Abelisaurus, which joins the distinguished likes of Ankylosaurus, Ichthyosaurus, Mosasaurus, Plesiosaurus, Stegosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus rex in having an entire group of animals named after it, is presently known from only an incomplete skull. But based on what we have learned about other abelisaurs such as Rajasaurus, Majungasaurus, and, of course, Carnotaurus, we have a reasonably good idea of what Abelisaurus looked like: a stocky brute with a boxy head, muscle-bound legs, and itsy-bitsy arms.
Aucasaurus (DinoWaurs Survival)
I always like it when companies try out species that have never been made into figures before, as it gives people a chance to learn about new species and expand their knowledge. I have stated many times that I love the DinoWaurs Survival for this and continue to do too.
Carnivorous Dinos (Toob by Safari Ltd.)
Carnotaurus “Bonebreaker” (The Lost World: Jurassic Park by Kenner)
Once again, it is I, Emperor Dinobot, owner of Mesozoic Emporium and collector extraordinaire. Today, I am going to open up a $300 The Lost World: Jurassic Park toy for your pleasure! Let us discover the magnificence that is the Carnotaurus, code name Bonebreaker!
Carnotaurus “Demon” (Jurassic Park, Series 2 by Kenner)
It can be hard being a Jurassic Park dinosaur collector. Sometimes it is because certain figures are rare and expensive. Or sometimes, it is because certain figures are rare, expensive, AND ugly. Some of the most infamous dinosaurs made by Kenner share these three things, and yet somehow, they are legendary among fans.
Carnotaurus “Toro” (Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous by Mattel)
Review and photographs by Shenuday the Great, edited by Suspsy
By now, most dinosaur fans have probably watched the new Netflix series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. Like many viewers, it seems, I was pleasantly surprised by the show. I was, of course, equally excited by the new toys being produced by Mattel for the show.
Carnotaurus (1/56 Scale Resin Figure by Prey Collection Studios)
Review and photos by Levi Rawl, edited by Suspsy
This is the first unpainted resin model kit that I have purchased since I started collecting prehistoric figures. I will start off by saying that Carnotaurus was never really one of my favorite theropods. However, this figure has made me change my mind!
Carnotaurus (1996 Version)(Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd.)
Carnotaurus (2011 Version)(Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd.)
Alright, maybe that isn’t entirely true. The first big break for our brow-horned friend probably came in Crichton’s bestselling sequel to Jurassic Park, The Lost World, where Carnotaurus prowled the darkness with chameleonic camouflage (speculative, naturally).
Carnotaurus (2018)(Conquering the Earth by Schleich)
Over the last few decades or so, Carnotaurus has become a very popular choice for dinosaur toy lines. This is likely due in part to its unique characteristics that make it stand out from a shelf full of plastic theropods. Since going into business, Schleich has released multiple different versions of this ferocious dinosaur for their various toy lines.
Carnotaurus (Action Attack)(Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by Mattel)
Back in December 2017, the first trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was released and fan favorite Carnotaurus was there in all its glory . . . only to get wrecked by the other fan favorite from this franchise, the Tyrannosaurus rex.
Carnotaurus (Boston Museum of Science Collection by Battat)
Carnotaurus (CollectA Deluxe)
Review and photos by Bokisaurus
Hello dinofans, and welcome to another review! I hope that everyone is doing well and enjoying spring. Today we will review one of 2019’s new figure from CollectA. Enjoy.
Since making its film debut in Disney’s animated movie Dinosaur way back in 2001, Carnotaurus’s popularity have soared, in fact so much so that it is now among the most famous dinosaur of all times.