All Baryonyx Reviews

Baryonyx (2019)(Deluxe by CollectA)

4.3 (8 votes)

Review and photographs by Patrx

To me, Baryonyx is the quintessential British dinosaur. Perhaps a more classic taxon like Iguanodon or Megalosaurus really deserves the top spot, but there’s something about Baryonyx that stands out in my mind as inescapably British, and I think this is very likely to do with the fact that, for a long time, the best Baryonyx toy available was the classic monochrome rendition produced by Invicta Plastics for the British Museum.

Baryonyx (Age of the Dinosaurs by PNSO)

3.7 (14 votes)

It’s been a long and frustrating morning for Burton. It began with him failing to catch a pterosaur sitting on its nest. Next he snagged a large shark only for it to bite him painfully on the snout and escape. After that, he managed to come across a fresh nodosaur carcass, but was then chased away by an allosaur pack—and received another bite on his tail to boot!

Baryonyx (Carnegie Collection by Safari Ltd)

2.6 (11 votes)
Baryonyx figures have a tendency to be produced in a quadropedal posture. This is most notable in the Schleich version (reviewed here) and the Invicta version (reviewed here), and is almost the case in this Carnegie Collection version by Safari Ltd. I say “almost” because only one hand contacts the ground, while the other one is marginally lifted.

Baryonyx (CollectA standard figure)

4 (8 votes)

Review and photos by Bokisaurus

One of the most famous dinosaurs from Europe, Baryonyx ( Baryonyx walkeri), has seen its fame continues to rise through the decades, and will continue no doubt. It even made an appearance in the hugely successful Jurassic park franchise, a testament to its fame.

Baryonyx, means “heavy claw”, is a genus of Spinosaurus from the Early Cretaceous of England.The holotype is one of the most complete theropod skeletons ever found and is often used to guide scientist when restoring other less complete members of the Spinosaurus clan.I think there is enough review of this species on the blog that covers some of its fascinating history, so I will be skipping most of that and instead focus on the figure.

Baryonyx (CollectA)

1.2 (9 votes)
In 1983, an English plumber and amateur fossil hunter named William Walker was digging in a clay quarry near Dorking, south of London. He picked up a large piece of rock, hit it with his hammer, and out fell an enormous claw! But when Walker got home, he realized that the very tip of the claw had broken off.

Baryonyx (Deluxe by CollectA)

1.7 (9 votes)
Review and photos by PhilSauria, edited by Suspsy
While there is no shortage of Baryonyx figures available if you are looking to add one to your collection, this guy and most of his relatives tend to be overshadowed by the species that gave their family its name: Spinosaurus. That was an unusual dinosaur that would have attracted attention anyhow, but really had its profile raised thanks to its appearance in a certain movie franchise.

Baryonyx (Dinosauria by Wild Republic)

1.8 (6 votes)
Wild Republic (or K&M International) have collaborated with the Natural History Museum in London to release a line of small, cheap plastic dinosaur toys with the tagline “When dinosaurs ruled the earth”, which I feel could do with an exclamation mark – mainly because it reminds me of a cheesy old Hammer flick (there was also a little tribute in…that movie).

Baryonyx (Favorite Co. Ltd.)

4.6 (5 votes)

Review and images by PhilSauria, edited by Suspsy

Over the last few years, and probably earlier, there have been multiple versions of the same species across the annual releases by the various brands. This year (well, mostly 2018), that dubious honour has gone to Baryonyx, being the recipient of figures from Favorite, Mattel, Mojo, and CollectA.

Baryonyx (Hammond Collection by Mattel)

3.8 (13 votes)

Before we get on with the review, let’s all have a moment of silence for the now extinct Amber Collection. Honestly, I always had my reservations about the Amber Collection and never bothered to get invested in it. I always thought that Mattel should stick with the 3.75” line, and that it was unlikely that anything larger than a Velociraptor would ever be seen in a 6” line.

Baryonyx (Jurassic Park: Series 2 by Kenner)

1.7 (6 votes)

Review and photos by EmperorDinobot, edited by Suspsy

Hello, everybody and welcome to another review by yours truly. Today we’re going to be talking about the legendary (and ugly) Series 2 Jurassic Park Baryonyx, nicknamed “Snapper” by InGen staff. We’re going to be looking over its colors, playability, and whether it warrants the high price it often goes for, so let’s just get into it!

Baryonyx (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Mini Action Dinos, by Mattel)

2.4 (5 votes)
Review and photos by Takama, edited by Dinotoyblog
With Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom now available on home media, I decided to review another mini dinosaur from the film’s toy line. This time it’s Baryonyx, a dinosaur I grew to like thanks to its big screen debut in the movie.

Baryonyx (Mojo Fun)

2.2 (5 votes)

Baryonyx walkeri is a well known dinosaur in this community so I don’t think it needs an introduction. When it comes to replicas there are more than enough to choose from. However, all of these toys differ in quality, with the best ones either being hard to obtain, or simply out of date.

Baryonyx (Papo)

Papo Baryonyx profile

2.7 (12 votes)
Even for a company who apparently stumble upon scientific fidelity only by accident, Papo have made great strides towards more accurate prehistoric animal figures over the last few years, to the point where they’re even releasing a feathered Velociraptor (which shouldn’t be half as remarkable as it is). However, their Big Beast this year comes in the form of a certain spinosaur, first found in the UK and immortalised in plastic a number of times already.
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