All Giraffatitan Reviews

Brachiosaurus (1996, Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)

4 (5 votes)
With an excellent catalog of accurate, high quality collectibles it’s hard to believe that the Wild Safari line by Safari Ltd. once produced a range of models that were often poorly sculpted and garishly painted. And if one were to forget about the past, the old Safari Suchomimus would surely jog some memories.

Brachiosaurus (Dinotales Series 2 by Kaiyodo)

4.8 (6 votes)
Ah, Dinotales. You either love them, or you’re wrong. Although tiny, their finely-sculpted, pointy and brittle nature ensures that they are inherently unsuitable for use as toys; it also means that they combine the two desirable traits of being attractive and compact (particularly handy for the more fanatical collector who’s running out of space).

Brachiosaurus (Jurassic Park by Dakin)

2.6 (5 votes)
It’s a shame that despite four movies spanning the last 25 years we’ve never gotten a good sauropod toy in conjunction with the “Jurassic Park” franchise. No doubt this is because it would have to be an enormous toy, especially if it were in scale with the various Kenner Tyrannosaurus toys released over the years.

Giraffatitan (W-Dragon)

4.8 (5 votes)

Review and images by PhilSauria, edited by Suspsy

Dinosaur figures come in all sizes but there’s one animal that, more often than not, will get you a pretty decent-sized, if not quite often oversized piece of plastic in its representation, and that is Brachiosaurus. I say Brachiosaurus as most of them are labelled and sold as such, particularly after it became an addition to the ranks of iconic dinosaurs thanks to appearing in Jurassic Park but in hindsight, many of these may actually have qualified as an animal called Giraffatitan.

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