Accuracy wise this little fellow is pretty much perfect.
Despite the vast myriad of dinosaurs species turned into models by them, Carnegie only has four ceratopsid species under its belt.
When if comes to scientific accuracy, Kaiyodo did a lovely job with this tiny model.
Another T rex review for the blog, and this time around it’s the Wild Safari original version.
One thing you probably notice about this figure is that it’s rather athletic and slim looking for a Tyrannosaurus. In fact it looks little bit like a Daspletosaurus or even an Albertosaurus.
This model holds a special place for me, being my first museum quality figure, and the one that started off my collecting spree seven years ago. It is a really nice spino model, certainly nicer than the Wild Safari Suchomimus, the Carnegie Baryonyx, or the preceding Carnegie Spinosaur which had that ill fated head of an Allosaurus.
Like all of the dinosaurs represented in this line. There is very little to complain about with this piece with regards to scientific accuracy.