Toys toys toys
We begin with an assortment of crocodilians. There are a couple of gems here: the large stripey long-jawed animal is a toy False gharial, and on the rock at the right you might be able to see a toy metriorhynchid (and if you want to know what metriorhynchids are go here). The big chunky animal at middle-bottom is the Safari Deinosuchus, which could be one of the coolest toy animals of all time. Unfortunately it's just dull, but by that I don't mean to diss Deinosuchus of course.
Some dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals, including the Safari Smilodon at bottom left. The infamous 'jazz piano player' Dilophosaurus is also at bottom left. The sauropod with the neck grey at the back is a customised version of the Invicta Mamenchisaurus.
An assemblage of ceratopsians. Most of them are pretty poor, but I do like the giant Psittacosaurus at far left. Note also Battat's excellent Triceratops at middle, and the AAA Einiosaurus to its right.
And here are some stegosaurs (and a Scelidosaurus in the midde). The Kentrosaurus at far left isn't too bad. Behind it is the green Jurassic Park Stegosaurus. The Battat Stegosaurus ungulatus - equipped with eight horizontally-aligned tail spikes (a configuration now known to be incorrect) - is the best piece. It's brown and orange with red plates and in the foreground on the left. Note that the boxed stegosaur at far right is a blatant rip-off of this model.
Various toys on a windowsill. There are a few goodies here: Earl and Baby Sinclair (from the Jim Hensen TV series) at far right, the AAA elephant seal at extreme right, the Safari salamanders at left, and even Rhodan and Godzilla.
A few of my favourites, representing animals that you don't see in toy form very often. Red panda and three-toed sloth at left, Tanystropheus and Moschops at right, also Procynosuchus and Sphenodon. Assorted viverrids and mustelids at front left, duck-billed platypus in middle (cuscus behind it). I have a large toy platypus also (you can see it here in the middle of the image). The brown animal to the right of the platypus is a rhynchosaur. Yes, a toy rhynchosaur. Experienced collectors will note that some of these pieces (and those in other photos) are yowies, and if you don't know what yowies are (the toys, not the cryptids) it's time you found out.
More assorted creatures. The lemurs and other primates at far right are among the best here: there's an aye-aye, a sifaka, indri and others.