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Fin whale (Bullyland - Sea Life).

Started by Jetoar, May 25, 2014, 11:21:00 AM

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Jetoar

Hello friends, this is the figure of Fin Whale (Balaenoptera physalus) Linnaeus, 1758 of Bullyland - Sea Life. Total lenght is 140 mm. This figure was released in 2012 and nowadays it is available. Like many large rorquals, the fin whale is a cosmopolitan species. It is found in all the world's major oceans and in waters ranging from the polar to the tropical. It is absent only from waters close to the ice pack at both the north and south extremities and relatively small areas of water away from the large oceans, such as the Red Sea and the Baltic Sea. The highest population density occurs in temperate and cool waters. It is less densely populated in the warmest, equatorial regions. It prefers deep waters beyond the continental shelf to shallow waters.













Bullyland have done a lot of figures of animals, but the quality of their figures are not too good. Currently the quality of their figures are better than the past. Nowadays, they have done figures of some obscures sepecies. This figure is a good example of a this species and great quality figure. The sculpt, details, colors and proportions are really goods. I bought this figure in a store of Tarifa ( Spain ) two weeks ago  ^-^.
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widukind


brontodocus

This is one of my favourite Bullyland figures - a species totally underrepresented in figure form (mainly because of its more famous relative, the Blue Whale) and I greatly appreciate that Bullyland (at least partially) emphasised the asymmetric colouration of a Fin Whale's head with the lower jaw being darker on the left side than on the right. :)

Jetoar

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Quote from: brontodocus on June 05, 2014, 10:33:36 PM
This is one of my favourite Bullyland figures - a species totally underrepresented in figure form (mainly because of its more famous relative, the Blue Whale) and I greatly appreciate that Bullyland (at least partially) emphasised the asymmetric colouration of a Fin Whale's head with the lower jaw being darker on the left side than on the right. :)

Yes, I think the same that you  ^-^. I dont know about of asymetric colouration, I thought that it was a mistake of the brand  ^-^.

Quote from: widukind on May 26, 2014, 07:22:51 PM
A beautieful fin whale  :) :)

Thanks friend, I glad that you like it  ^-^.
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Advicot

I received this figure two days ago. It's quite funny how it's the second biggest whale species but the model is quite small.  :)
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