Brand: Vitae

Chilantaisaurus (Vitae)

4 (5 votes)
Review and photos by Paul Carter, edited by Suspsy
Chilantaisaurus (Ch’i-lan-t’ai lizard) was a large late Cretaceous neovenatorid theropod related to Allosaurus. It is estimated to weigh between 2.5 metric tons and 4 metric tons and was probably 11 m (36 ft) to 13 m (43 ft) in length.

Giganotosaurus (Vitae)

4.6 (9 votes)
Pictures and review by apatosaurus3232, edited by Suspsy
Hello, everyone. This is my first review on the Dinosaur Toy Blog. Today I’ll be discussing something that has been quite the talk on the forum. The Vitae Giganotosaurus carolinii standard edition. Vitae is a new Chinese company with lots of models in the works.

Jinyunpelta (Vitae)

4.9 (10 votes)

Discovered in Jinyun County, China, in 2008 and officially described in 2018, Jinyunpelta sinensis (“Jinyun shield from China”) hails from the Albian-Cenomanian age, which at around one hundred million years is the oldest age of the Late Cretaceous. This makes it the oldest and baselmost ankylosaurine known to date.

Majungasaurus (Vitae)

3.8 (4 votes)
Few months ago the news about a new upcoming theropod figure by a yet unknown Chinese company stirred the DTB community. And while everybody and their moms talked about that awesome Giganotosaurus, its smaller and not very closely related compagnion went without much attention. For me it was this smaller theropod that excited me: Majungasaurus crenatissimus.

Sinraptor (Vitae)

2.8 (5 votes)

Review and photographs by Loon, edited by Suspsy

Vitae was a company that, much like PNSO, busted onto the dinosaur toy scene with some fantastic figures only to disappear entirely after a couple of years. Unlike PNSO, however, Vitae hasn’t made a comeback. After only releasing a resin model of Teratophoneus last year, Vitae now seems to be completely defunct as a company.

Wuerhosaurus (Vitae)

4.5 (6 votes)

Wuerhosaurus is one of those obscure names I often saw in books as a kid, but mostly just to complete an alphabet of dinosaur names. We don’t know exactly what this fragmentary stegosaur looked like, but Vitae’s model is well-detailed and adequately accurate for our current understanding.

Known only from fragmentary remains, Wuerhosaurus was one of the last-living members of the stegosaur family, hailing from the Early Cretaceous.

Zhejiangopterus (Vitae)

4.8 (5 votes)

When we think of the group of pterosaur knows as azhdarchid, the first thing that comes to mind are the large species such as Quetzalcoatlus and Hatzegopteryx for good reason. These two famous species are the largest of the pterosaurs and hold the record as the largest animal that have ever taken to the air.

Zhejiangosaurus (Vitae)

4.8 (6 votes)

While a lot of dinosaur names are quite a challenge for the laymen to be read and correctly spelled, the ones inspired by Chinese locations and names may even be a serious challenge to the dinosaur expert. Zhejiangosaurus comes as one of the easier names, but maybe one you do not really need to remember…..

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