Brand: Mojö Fun

Review: Tylosaurus (Mojö Fun)

2 (11 votes)
Very occasionally, the fossil record allows us a fascinating glimpse into interactions between various extinct animals. Take the “Talkeetna Mountains Hadrosaur” for example. Discovered in Alaska in 1994, it is a juvenile specimen that washed out to sea after its death and eventually sank to the bottom to become fossilized.

Review: Tyrannosaurus rex (2015)(Mojö Fun)

1.4 (17 votes)
Did Tyrannosaurus rex and its kin possess fleshy lips that concealed their savage teeth when their mouths were closed? A recent study of a new species of Daspletosaurus concluded that the answer was a negative, but as with virtually all paleontological papers, that conclusion is by no means set in stone.

Review: Tyrannosaurus rex (Red Hunting Version)(Mojo Fun)

2 (9 votes)
Review and photos by Takama, edited by Suspsy
With all the Jurassic World toys being released this year, it was very easy for me to forget about the other brands of dinosaur toys that I do not normally collect. One of these brands is Mojo Fun, and the reason I did not collect their models is simply because they don’t have a great selection of species, and most were pretty old school in posture.

Review: Tyrannosaurus Rex w/articulated jaw (Prehistoric & Extinct by Mojö)

1.8 (8 votes)

Ever since Tyrannosaurus rex was described back in 1905, this amazing animal has captured our imaginations.   Its not hard to see why. It was one of the largest land carnivores of all time and it had a huge skull with bone crushing jaws.  It is so recognizable that toy makers just can’t help themselves on trying to capitalize on their popularity by making as many as they can. 

News: Upcoming release from Mojo Fun (New for 2024)(Pt. 2)

1.6 (42 votes)

Well, it turns out that Mojo Fun does technically have some brand new prehistoric figures in store for 2024. Like those from CollectA and Papo, the miniatures in this tube are all based on preexisting larger figures, and older ones at that. You’ve got Ankylosaurus, Brachiosaurus, Mandschurosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon, Smilodon, Spinosaurus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus rex, Velociraptor, and the woolly mammoth.

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Review: Woolly Mammoth (Mojö Fun)

3.8 (6 votes)
Review and photos by PhilSauria, edited by Suspsy
Should you not mind having the odd mammal or two in your dinosaur collection, you’d probably go for a woolly mammoth and maybe a sabertooth for starters. This toy here is not an essential mammoth in that case; if you rated prehistoric figures in a celebrity style scale we are not talking A-lister here.
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