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Birdsage

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PostSubject: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyMon 8 Mar 2021 - 6:56

Mammals:
Bighorn Sheep Ram (gray version)
Dall Sheep
Cougars (any)
Grizzly Bear (fishing)
Malayan Porcupine

Birds:
Small Ducks: Green-winged Teal (marked Blue-winged Teal), Blue-winged Teal (marked Loon), Hooded Merganser, Northern Pintail (marked Pintail Pilet)
Large Ducks: Common Goldeneye, Black Duck, Cackling Goose (Southern Pintail)
Flying Birds: Iceland Gull (marked Seagull), Lesser Flamingo (marked Flamingo
Perched Birds: Rough-legged Hawk (marked Hawk), Amazon Parrot
Sitting Exotic Birds: Hyacinth Macaw

Turtles:
Big-headed Turtle (small version) (marked Snapping Turtle)
Blanding’s Turtle (marked Blanding Turtle)
Wood Turtle
Black-breasted Leaf Turtle (marked Notched Turtle)
Keeled Box Turtle (marked Notched Turtle)
Desert Tortoise (marked Jumbo Tortoise)

Lizards:
Common House Gecko
Chinese Water Dragon (small version) (marked Iguana)
Armadillo Girdled Lizard? (marked Spiny Lizard)
Uromastyx (marked Spiny-tailed Iguanid)
Spiny-tailed Skink

Fish:
Bluegill
Chinook Salmon (Baby)
Arctic Cod (marked Salmon Baby)
Bottom Feeders: Barreleye (marked Lantern Fish), Wolftrap Angler (marked Dangle Fish)

I’d especially like the lizards, ducks, and the bluegill and cod.


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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyMon 8 Mar 2021 - 8:25

Are there small versions of the lizards?

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyMon 8 Mar 2021 - 8:26

Only the iguana and monitor lizards have multiple sizes.
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyWed 10 Mar 2021 - 13:08

I'd love to get my hands on the AAA Beaver. I would also like ducks, if possible. And lifesize lizards are welcome as well. I already have the Blue-Tonged Australian lizard, but it is the only one I have of this particular series.
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyWed 10 Mar 2021 - 23:04

Birdsage wrote:
Only the iguana and monitor lizards have multiple sizes.

Thank you, also really smaller sizes like the ducks?

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyThu 11 Mar 2021 - 11:43

I mean out of the lizards. As far as the other animals go, many of them do come in multiple sizes and poses. All of the waterfowl ‘technically’ have large and small versions, but some of the large ducks are modeled and painted as different species from their small counterparts . The large version of the Northern Pintail is painted and shaped as a Cackling Goose (based on the head shape) despite being marked as a pintail, and the large version of the Hooded Merganser is a Bufflehead (ironically smaller in real life than the merganser).
As for mammals, there are almost always juveniles and (often both male and female) adults for every species made all in several different poses.
AAA’s octopuses, sharks, and rays came in several sizes.
And in the case of AAA’s ray-finned fishes, there are just one size of each except for the Chinook salmon which has 3 sizes technically: a large adult and two different juvenile/smaller-scale ones. One of the juveniles is actually modeled after a Gadidae (possibly Arctic cod) though, so perhaps a more correct answer is 2.
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyThu 11 Mar 2021 - 11:54

Birdsage wrote:
I mean out of the lizards. As far as the other animals go, many of them do come in multiple sizes and poses. All of the waterfowl ‘technically’ have large and small versions, but some of the large ducks are modeled and painted as different species from their small counterparts . The large version of the Northern Pintail is painted and shaped as a Cackling Goose (based on the head shape) despite being marked as a pintail, and the large version of the Hooded Merganser is a Bufflehead (ironically smaller in real life than the merganser).
As for mammals, there are almost always juveniles and (often both male and female) adults for every species made all in several different poses.
AAA’s octopuses, sharks, and rays came in several sizes.
And in the case of AAA’s ray-finned fishes, there are just one size of each except for the Chinook salmon which has 3 sizes technically: a large adult and two different juvenile/smaller-scale ones. One of the juveniles is actually modeled after a Gadidae (possibly Arctic cod) though, so perhaps a more correct answer is 2.

Thanks, it is very important information study study study study study

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyThu 11 Mar 2021 - 12:47

Birdsage wrote:
I mean out of the lizards. As far as the other animals go, many of them do come in multiple sizes and poses. All of the waterfowl ‘technically’ have large and small versions, but some of the large ducks are modeled and painted as different species from their small counterparts . The large version of the Northern Pintail is painted and shaped as a Cackling Goose (based on the head shape) despite being marked as a pintail, and the large version of the Hooded Merganser is a Bufflehead (ironically smaller in real life than the merganser).
As for mammals, there are almost always juveniles and (often both male and female) adults for every species made all in several different poses.
AAA’s octopuses, sharks, and rays came in several sizes.
And in the case of AAA’s ray-finned fishes, there are just one size of each except for the Chinook salmon which has 3 sizes technically: a large adult and two different juvenile/smaller-scale ones. One of the juveniles is actually modeled after a Gadidae (possibly Arctic cod) though, so perhaps a more correct answer is 2.

All the others i know , so i misunderstood only that with the multiple sizes of the monitors.

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyThu 11 Mar 2021 - 12:48

There are multiple sizes of Russian tortoises and big-headed turtles, too.
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyThu 11 Mar 2021 - 12:49

So, can you help me find some of these figures?
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyThu 11 Mar 2021 - 23:56

The only thing that I can do is looking.

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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyWed 7 Dec 2022 - 22:43

Birdsage wrote:
Only the iguana and monitor lizards have multiple sizes.

not true, the geckos have multiple sizes and as do the pythons.
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PostSubject: Re: AAA Wishlist   AAA Wishlist EmptyFri 9 Dec 2022 - 0:48

Robbinator47 wrote:
Birdsage wrote:
Only the iguana and monitor lizards have multiple sizes.

not true, the geckos have multiple sizes and as do the pythons.

Welcome here.

Do you have a pic of these geckos, especially in a small size?

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