Dinosaur Figurines

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Robo Alive Lizard Red
Robo Alive Lizard Red
Flick the switch on this lizard and its hind legs will spring to life, sprinting forward at a rapid pace just like a real reptile. Catch up to the lizard and tilt its head upwards to pause the action, allowing you to pick it up by its lifelike rubber tail. Requires 2 x AA batteries (not included). Lizard meadures 35cm. Age recommendation 2 years+.
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£14.99
Robo Alive Snake Green
Robo Alive Snake Green
Lifelike robotic snake toy with realistic moving parts. Flick the switch on its head and the toy springs to life, with its segmented body slithering along the floor just like a snake.. As it moves the snake's tongue flickers and its eyes move. Requires 2 x AAA batteries (not included). The Snake measures 38cm. Age recommendation 2 years+.
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£14.99

Schleich Dinosaurs Pteranodon Figure
Schleich Dinosaurs Pteranodon Figure
The Pteranodon was one of the largest pterosaurs in the Cretaceous period. . It probably didn't flap its wings very often, but instead took advantage of the wind to glide through the air. Ideal for Dinosaurs fans. Collect all Schleich Dino-family!
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£9.99
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex
Tyrannosaurus rex The 13-metre-long Tyrannosaurus rex was a two-legged predator and an absolutely imposing sight, with its massive skull and nearly 20-centimetre-long teeth. The Tyrannosaurus rex looked very menacing, but was hardly capable of using it short front legs equipped with two claws, as they could not even reach its mouth. At nearly seven metres in height and thirteen metres long, the Tyrannosaurus rex was probably not a particularly good hunter, but rather a scavenger that fed on what other animals left behind. It had over fifty teeth, measuring over 15 cm in length, but it didn't use them to chew, but to tear, swallowing its food in large pieces. In order to better perceive depths while hunting for food, the eyes of the Tyrannosaurus rex were pointed forwards, allowing the field of vision of its eyes to overlap. Fun fact If this mighty predator lost one of its dagger-like teeth, it grew back within a few weeks.
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£15.99

Utahraptor Schleich Figurine
Utahraptor Schleich Figurine
Own your very own hand painted Utahraptor with moving wings and a powerful articulated lower jaw. Not only were you at threat on land, but vicious dinosaurs could attack from the sky at any point too! The Utahraptor was one of the most violent of these flying dinosaurs and a great addition to your Schleich collection.
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£9.99
Kentrosaurus Schleich Figurine
Kentrosaurus Schleich Figurine
This hand finished Kentrosaurus figure from Schleich is a vital part of your dinosaur collection! The Kentrosaurus was a smaller Stegosaurus with a length of 5 metres. It had plates and spines arranged in pairs on its back, which probably served to ward off enemies or were used in courtship.
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£11.99

Schleich Dinosaurs Therizinosaurus Juvenile Figure
Schleich Dinosaurs Therizinosaurus Juvenile Figure
The Therizinosaurus juvenile is a harmless herbivore but has long, razor-sharp claws. It much prefers fighting in heated battles with dinosaurs his own age. Features moveable arms! Ideal for Dinosaurs fans.
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£13.99
Robo Alive Dino Wild AmberRobo Alive Dino Wild Amber
Robo Alive Dino Wild Amber
Beware. This Dino is really alive! Zuru’s new Robo Alive Attacking T-Rex stomps and walks with real Dinosaur movement. It even bites and roars and has super realistic eyes that look alive. Age recommendation 2+. Batteries required (not included).
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£14.99

Tonies The Age Of Dinosaurs
Tonies The Age Of Dinosaurs
The Earth was once ruled by colossal dinosaurs. Whilst giant sauropods were harmless herbivores and peacefully fed on plants, other dinosaur species like Tyrannosaurus rex were ferocious predators. Yet, no matter how powerful those enormous reptiles may have been, their mighty reign was terminated forever by an enormous catastrophe. Not suitable for children under 36 months. Toniebox required for use. Wi-Fi connection required for initial setup.
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£14.99
Schleich Dimetrodon Dinosaur Figure
Schleich Dimetrodon Dinosaur Figure
The Dimetrodon is often referred to as a dinosaur. However, it is a primeval reptile, a so-called Pelycosaurus. The sail on its back was made of skin and bones, helping it to warm itself quicker in the sun. If it wanted to cool down, it positioned the sail parallel to the sun's rays.
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£9.99

Schleich Dimorphodon Dinosaur Figure
Schleich Dimorphodon Dinosaur Figure
The Dimorphodon was a small flying dinosaur with a large skull and a long beak. It hunted fish, insects, lizards and other vertebrates, which it held with its claws and then ripped apart with its fangs.
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£6.99
Schleich Gigantosaurus Dinosaur Figure
Schleich Gigantosaurus Dinosaur Figure
The Giganotosaurus looks very similar to the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Both were dreaded hunters, had very short arms, moved on two legs and had a big skull. However, the Giganotosaurus lived much earlier and was at home in North America, while the Tyrannosaurus Rex lived in South America.
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£15.99

Schleich Spinosaurus Dinosaur Figure
Schleich Spinosaurus Dinosaur Figure
The Spinosaurus was one of the most dangerous dinosaurs. It is considered the biggest carnivore because it was even bigger than the Tyrannosaurus rex and the Giganotosaurus! It can be easily distinguished from the other two dinosaurs by the spiny sail on its back and its crocodile-like snout.
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£15.99
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex Juvenile
Schleich Tyrannosaurus Rex Juvenile
Playing? For the T.rex juvenile that means fighting dinosaurs his own age! Who's stronger? Researchers have discovered that the prehistoric lizards fought fierce fights amongst one another as early as age 10-12. At this age they were only half the size of a fully grown T.rex - but twice as daring!
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£13.99