The Dinosaur Toy Blog is dedicated to reviewing models, figures and replicas of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Each blog entry covers a different dinosaur toy and includes detailed photographs from several angles. The blog has many regular authors and guest reviewers. We want to share our thoughts, opinions and recommendations on the figures in our collections, and when possible, we provide links to help you find them as well.
Despite the title of the website, we actually cover all sorts of prehistoric animal toys, not just dinosaurs. That’s why we have a catergory ‘non-dinosaur’, click on this to see pterosaurs, marine reptiles, and other prehistoric beasties. Categories can be found in the drop down menu in the right hand sidebar. Other categories identify the type of dinosaur/animal being reviewed (e.g. theropod) and the company who produced the toy (e.g Papo), so that you can quickly find what you are looking for. We also have company pages that provide links to all figure reviews arranged by major companies.
If we have made any mistakes or if you have any additional information on any of the figures we have reviewed, please do contact us. We are also always delighted to accept contributions from our readers. If you are interested in writing a review, please consult our Submit a Review page for instructions.
The Dinosaur Toy Forum is the official forum of The Dinosaur Toy Blog. It was launched as a place for dinosaur toy collectors and enthusiasts to share their collections and talk about dinosaur toys, dino pop culture, and palaeontology in general. Please feel free to browse the threads and we also invite you to register to join in the discussions, it’s free.
An old version of the forum is preserved as an archive so please feel free to browse the Dinosaur Toy Forum Version 1 archive as well:
As of December 2012, we also added a new forum to our network, The Animal Toy Forum, please check it out too:
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The Dinosaur Toy Blog team