Pointing at an image and insisting that something looks similar somehow automatically means its the same thing isn't proof.
Proof is finding an actual behind the scenes source on the making on the coke commercial that outright states they used a Gorosaurus figure,statue/whatever
Besides I don't even think that model you keep insisting on is even meant to be a retail item and doesn't even look to be the same thing anatomically, even if it was modified so how would coke even obtain it if it isn't for sell?
The 'model I keep insiting on' is a Kaiyodo Gorosaurus, one of the most mass produced gorosaurus merch of the mid 90s to 2000. And it LOOKS exactly the same. Can't believe I have to make a stupid chart for you. And yes, it was for sale. And was the cheapest Gorosaurus merch, again, from the mid 90s to 2000.
And if it's not the Kaiyodo Gorosaurus, guess what. He wasn't the only one on the market.
"How could they obtain it if it wasn't for sell"
Same way Seth Green obtains the unobtainable action figures to butcher and make into stop motion puppets for Robot Chicken.
You literally ignored that part of no behind the scenes sources even confirm this you to me it seems you are getting angry that you are not getting your way and that no one isnt kowtowing to Your demands.
No, I'm getting angry cause you're not seeing the damn same figure. And you attack me out of the blue cause I pointed it out. Lord forbid I point out something. We done here? The Gorosaurus looking dinosaur has been on the page since what, last year, I don't know why you suddenly jumped down my throat cause I pointed this out. Obviously, if it was kept on the page since it was pointed out, gee, there must be some merit to it?
The trivia on the Gorosaurus page just says the Coke dinosaur "strongly resembles" him, it doesn't claim it to be an altered Gorosaurus figure (which there isn't any sure proof of). This didn't need to blow up the way it did, but the bottom line is that we can't mention it unless we know for sure. Observation is not sufficient.