I love adding new sauropods to my display and diplodocus’ are always a great addition as they’re the longest of the long-necks. Wild Safari’s latest offering captures this aspect of the creature (love the curly tail) and also drew me in further via a striking teal/turquoise color scheme.
This diplodocus also has some great texture and details,…right down to its tiny, little head.
If you’d like to see how this model stacks up with the sauropods, here’s a shot of it amongst my ever-growing herd…
Here’s another comparison shot with the Carnegie Diplodocus…
Let’s break it down…
GENERAL APPEARANCE: Striking color choice and I love the curly tail! Also great texture and scale bumps.
SIZE: At 18 inches long, it’s definitely the right size for a Diplodocus model. Dimensions are 18x6x3!
SCIENTIFIC ACCURACY: About as good as it gets! Not too bulky and the spike claw on front feet.
DISPLAY OR DIORAMA WORTHY? Definitely! Although it the neck and tail were bendable, you could make yourself a more diverse herd!