Classification: Ceratosaur

Review: Carnotaurus (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Hammond Collection by Mattel)

4.2 (66 votes)

Mattel loves Carnotaurus. Our friends at have catalogued 22 Carnotaurus figures for Mattel’s Jurassic World line, but that number includes the minis, Snap Squad, and similar toys too, and their various repaints and repackages. Either way, the company has still produced an impressive array of Carnotaurus toys.

Review: Carnotaurus (Kaiyodo Dinotales Series 5)

4.3 (8 votes)
One of the last South American dinosaurs, Carnotaurus was an interesting theropod that lived in what is now Argentina 70 million years ago. Its most distinctive features are the two horns that sit atop its head. In fact, the name Carnotaurus means “flesh-eating bull”. Ever since being featured in Disney’s “Dinosaur”, a movie from 2000, it has had some slight popularity in mainstream culture.

Review: Carnotaurus (Mini Dinosaur Collection by Schleich)

3.1 (15 votes)
Schleich is a company that many of us love to hate. Although all Schleich models are of pretty high quality, especially in the detail work, they’re usually too garish and inaccurate for most of our tastes. This makes Schleich a frustrating company to get behind because with a bit more attention to anatomical accuracy they could be a stellar company.

Review: Carnotaurus (Mini)(Papo)

1.4 (16 votes)
Carnotaurus is hardly one of the largest theropods, or even the largest member of its family, the abelisaurs. But with its short snout, large brow horns, and teeny weeny arms, it has become one of the most instantly recognizable dinosaurs. It featured as a villain in the 2000 Disney film Dinosaur and in the animatronic adventure ride of the same name at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park in Orlando, Florida.

Review: Carnotaurus (Papo)

3.3 (21 votes)
In the past, Papo have tended to make their theropods either too scaly or too monstrous. Fortunately, the real Carnotaurus was both very scaly and rather scary-looking – why, it even had a pair of devilish horns protruding from its very toothy head. If any dinosaur was begging to be turned into a figure by the French toymongers, it was surely this one – and wouldn’t you know it, they’ve pulled it off very nicely.
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Review: Carnotaurus (Sideshow Collectibles "Dinosauria")

4.4 (7 votes)
Review and photos by Dan Liebman
Having released their premier piece in the form of the “Tyrannosaurus vs. Triceratops” diorama, Sideshow continues to build on their new Dinosauria product line with this second statue. Choosing the Carnotaurus as a subject matter seems a bit of a surprise, although the species did achieve some level of popular recognition after appearing in Disney’s “Dinosaur” in 2000.

Review: Carnotaurus (Terra Series by Battat)

4.4 (17 votes)
One of the last models released by Battat for the Boston Museum of Science collection was the Carnotaurus back in 1998. Now, 17 years later it’s back and with a shiny new paint job too. Many Carnotaurus have come and gone since this one was originally released but this one still remains one of the best.

Review: Carnotaurus (Wild Safari by Safari Ltd.)

4.5 (29 votes)

Review and photos by Faelrin, edited by Suspsy

Carnotaurus, the meat-eating bull, was an abelisaurid theropod that has seen its rise to fame with Disney’s Dinosaur and more recently in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and probably needs no further introduction for those familiar with the blog (though for those who are new, don’t worry, it will be covered).

Review: Carnotaurus (World of History by Schleich)

3.5 (29 votes)
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If you didn’t know; in the late 60’s a dinosaur renaissance took place, which sparked new ideas and discoveries in paleontology.  Of course, through the 70’s and 80’s, change was slow, most of the public was still being taught that dinosaurs were cold blooded and sluggish. 

Review: Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom by LEGO)

3.1 (7 votes)

Review by James Hirleley, photos by Roselaar, edited by Suspsy

Dinosaurs roamed the earth once again this past June in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Following suit, LEGO released a wave of sets to commemorate the latest blockbuster movie from the dinosaur-themed franchise. The Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape (75929) set boasts 577 pieces, which makes it one of the largest sets from the LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom lineup.

Review: Carnotaurus with Ichthyosaurus (Jurassic World Hero Mashers by Hasbro)

2.5 (17 votes)
Time for a second helping of Hero Mashers! This time we’ll be looking at Carnotaurus, the mighty “meat-eating bull” of South America, and Ichthyosaurus, the English “fish lizard” that helped make Mary Anning a legend among paleontologists.

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