Jurassic World Extreme Chompin' Spinosaurus Dinosaur Action Figure, Huge Bite, Authentic Decoration, Movable Joints& Dominion Roar Strikers Pteranodon Dinosaur Action Figure

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Jurassic World Extreme Chompin' Spinosaurus Dinosaur Action Figure, Huge Bite, Authentic Decoration, Movable Joints& Dominion Roar Strikers Pteranodon Dinosaur Action Figure

Jurassic World Extreme Chompin' Spinosaurus Dinosaur Action Figure, Huge Bite, Authentic Decoration, Movable Joints& Dominion Roar Strikers Pteranodon Dinosaur Action Figure

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Since Spinosaurus was one of the main dinosaurs of the film Jurassic Park III, the Hasbro toy line for the film had five different toys of the sail-backed dinosaur. Pressing the JP3 button results in the head swinging upwards and roaring proudly, but oddly enough the toy does not use the classic Jurassic Park 3 Spinosaurus roar, the roar is an extremely generic dinosaur roar that could have been bellowed from any larger dinosaur. The bearer of many needle-like, flesh-piercing teeth, cradled in jaws powerful enough to turn bone to mush. Some artistic license has been taken for the proportions of the toy: the sail and tail are noticeably reduced and the feet are enlarged for stability.

They’re on the small side, placed really far forward and look like they’re jutting out from the base of the neck, I can’t really see any indication of a scapula so for all I know it could be. Although the Spino’s mouth won’t stay open on its own, you can prop it open by sticking a small object in the back of the mouth. The key difference between the 2021 Camp Cretaceous release and the previous two is the colour scheme. The Spinosaurus itself also looks pretty thin, but that’s understandable as it probably wouldn’t have been able to stand up with a tail so tiny and wouldn’t even be able to walk on all fours to find food due to its broken wrists.I get that it’s meant to have a lot of movement because of the head thrashing gimmick but it feels like it could snap at any time. But at last, 2021 has seen another reissue of the Spinosaurus, now sold under the Camp Cretaceous banner. I’m excited to at least see this one in person, my Target has the tags out on the shelf but no physical toy yet. The tongue and roof of the mouth are painted a grey-ish pink and the teeth and gums, most bizarrely of all, are painted brown with the occasional gold flecks. I daresay collectors who missed out before may be vindicated here by what is probably the nicest-looking version of the Spinosaurus yet.

In regards to scientific accuracy, the one thing that can be excused right off the bat are the long legs. Unlike the Hasbro toy line, only one toy of the Spinosaur appeared in the Kaiyodo toy line made for Jurassic Park III.

The same goes for the sail, with only a thin piece of plastic hiding under that rubbery exterior, and the neck, housing such delicate animatronics. Product 2: Press down on the button on back to activate the ROARING sound and biting action, for realistic battle play.



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