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LEGO® Dinosaur Toys

Who wouldn’t want to see one of these extinct, prehistoric giants like the T. rex or Giganotosaurus in real life? What could be a bigger thrill than bringing a T. rex or Indoraptor back to life, using just your imagination? Find the perfect dinosaur toys for kids of all ages right here!
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L’évasion du Stygimoloch

Price49.99 CAD
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La chasse du Carnotaurus

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Price69.99 CAD
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L’évasion en bateau du Baryonyx

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Price99.99 CAD
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La poursuite du Ptéranodon

Price24.99 CAD
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L’évasion du dinosaure T. rex

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Price64.99 CAD
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L’évasion du T. rex et de l’Atrociraptor

Price129.99 CAD
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La poursuite en moto de l’Atrociraptor

Price24.99 CAD
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L’évasion du T. rex et de l’Atrociraptor

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La capture des Vélociraptors Blue et Beta

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Price44.99 CAD
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L’embuscade en avion du Quetzalcoatlus

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Price59.99 CAD
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L’attaque du Giganotosaure et du Thérizinosaure

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Price179.99 CAD
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L’attaque du Giganotosaure et du Thérizinosaure

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Price179.99 CAD
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L’embuscade en camionnette du Tricératops

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Le transport du Pyroraptor et du Dilophosaure

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Le transport du Pyroraptor et du Dilophosaure

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Get to know your dinosaur

We modern-day humans will never know what it’s like to meet a T. rex or other prehistoric creature in real life. And that is exactly what the eternal fascination with these extinct giants is all about. Could you keep dinosaurs as pets? In a zoo? And how would they interact with humans, in cities, or in the wild? The ‘what if’ play scenarios your child’s imagination can conjure up with toy dinosaurs are endless! Whether you’re looking for the perfect LEGO® Jurassic World dinosaur toy for toddlers, preschoolers or older kids, start your journey back in time here.

76939: Stygimoloch

When this spiky dinosaur escapes on Isla Nublar, Ben, Brooklyn and Claire Dearing must tempt it back into its cage – a carrot will help!

76941: Carnotaurus

Watch out, there’s a huge Carnotaurus on the loose! Can Kenji, Sammy and Owen Grady catch her using the helicopter and pickup truck?

76942: Baryonyx

Transporting a mighty Baryonyx by boat is not easy. Yaz, Darius and Owen Grady need all the help they can get to keep it safely in its cage.

76943: Pteranodon

Give young kids a great first experience of LEGO® Jurassic World as they help Maisie and Owen Grady chase a powerful Pteranodon.

76944: T. rex

When this angry T. rex breaks through a fence at the airport, it’s up to Owen Grady and Zia Rodriguez to give chase in a cool helicopter!

76948: T. rex

A massive T. rex held captive in an enclosure in a busy market… what could possibly go wrong? Let the dinosaur drama begin!

76945: Atrociraptor

The name Atrociraptor means ‘savage robber’ and when this dangerous predator smashes through a wall at the market, there is total chaos!

76948: Atrociraptor

The big rig truck has a cage to transport the Atrociraptor, but is it strong enough to prevent this powerful dinosaur from breaking free?

76946: Blue

Velociraptor Blue is the leader of the pack and the mom of Beta. She will always spring into action to protect her young from poachers.

76947: Quetzalcoatlus

The giant Quetzalcoatlus commands the skies above Biosyn Valley, so when it sees a plane flying by, there’s going to be trouble!

76949: Therizinosaurus

The Therizinosaurus only eats plants and fish, but with its razor-sharp claws it’s well capable of standing up to potential predators.

76949: Giganotosaurus

Bigger than a T. rex, the Giganotosaurus certainly lives up to its name and is a threat to everyone at the Biosyn Valley HQ.

76950: Triceratops

When a Triceratops charges head-on at a pickup truck, there’s going to be damage. But don’t worry, the truck is easy to rebuild again!

76951: Pyroraptor

Pyroraptor means ‘fire thief’. Can Ian Malcom and Dr. Ellie Sattler track down this stealthy, fire-red-feathered predator?

76951: Dilophosaurus

The Dilophosaurus has a colorful crest that flanks its head, and it usually hunts through ambush… so watch out!
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