Who makes it? CollectA as part of their Deluxe prehistoric line. Item number 88816 When did it come out? 2018 Here it is, the CollectA Estemmenosuchus! In all of it’s weird, awkward glory! Still available? It just came out–I hope so! Access to CollectA products varies wildly in different parts of the world. I got […]
Who makes it? Bandai, as part of a World Natural Animals capsule series of African animals. Most were paired mother & young, or a family trio. The hyena set is two adults; the pictured one is the standing adult (the other one is sitting in a decidedly not-hyena like pose). They don’t give product numbers […]
Who makes it? Schleich, as part of their African animals back when they were a larger part of my collection, if not my outright main company. This version lightened up the paint job to more brown than orange. It was released using product number 14347. The Schleich hyena, paint job #2 When did it come […]
Who makes it? Safari Ltd as part of their Prehistoric World series (formerly WS Dinosaurs & Prehistoric Life, previously WS Dinos). Item number is 304229 The Wild Safari Psittacosaurus When did it come out? Last year 2018 Still available? Pretty sure yes. Where can it be found in my displays? The upper glass cabinets 0BESTA-TOP […]
FaunaFigures is changing. We won’t be carrying everything we used to, but we’ll hopefully be doing some different things soon. Find out more!
FaunaFigures Fishes are back with a new species–Polypterus ornatipinnis! And answering the question, why bichirs?
Replica Toy Fish company is no more…but they’ve started a new line of fish figures called Toy Fish Factory! And they are just as great!
I became a shark fanatic. I hunted down any other book I could find–there wasn’t much. I wanted to see live sharks (hard to do on the Canadian prairies). I wanted everything to have sharks on them (a rarity in those days). And I watched whatever I could that had sharks in them.
Released in 2014 as part of their Incredible Creatures series, Safari released what may be a very long overdue figure–a piranha. This is especially surprising given how this fish is very well-known to aquarium keepers, fish and river enthusiasts, and horror and adventure story fans. And of course viewers of the show River Monsters, where […]
First off, I want to say thank you and hello to everyone who has come by the site and liked FaunaFigures on Facebook. It’s been just over a year now, and it’s great to see the response. It is also motivating me to try and incorporate more content and posts to give you all reasons […]