Base: 50mm round
Material: pure, unfilled resin
Model is unassembled and unpainted. Intended for ages 14+.
When assembling, only use cyanoacrylate glue (medium viscosity, for best results) as other glues may damage the material.
The Experiments Continue
In light of last year’s escaped Canuckmera, the mad scientists at Creature Caster headquarters have once again collaborated with hundreds of devoted backers from around the world… But this time, to bring life to a creature from a land made famous by its dangerous and deadly wildlife. This new amalgamation was born of the DNA of some of Australia’s most infamous creatures.
The primary DNA of the kangaroo…
Legs built for kicking, with long vicious claws for ripping and tearing. Its powerful legs and tail give the Ausmera incredible speed and strength, making it nearly impossible to outrun them. Don’t let it get too close, or you’ll find yourself acquainted with your own intestines – those rear claws are shredding machines.
The secondary DNA of a cassowary…
All of the pure aggression of a modern-day dinosaur. This avian’s DNA brings you a creature that fears nothing and attacks anything that enters its territory.
And a koala…
Though deceptively cute and fluffy, koalas are equipped with a sharp pair of teeth. Watch out for this head – with one of the smallest brains of any mammal, it has been known to mistake even its own children as a threat.
And even a smidge of arachnid.
To top it all off, this beast is poisonous. This one was a bit of a happy accident. A spider had found its way inside of our kangaroo specimen’s pouch, and the DNA was mixed into the batch during amalgamation.