All Tylosaurus Reviews

Review: Prehistoric Animals (Panini, review part 2)

Panini prehistoric animals and dinosaur toys

4.3 (8 votes)
In part 1 of this review we looked at 12 dinosaur toys (and one pterosaur) from Panini’s Prehistoric Animals line. In part 2 we pick up where we left off to complete the full set of 24 toys.

Figure numbers 13 to 15 are a trio of marine reptiles, and their dark blue colour works very well for aquatic animals.

Review: Prehistoric Sea Life Toob (Safari Ltd.)

4.4 (16 votes)
Review by Cordylus, photos and figure captions by Plesiosauria
This is truely a marine reptile lover’s dream come true. For years, Nothosaurus, Metriorhynchus, Basilosaurus and the like were all hard to find and expensive (if there were any to even be found) – until now.

Review: Tylosaurus (CollectA)

1.4 (19 votes)
Tylosaurus was one of the biggest and baddest mosasaurs, second only to Mosasaurus itself. Indeed, the largest mounted mosasaur skeleton in the world is the 13 metre long “Bruce,” located at the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Manitoba.

CollectA’s 2009 Tylosaurus figure measures a mere 18.5 cm long, but that’s only due to the pose it’s sculpted in.

Review: Tylosaurus (Mojö Fun)

2 (11 votes)
Very occasionally, the fossil record allows us a fascinating glimpse into interactions between various extinct animals. Take the “Talkeetna Mountains Hadrosaur” for example. Discovered in Alaska in 1994, it is a juvenile specimen that washed out to sea after its death and eventually sank to the bottom to become fossilized.

Review: Tylosaurus (Papo)

1.6 (17 votes)
Review and photos by ‘Takama’, edited by Plesiosauria [who apologises profusely to Takama for the long time it has taken to post this article – “months” wouldn’t be an overstatement].
Like it or not, Papo have created their first mosasaur and to cut to the chase: it’s a downright failure.

Review: Tylosaurus (PNSO)

4.6 (36 votes)

The vast inland sea known as the Western Interior Seaway of the Late Cretaceous split the continent that we would come to know today as North America from north to south. As the landmasses on either side were ruled by dinosaurs and other terrestrial animals, this inland sea was ruled by huge marine reptiles.

Review: Tylosaurus (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)

Safari Ltd Tylosaurus

4.3 (18 votes)

Lizards have been around about as long as dinosaurs, and during their time on Earth their family tree has produced some weird side branches. One is snakes (yes, all snakes are lizards, but not all lizards are snakes). Another is the mosasaurs, a group of large aquatic lizards that included some of the largest predators of the late Cretaceous.

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