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Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Nordic Ver. Deluxe 1:11 (Rebor)

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Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Nordic Ver. Deluxe 1:11 (Rebor)
Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Nordic Ver. Deluxe 1:11 (Rebor)
Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Nordic Ver. Deluxe 1:11 (Rebor)
Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Nordic Ver. Deluxe 1:11 (Rebor)
Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Nordic Ver. Deluxe 1:11 (Rebor)
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Dir Wolf model with three interchangable heads. One head has open jaw and exposes razor sharp teeth. Other head features growling mouth with teeth bared, and lastly mouth closed.

REBOR Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" measures: 7" L  x 3.5" T

REBOR Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" Review:

Figure includes three interchangable heads. Depending on your mood, you can insert the head with either the mouth roaring, growling or closed. In either case, the prominent teeth are on full display. All three heads are beautifully sculpted. The roaring mouth is our favorite as the all the teeth are well done inside a well shaped and painted mouth.

The body is equally well done. Hair / fur texture is adequetly rough and the paint base and gradients are well applied. Paints are well blended. Even the bottom of the feet are well sculpted. Overall model is great!!

Aenocyon dirus (Dire Wolf) Information:

The Dire Wolf, scientifically known as Aenocyon dirus, was a species of large carnivorous mammal that lived in North and South America during the Pleistocene epoch. Here are some key points about the Dire Wolf:

  1. Taxonomy: The Dire Wolf belongs to the genus Canis, which includes modern-day wolves, coyotes, and domestic dogs. Its scientific name, Aenocyon dirus, reflects its classification as a distinct species within the Canidae family.

  2. Physical Characteristics: Dire Wolves were larger and more robust than their modern relatives, with an average weight of around 50 to 80 kilograms (110 to 175 pounds). They stood about 0.8 to 0.9 meters (2.6 to 3 feet) tall at the shoulder. Their appearance was similar to that of modern gray wolves, but with some differences in skull structure and dental features.

  3. Habitat: Dire Wolves inhabited various habitats, including grasslands, forests, and savannas across North and South America. Fossil evidence suggests they were particularly common in what is now the southwestern United States.

  4. Diet: Dire Wolves were apex predators and primarily carnivorous. Their diet likely consisted of large herbivores such as bison, horses, and ground sloths, as well as smaller mammals like deer and rodents.

  5. Extinction: Dire Wolves, along with many other large mammals of the Pleistocene, became extinct around 10,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age. The exact reasons for their extinction are not fully understood but are thought to be related to a combination of climate change, habitat loss, competition with other predators, and human hunting activities.

  6. Cultural Significance: Dire Wolves have captured the public imagination and are often featured in popular culture, including literature, films, and television series. They are also depicted in ancient Native American art and folklore.

  7. Fossil Record: Dire Wolf fossils have been found in various parts of North and South America, with some of the most extensive fossil deposits discovered in the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, California.

  8. Relationship with Humans: There is evidence to suggest that Dire Wolves occasionally scavenged from human settlements during prehistoric times. However, they were not domesticated like modern dogs and did not play a direct role in human societies.

Scientific reconstruction sculpture for display. NOT A TOY.

Hand Painted. Durable synthetic resin

Product Code: REBOR 161113

by Rebor

Note: Due to the long distance shipping, many of the Rebor boxes are dinged / dented. Product is guaranteed to be free from defects inside the box. If you require a "pristine" box for collection purposes, email us when you place your order and we will do our absolute best to accommodate your request.

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REBOR - Aenocyon dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf) "Havallagata" #161113

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

14+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

Customer Reviews

1 review

  • 5

    Aenoyon Dirus (Fantasy Dire Wolf )

    Posted by John E. Scruggs on 18th Mar 2024

    It would make no sense for me not to like this one and like the other Dire Wolf more, which is crazy. I really like this piece about the same, if not more. I highly recommend this to any collector. I feel they won't be sorry