First up is a bantam Amargasaurus, based on the Deluxe version.
The thundering sounds of stampeding animals shatter the tranquil morning air. A herd of Torosaurus has just walked into an ambush on their way to the forest edge and are now running for their lives towards the safety of the open plains. The herd runs tightly together for safety except for one animal who seems to hesitate, stop, then breaks off from the group and heads back towards the forest edge.
For many dinosaur fans, the Dino-Riders toyline by Tyco is a great memory from their childhoods: looking through the toy stores and hoping to get the bigger, more expensive figures someday. I . . . was actually not one of those, as I wasn’t born until the mid-90s’, but looking over the reviews so far, I can tell that there is a lot of love and nostalgia for this line.
When most dinosaur-related series cover ceratopsians, Triceratops is the animal most often chosen to be featured. However, while Triceratops made a cameo appearance as a T. rex‘s courtship offering in the BBC series Walking with Dinosaurs, the main ceratopsian was the lesser known Torosaurus instead (whether it or not it turns out to be a mature Triceratops, we will see).