We are so many people around here, it´s in most cases easy to upload a dinosaur you don´t know much about yet and have it identified quite quickly. Among the many threads in the category "Dinosaur Toys" are many ones concerning such unidentified dinosaurs. I would say let´s start this own thread for just idendifying figures. It´s not necessary to open a new thread for each figure someone wants to have identified. Agreed?
^ that brown and yellow rex in your last picture, is that a repainted battat? I like the colours. also, the rex in question looks really familiar but I can't remember - hopefully someone can help. also also, I love that mystery velociraptor! when we find out what it is I'm getting one
Post by Blade-of-the-Moon on Jan 25, 2010 23:55:51 GMT
I think that Rex might be a Sega variant , but it's hard to tell..the body shape looks right. Any better pics ?
No clue about the Raptor but it does resemble a Disney one..maybe from a set only available in the park.
" Way out West are boney clues of many an ancient clash, preserved by deadly sand and mud and dark volcanic ash, these late Jurassic sediments, the Morrison Formation, a record of the Allosaurus, Prince of all Predation..." - Jurassic Punk
Yeah, sorry about the smallish pic of the Rexes. It's an old pic I had saved from eBay some time ago just because I liked that tiger-striped T.rex and was hoping one day to find out what it was.
That one Rex with the dark brownish/black coloration and a creamy/light yellowish striped under-belly and under-tail that's three down on the right does look a little "Battatish." Weren't there some very rare colorations of some the Battats? Hmmm???
About the "mystery raptor," the seller said it had no labeling on it anywhere. Wouldn't you think if it were Disney, they would have their logo plainly plastered for all to see, with their over-the-top marketing strategies?! LOL!!
^ I don't think so, and I am almost certain its Disney - I have a couple of Disney dinosaur figures where the only way you know its a Disney product is by the color/animal represented, and then in tiny type of the foot or something, Disney. I am betting it was part of a set of other dino figures, released at KB or something. I have a very nice Carnotaurus from a set like that.
That raptor is actually nicer looking then more common clunky looking fattened version that roared that they released.
Anyone who has a hard time with the fact that Aves are maniraptoran theropods must not have a firm understanding the biology of modern birds!