A leading manufacturer and distributor of authentic replica collectibles, Wild Safari offers the largest variety replica sizes and themes on the market. Based in the US, Wild Safari’s expert sculptors research the anatomy of the replicated animals to ensure accurate details. From its start in 1980 Safari Ltd. has been committed to educating children about both the Earth and the life that inhabits it. One of their many techniques for educating children is including educational information about each dinosaur in five different languages including English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. Due to their commitment to producing authentic and accurate models, Wild Safari has partnered with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh since 1986 to produce one of the world’s premier lines of model toys. With the Carnegie Dinosaur on their resume, it’s hard to beat the quality and accuracy of Wild Safari. Beyond just the Carnegie Collection, Wild Safari produces their own line of dinosaur replicas. This line features over 30 dinosaur toy models. The most recent 2011 additions to the line include a Kaprosuchus Dinosaur Model and a Inostrancevia Dinosaur Model.
Wild Safari always keeps the customer’s best interest in mind, especially when it comes to safety. For the past 25 years the company works primarily with two factories in order to maintain strict control of the vendors that supply their toy making materials, including their paint suppliers. Each Wild Safari product is thoroughly tested to ensure it meets the safety rating of the country it is being shipped to. Their product line is entirely free of phthalates, a softening agent added to PVC that is potentially harmful to children.
Beyond just a toy company, Wild Safari supports global efforts in conservation, animal protection, and ecological business practices. They support a variety of organizations including the Big Cat Rescue, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, Humane Society of Greater Miami Adopt-A-Pet, New York Cares, Marine Mammal Center, The Nature Conservancy, National Eagle Center, and the Sierra Club.