Statue Mosasaurus – Jurassic World – Icons – Iron Studios
While they were testing a prototype iron analyzer, InGen researchers found fragments of DNA in a recently discovered species. Believing that the only way to recreate aquatic organisms without extracting blood from mosquitoes trapped in amber would be through a prototype parser, Dr. Henry Wu successfully managed to recreate an aquatic giant with a bite force bigger than a T-Rex. Living in a pool with 3 million gallons of water in the dinosaur park Jurassic World, where visitors could see him feed on sharks in a sort of aquatic show, or through an aquarium underneath the lagoon known as Underwater Observatory, Iron Studios bring to fans and collectors the chance to introduce it into your collection with the statue “Mosasaurus – Jurassic World – Icons”, revealing this pre-historic titan of the seas in all its magnitude, emerging above the waves and capturing with its gigantic jaws one of its favorite preys, a giant white shark.
Icons is the newest Iron Studios line, composed of statues of the most famous dinosaurs from Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, in miniatures over stylized pedestals with the movie logo, thoroughly presenting the same realistic details in their anatomy and painting as seen in their larger-scale statues. A new collection that shall add even more collectors, bringing an affordable, cost-effective format, both in price and in physical space, impressing with their richness in detail and standard of quality and excellence, which are trademarks of Iron Studios.
One of the most requested dinosaurs by fans and collectors gets for the first time its portrayal by Iron Studios, over a pedestal with the logo, in a statue filled with details and textures that impeccably presents this fantastic creature such as in its impressive appearances in Jurassic World. The statue was presented in detail on the monthly show Inside Iron Studios Day of November on YouTube. Already available for Pre-Order, check out the other Icons statues from Jurassic Park such as Brachiosaurus, Dilophossaurus, three different versions of Velociraptor (A, B, and C), and from Jurassic World such as T-Rex, Compsognathus, and both versions of Velociraptor Blue.