The Schleich Dinosaur range takes you back 60 million years when these prehistoric giants ruled the world. With over 40 different figurines, varying in shape, size, and colours, there is sure to be at least one amazing creature to satisfy and excite any child who enjoys imaginative play. Additionally there are excellent play sets like…
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Here is a selection of some products recently released from Schleich’s ‘Dinosaur’ range.
Dimensions 24.3 x 5.5 x 10 cm (W x D x H) – The Parasaurolophus dinosaur lived in what is now North America 73-77 million years ago – It is instantly recognisable from the long, narrow, backward curving crest that grew out of the back of it’s skull.
Dimensions 23.8 x 7.5 x 15.5 cm (W x D x H) – The Majungasaurus dinosaur is said to be one of the slowest, which is counteracted by it’s extreme power and strength. It lived in the Madagascar region between 66 – 70 million years ago.
Dimensions 19.3 x 4.5 x 9.3 cm (W x D x H) – The Styracosaurus was a relatively large dinosaur, with a bulky body, short stumpy legs and a surprisingly short tail. It lived in what is now North America over 75 million years ago.
Dimensions 10 x 10 x 15 cm (W x D x H) The Jetpack Chase is part of Schleich’s ‘Dinosaurs’ range. The set comes with a researcher known as Maxx Colby, a Tupuxuara dinosaur which is not available separately, a weapon, jet pack, 2 jets and a removable helmet. The jet pack can be removed and Maxx has movable arms and legs. A great gift for the dinosaur loving child in the family.
Dimensions 25 x 15 x 20 cm (W x D x H) The Air Attack forms part of Schleich’s ‘Dinosaurs’ theme world. The set comes complete with a Tapejara, helicopter, winch, cannon, net, helmet, telephone, dart, transport box and your own researcher known as Luis. The Cannons can shoot and be removed, and the helicopter has movable rotor blades. Any child would love this interactive toy.
Dimensions 32.7 x 5.5 x 10.8 cm (W x D x H) The Brontosaurus is known for it’s long thin neck and small head. It also had a bulky, and heavy looking torso and a long whip-like tail. It could grow as much as 72 feet long and weigh up to 17 tons. It was known to live between 145 to 157 million years ago in what is now known as North America.
Dimensions 18.9 x 8.4 x 11.1 cm (W x D x H) The Ceratosaurus, which means ‘horned lizard, was a carnivorous dinosaur that lived around 150 million years ago. They could grow as long as 20 feet and weigh up to 980 kg. It was known to inhabit what is now known as Africa, Europe & North America. It is recognised by two bumps at the eyes a large horn on the nose, and numerous spike-like bones running down it’s back.
Dimensions 21.5 x 6.5 x 11 cm (W x D x H) The Pachycephalosaurus, which translates as ‘thick-headed lizard’ is said to have grown to around 4-5m in length and weigh upto 450kg. It inhabited what is now known as North Amercia and it is believed that it used it’s skull to ram or impress rivals.
Dimensions 17 × 17 × 10 cm (W x D x H) The T-Rex Attack is part of Schleich’s ‘Dinosaur range. The set comes complete with a Tyrannosaurus Rex, a baby Stegosaurus, a researcher known as Flynn, who has movable arms and legs, and a weapon which includes a noose loop to help catch the dinosaur. Great interactive, imaginative fun for the dinosaur loving child in the family.
Dimensions 21.6 x 6.5 x 7.7 cm (W x D x H) The Kaprosuchus is distinguishable from its large teeth that stick out above and below it’s skull. Its large snout and short legs means it looks remarkably like the modern day crocodile. Said to have grown to approximately 10 feet long and inhabited what is now known as Niger in Africa some 95 to 100 million years ago.
Dimensions 45 × 45 × 36 cm (W x D x H) The Large Dino Research Station forms part of the Schleich Dinosaur range. Join researcher Maxx Colby on his exciting adventures as he tries to discover more about the prehistoric world around him. He has Cannons that can shoot darts, a rotating crane and cable winch, and fences that have a breakout function, plenty to keep him and your child happy for many hours.
Dimensions 20 x 20 x 20 cm (W x D x H) This allows you to extend your Large Dino Research Station (item number 41462) as this can be directly connected with those of the Station. This means that the dinosaur enclosure can be extended to house more dinosaurs.
Dimensions 7 x 4 x 1 cm (W x D x H) The Dart Set contains five tranquilizer darts that can be used as an additional accessory set for the cannon in the Large Dino Research Station 41462.
Dimensions 32.2 x 11.8 x 6.6 cm (W x D x H) The Mosasaurus was an enormous aquatic lizard dwelling in what is now known as the North Atlantic Ocean. It is said to have grown as long as 56 feet in length, and could weight upto 14,000 kg. When hunting it’s prey such as fish or turtles, the dinosaur would open its mouth very wide and bite down powerfully with it’s sharp teeth, often swallowing whole rather than chewing. The model does have a movable jaw.
Dimenions 26 x 4.8 x 10.4 cm (W x D x H) The Amargasaurus was unusual given that it had a double row of spines running along it’s neck and back which became a single line down it’s tail. The dinosaur lived in what is now known as South America 130-123 million years ago and was known to grow as long as 33 feet.