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Here is a selection of new products released in 2020 and 2021 from Schleich’s ‘Dinosaurs’ range.
The Schleich DINOSAURS Jetpack is popular with the Colby Brothers, especially because it’s so fast and maneuverable. Maxx Colby uses it a lot because he wants to find out how fast a flying dinosaur is. That’s why he races with the Tupuxuara. He always has his staff weapon with him just in case!
The helicopter from Schleich DINOSAURS Attack from the Air is perfect for following and catching dinosaurs from the air. Dino researcher Luis specially developed a tranquilizer cannon to be attached to the helicopter. Luis takes to the air to take a round flight in his helicopter. But be careful! A large Tapejara isn’t at all pleased to find the helicopter has entered its territory, and immediately takes chase. Luis skillfully uses the control stick to make a fast 180 degree turn. The Tapejara tries to swerve but Luis activates the tranquilizer dart and net perfectly. The dinosaur is caught and can be easily carried with the winch on the helicopter.
The Brontosaurus from Schleich DINOSAURS has a long tail, an enormous body and a narrow neck. The dinosaur grew to around 15 tons and 22 m. While skeletons of the Brontosaurus have been found, scientists have never found a skull. It probably had a small head similar to the Apatosaurus. The name Brontosaurus means “thunder lizard.” Scientists used to believe that the dinosaur snapped its tail like a whip
The Ceratosaurus from Schleich DINOSAURS was a carnivorous dinosaur that lived around 150 million years ago in the Late Jurassic period. Two bumps at the eyes and a large horn on the nose were made of bone. They were used either in combat or to deter rivals. On its back were also numerous spike-like bones. The many bumps and plates gave it its name: Ceratosaurus means “horned lizard.”
The Pachycephalosaurus from Schleich DINOSAURS is the largest beaked, herbivorous dinosaur ever discovered. It grew to around 4-5 m in length, 450 kg, moved on two legs and lived in the Late Cretaceous period in North America. Its strong domed skull was 20-25 cm thick. Scientists believe that it used the skull to ram or impress rivals. Pachycephalosaurus means “thick-headed lizard.”
Can Flynn protect Steggy the little stegosaurus from the dangerous T-Rex? Wild dinos are quickly subdued with the pole-arm. Discover all of the Schleich DINOSAURS world and the exciting adventures of the Colby brothers at www.toysandlearning.co.uk.
The Kaprosuchus from Schleich DINOSAURS was named after its teeth and head shape: its name means “boar crocodile.” The animal lived in the Late Cretaceous period, probably primarily on land where it hunted small animals. So far only one skull of the animal has been found in the Sahara, so scientists can only guess at its actual appearance. It’s estimated that the dinosaur was around 6 m long.
TEAM DINO, consisting of the 3 Colby brothers MAXX, LUIS and FLYNN, is on its way to uncovering the secrets! MAXX, the ringleader, has lots to do at the Large dino research station from Schleich Dinosaurs. In addition to the command center, the station also has a viewing platform with swiveling tranquilizer dart gun and a crane. Underneath there is a quarantine room for newly captured dinos. The first examinations can be made here right away, and then the dinosaurs can be released into the enclosure through the trapdoor. Oh no! The velociraptor escaped! Can MAXX catch it again with his pole-arm? The playset contains lots of accessories and 2 cool painted dinos. Discover all of the Schleich® Dinosaurs world and the exciting adventures of the Colby brothers at www.schleich-dinosaurs.com.
Specially developed fence elements in the Schleich DINOSAURS Extend-A-Fence set mean that the fences can be directly connected with those of the Large Dino Research Station (item no.: 41462). This means that the dinosaur enclosure can be extended to house more dinosaurs
The Dart Set from Schleich DINOSAURS contains five extremely effective tranquilizer darts that can even incapacitate a T-Rex within a second.
The movable jaw of the Mosasaurus from Schleich DINOSAURS contains many pointy teeth. When hunting prey such as fish or turtles, the dinosaur opened its mouth very wide and bit down powerfully. The shape of its teeth means that it probably didn’t chew, and simply swallowed. As an adaptation to the habitat, its front and hind legs transformed into fins. It also had a fin on the end of its tail.