THE BEST Dinosaurs

Robot Dinosaur Factory

Robot Dinosaur Factory

Creature Technology creates incredible large-size animatronics for museums, theme parks, live shows, and other attractions. Bloomberg takes us inside the factory where they make giant mechanical bears, gorillas, and imposing life-size dinosaurs.

LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils

LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils

Inspired by a fan-submitted concept, you can now buy official LEGO fossilized dinosaur skeletons. The 910-piece set (#21320) includes 1:32-scale models of tyrannosaurus rex (15.4″ long), triceratops (10.6″ long), and the winged pteranodon (5.1″ long), along with a sapiens skeleton, a paleontologist minifig with accessories.

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HalfToys Dinosaur Figures

HalfToys Dinosaur Figures

Learnplay’s HalfToys dinosaur figures have a magnetic shell that you can pull apart to reveal the dino’s skeleton. The skeleton can also be taken apart and put back together. Each figure also comes with a different paper diorama. They also recently released a new animal series.

Battle at Big Rock

Battle at Big Rock

This short film from Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow takes place between the end of Fallen Kingdom and its upcoming sequel, due out in 2021. As dinosaurs now roam the earth, a family finds themselves face-to-face with a pack of genetically-engineered prehistoric monsters who invade their campsite.

Mechanical Dinosaur Costume

Mechanical Dinosaur Costume

Costumes, dinosaurs, engineering, and puppetry – Esmée Kramer combined these four passions into one awesome build. She spent months designing and making this amazing dinosaur rig using PVC pipes and foam panels. It really comes to life once she starts moving its head.

Jurassic Playing Cards

Jurassic Playing Cards

These unique playing cards not only feature images of fossilized dinosaur skeletons, but they can be printed onto traditional card stock or metal, giving them some serious heft. The cards feature a wide variety of prehistoric creature on their fronts, with a raptor and cracked rock texture on their backs.

T-Rex’s Tiny Arms

T-Rex’s Tiny Arms

It’s easy to make fun of T-Rex’s comically short arms, but clearly there must have been some reason this killer dino was saddled with such awkward appendages. MinuteEarth explores this seemingly odd trait, and some possible evolutionary explanations.

The Dinosaur Tier List

The Dinosaur Tier List

Given the tremendous diversity of their shapes, sizes, and abilities, it’s no wonder that TierZoo’s in-depth evaluation of dinosaurs clocks in at over 15 minutes. While you’d think that T. Rex was the absolute king of the heap, you’d be wrong.

How Animatronic Dinosaurs are Made

How Animatronic Dinosaurs are Made

We’ve seen footage of a factory where they make animatronic dinosaurs but never really got a look at how they’re made. This clip from the Discovery UK edition of How It’s Made walks us through the process of transforming foam and metal into a moving, mechanical monster, with a focus on sculpting and molding its body.

T-Rex Bottle Opener

T-Rex Bottle Opener

There’s only one requirement if you purchase this hefty 2 pound T-Rex. You must make the RAWRRRRR noise every time you open a bottle with its mighty choppers. Measures 10.2″ x 4.7″ x 2.4″ and made from solid cast iron.

LEGO Jurassic Park T.rex Rampage

LEGO Jurassic Park T.rex Rampage

LEGO presents the ultimate set for Jurassic Park fans. This 3,120-piece set (#75936) is highlighted by a 16″ park gate, a hulking 27″ long T.rex model, and 7 scenes on its backside inspired by the movie. Includes 6 minifigs ad a baby dinosaur figure. Drops 7/1/19 at LEGO Stores and shop.lego.com. LEGO VIP members can grab it 6/19/19.

Beast Wars Megatron Action Figure

Beast Wars Megatron Action Figure

Takara Tomy’s Transformers Masterpiece MP-43 action figure features Megatron as he appeared in Beast Wars. The figure can transform between the Predacon’s humanoid and T-Rex forms. It comes with a tiny toothbrush for the T-Rex head.

Indomation

Indomation

A man falls asleep while watching Jurassic World, only to find himself face to face with one of the movie’s dinosaurs. Jurassic Park fan Mason Drumm and his friends spent over 90 hours making this tense stop-motion short film.

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Saur

Saur

Fly among the dinosaurs in Robert McIntosh’s latest short film, which takes us on a rapid tour of the Natural History Museum of Utah, courtesy of a 2″ micro drone and a GoPro Hero 6 camera, carefully piloted through the bones of Earth’s prehistoric residents.

Jedi vs. T.Rex

Jedi vs. T.Rex

Sit back, grab a big bucket of popcorn, and gaze on as 3,000 T.Rex dinos take on an army of 23,000 lightsaber-wielding warriors for no other reason than to show that it can be done in Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator. Honestly, it looks like a rave gone really, really bad to us.

How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms

How the T-Rex Lost Its Arms

We all know that the Tyrannosaurus rex was a gigantic and vicious dinosaur. PBS Eons explores why the killer dino evolved in the way that it did, and why it never lost its silly little dangly arms before going extinct.

Alpha Training Blue Robot

Alpha Training Blue Robot

You don’t have to be a fan of the latest Jurassic World movie to appreciate this awesome high tech toy from Mattel. The Alpha Training Blue is a learning, interactive mini raptor with 7 motors, touch and sound sensors, and lots of nifty sound effects… and those eyes.

Jurassic Block

Jurassic Block

IWT Designs’ Jurassic Block features tiny bits of 15 dinosaur fossils excavated from around the globe. The fossils include those of the tyrannosaurus rex, the triceratops and the stegosaurus. There’s also fossilized amber and a dinosaur eggshell.

Fauxidermy Rex

Fauxidermy Rex

Add a little thrill to any wall with a T Rex trophy head from White Faux Taxidermy. Each one is cast from resin and polyresin, and finished with colorful and glossy lacquers. Measures 14″ h x 15.75″ d x 7.5″ w, and weighs about 7 lb. Check their Etsy shop for a full menagerie.

What if Dinosaurs Lived Today?

What if Dinosaurs Lived Today?

TierZoo wonders which dinosaurs would fare best in today’s world if they were revived or “unbanned,” to use the channel’s terms. Surprisingly, the popular Tyrannosaurus Rex wouldn’t be at the top of the food chain. Tune in to see who would reign supreme.

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Jurassic Park Danger! Board Game

Jurassic Park Danger! Board Game

Jurassic Park Danger! gives you the opportunity to become the wild dinosaurs inhabiting the eponymous attraction. One player gets to control the dinos, while the other players control some of the original movie’s characters, who will try to escape from Isla Nublar.

Dragon Foot Waste Basket

Dragon Foot Waste Basket

Hide your trash with Regal Robot’s highly detailed dinosaur or dragon foot waste basket. You can also customize its size so you can use it as a planter or any other type of receptacle. You can also customize its color and style.

Jurassic World Evolution (Gameplay)

Jurassic World Evolution (Gameplay)

This comprehensive gameplay video of Jurassic World Evolution shows us its construction, research and management aspects. Learn about its realistic dinosaur behavior, weather, and research, educational material such as real-world dig sites, and more.

T-Rex Skull Tank

T-Rex Skull Tank

YouTuber 3D Printing!!! shows off a build that simply wouldn’t have been possible without 3D Printing!!! – a motorized R/C tank with a cockpit based on the skull of the mighty T-Rex. We want one of these for our office so badly.

Beaglesaurus Rex

Beaglesaurus Rex

YouTuber foggymyst envisions what dinosaurs might have sounded like by slowing down and lowering the vocalizations of his beagle dog by a few octaves. The pup just needs this costume to complete the effect.

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