Classification: Macronaria (basal)

Review: Brachiosaurus (resculpt)(CollectA)

3.1 (13 votes)
I’ve been able to tear myself away from our sparkly new Dinosaur Toy Forum (please do register if you aren’t already a member) to dedicate a little time to our old friend the Dinosaur Toy Blog.
It isn’t easy to find a respectable range of dinosaur toys in brick and mortar establishments these days.

Review: Brachiosaurus (Saurierpark Kleinwelka, Sachsen)

4.3 (4 votes)
No doubt: Invicta Brachiosaurus is a monument, an all-time classic, a monochrome statement, based on the first version of the mounted Brachiosaurus skeleton of the Natural History Museum of Berlin. No Giraffatitan discussion here. Up for review, however, is Kleinwelka Brachiosaurus, a figure from the former German Democratic Republic.

Review: Brachiosaurus (Soft model by Favorite Co. Ltd.)

4.8 (6 votes)
“Brachiosaurus” brancai comes to the Dino Toy Blog yet again. Of course, it isn’t really “Brachiosaurus” brancai, but rather Giraffatitan brancai, the big old brachiosaur from Africa having recently acquired a genus of its very own, albeit unfortunately a genus coined by Greg Paul on one of his off days (heresy!).

Review: Brachiosaurus (Wild Safari By Safari Ltd) (2010 Version)

4 (12 votes)
Review and Photos by Dan of DansDinosaurs.com
Safari Ltd. released their first Brachiosaurus figure in 1989, and it remained the largest prehistoric figure in their entire collection for two decades. Despite the changes in paint application, its mold has been unchanged to this very day. Our image of the Brachiosaurus has changed a bit since that time, and thanks to the animal’s appearance in Jurassic Park, it has become a popular species among casual collectors.
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Review: Brachiosaurus (World of History by Schleich)

3.9 (12 votes)
Review and photos by Nathan ‘Takama’ Morris, edited by amargasaurus cazaui and Suspsy

Well everyone, it’s time for another Schleich World of History review. This  one will cover the 2012 Brachiosaurus. If you have been following my other WoH reviews, you  know that 2012 was the year Schleich revamped and renamed their dinosaur line, making smaller versions of models they had made previously, and in some cases, giving them articulated jaws.

Review: Brachiosaurus 1993 ( Replica-Saurus, by Schleich)

4.6 (7 votes)

To help set the mood, lets take a moment and imagine ourselves walking among the fern covered floodplains in the late Jurassic.  A muddy stream meanders and snakes across the landscape. There are green spreading fronds of tree ferns, along with cycads and gingkoes. There are numerous tall conifers. 

Review: Camarasaurus (Dinotales Series 7, by Kaiyodo)

4.9 (8 votes)
Review and photos by DinoLord
Camarasaurus was the most common sauropod in the Morrison Formation, which is mainly distributed in present day Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah. Many different fossils have been found, including some complete and even fully articulated specimens, so it is surprising that this dinosaur isn’t made more often in toy form.

Review: Camarasaurus (Jurassic Hunters by Geoworld)

2.6 (5 votes)

When designing a figure, it is a chance for a designer to be creative, come up with new ideas of what they could have looked like, using the fossil evidence and their imagination. Or you could simply plagiarise, which seems to often be Geoworld’s choice. This review looks to one of their figures from the second expedition, Camarasaurus, a Sauropod from the late Jurassic.

Review: Camarasaurus (Kaiyodo Dinoland Natural History)

4.5 (8 votes)

Review and photos by Bokisaurus

Part 2 of Kaiyodo Dinoland Natural History review series

A long time ago, I traveled back in time. Well, not exactly, more like a road trip through time to some of the most scenic and fossil rich place in the America west.In this trip I visited the Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado and Utah.

Review: Camarasaurus (The Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd.)

4.4 (16 votes)
The Late Jurassic landscape of North America would not have been complete without its most abundant sauropod resident, Camarasaurus. Meaning “chambered lizard” due to its chambered vertebrae, Camarasaurus was among the earliest sauropod genera to be described in detail, likely due to the fact that its discovery occurred right in the middle of the famous “Bone Wars” between American paleontologists Edward D.

Review: Camarasaurus (Tip Toi by Ravensburger)

3.8 (4 votes)
A TipToi is an orange electronic device by German company Ravensburger that looks like a gigantic pen. With its rays it scans micropatterns on fields triggering certain sound sequences the pencil reveals. Each program has to be loaded directly into the pen via USB link from the internet.

Review: Camarasaurus (Waiphoon)

3.6 (5 votes)
The well known and abundant late Jurassic sauropod, Camarasaurus, is seldom counted as a favorite among dinosaur enthusiasts. True, it’s not the largest or most elegant example of the group. In fact, looking at the skeletal elements and the skull especially, it might be tempting to call this dinosaur ugly.
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