“Saluations, fellow dinosaur lovers! Dr. Bella Bricking and Beth Buildit here, ready for our first review of 2019. Today we’ll examining Pteranodon Escape, one of three Jurassic World sets from LEGO Juniors. You are familiar with the Juniors line, I take it, Beth?”
“Sure, Doc. Juniors is aimed at kids who are too old for Duplo stuff, but not quite ready for the big leagues.
For ages, the sabre-toothed cats have been the top predators in their ecosystem. But now humans have appeared on the scene, and what they lack in brute strength, they make up for in cunning and intelligence!
Rounding out Playmobil’s prehistoric megafauna is this the menacing pair of sabre-tooths, clearly belonging to the Smilodon genus.
Another all-new animal in the 2013 Playmobil Dinos line is the famous Stegosaurus. This one is a mother whose eggs are about to hatch, but she’d better keep a close eye on that hungry crocodilian who lives nearby!
This version of the “roofed lizard” measures 23 cm long from nose to tail tip and stands just over 11 cm tall at the tip of its plates.
For 40 years, Playmobil has been one of the most popular toylines in the world, famed for their simple yet elaborate designs and wide-ranging themes. Let us take a trip through their 2007 Dinosaurs line. We begin with Tyrannosaurus rex and a pair of Velociraptors.