All Muttaburrasaurus reviews

Muttaburrasaurus (Collecta)

Photographs by Suspsy Muttaburrasaurus was an iguanodontid ornithopod from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia. It was seven metres long and its hallmark was a domed snout. Scientists suggest that Muttaburrasaurus had enlarged nasal caves, some even think that it had inflatable sacs for courtship displays or sounds. There are not many Muttaburrasaurus figures out there. …

Muttaburrasaurus (Invicta)

Review and photos by Marc Vincent aka Horridus One of the more recent of Invicta’s dinosaurs, this Muttaburrasaurus dates from 1989. This model is often overlooked when compared with others in the range, especially the younger Lambeosaurus, but it demonstrates perfectly how far Invicta’s dinosaur designs had progressed, making their untimely demise all the more …

Muttaburrasaurus (Lost Kingdoms Series A by Yowie)

Of the various dinosaur clades, one of the most successful all were the Iguanodontids. Found on most continents in vast numbers, often found in large numbers and well articulated in terms of fossils. One of the most complete species in Australia is one of said clade, Muttaburrasaurus. Naturally, such a species would get picked up …