracosaurus albertensis

Styracosaurus (Styracosaurus albertensis) is an iconic ceratopsian. It’s a member of the centrosaurine subfamily of horned dinosaurs. It was named and scientifically described in 1913 (Lawrence Lambe). Recognized from the Dinosaur Provincial Park Formation of Alberta, Styracosaurus was a big dinosaur, maybe as a lot as 6 metres lengthy. The holotype specimen is on show on the Canadian Museum of Nature (Ottawa, Ontario).

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