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🦖【WHAT YOU RECEIVE】 You will get a value take apart dinosaur toys suit, which contains a yellow Tyrannosaurus Rex, a red Triceratops and a green Brachiosaurus with a child-friendly Low-speed operation electric drill (AAA batteries not included) and 3 screwdrivers for assembly.
- 🦖【DIY STEM EDUCATIONAL TOYS】 The neck, hands, and legs of the assembled dinosaur toys can be moved flexibly to assume different modeling. Shaking the head of the toy, it will make a sound similar to a real dinosaur. And children can give full play to their creativity and imagination to choose parts belonging to different dinosaurs to DIY a unique dinosaur shape.
- 🦖【PREMIUM AND SAFE KIDS TOYS】 Dinosaur toys for kids are made of high-quality, non-toxic ABS plastic with specially polished treated surface and edge that is not only durable, not easy to break even if it falls from table, but also has no burrs on the edge, which will not scratch kids’ hands during assembly.
- 🦖【EASY TO ASSEBLE】 These educational toys come with a detailed assembly instructions. Each step is explained clearly in the instructions that even kids can understand. And Low-speed operation electric drill will stop automatically if it encounters obstacles to keep kids safe.
🦖【PERFECT GIFTS FOR 3 4 5 6 7 8 YEAR OLD KIDS】 Are you still worried about choosing birthday or Christmas gifts for your kids? Why not try this STEM toys for 3-8 year old. Let your kids improve their hands-on ability and release their creativity and imagination during happy game time, putting down table.
Lefree Take Apart Dinosaur Toys for Kids
The History of Dinosaurs
Pterosaurs: (from Greek pteron and sauros, meaning "wing lizard") is an extinct clade of flying reptiles in the order, Pterosauria. They existed during most of the Mesozoic: from the Late Triassic to the end of the Cretaceous (228 to 66 million years ago). Pterosaurs are the earliest vertebrates known to have evolved powered flight. Their wings were formed by a membrane of skin, muscle, and other tissues stretching from the ankles to a dramatically lengthened fourth finger.
Velociraptor: is a genus of small dromaeosaurid dinosaur that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous epoch, about 75 million to 71 million years ago. Two species are currently recognized, although others have been assigned in the past. The type species is V. mongoliensis; fossils of this species have been discovered in the Djadochta Formation, Mongolia. A second species, V. osmolskae, was named in 2008 for skull material from the Bayan Mandahu Formation, China.
Triceratops: is a genus of herbivorous chasmosaurine ceratopsid dinosaur that first appeared during the late Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous period, about 68 million years ago in what is now North America. It is one of the last-known non-avian dinosaur genera, and became extinct in the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event 66 million years ago. The name Triceratops, which literally means 'three-horned face', is derived from the Greek words trí- (τρί-) meaning 'three', kéras (κέρας) meaning 'horn', and ṓps (ὤψ) meaning 'face'.
Dilophosaurus: is a genus of theropod dinosaurs that lived in what is now North America during the Early Jurassic, about 193 million years ago. Three skeletons were discovered in northern Arizona in 1940, and the two best preserved were collected in 1942. The most complete specimen became the holotype of a new species in the genus Megalosaurus, named M. wetherilli by Samuel P. Welles in 1954. Welles found a larger skeleton belonging to the same species in 1964. Realizing it bore crests on its skull, he assigned the species to the new genus Dilophosaurus in 1970, as Dilophosaurus wetherilli. The genus name means "two-crested lizard", and the species name honors John Wetherill, a Navajo councilor. Further specimens have since been found, including an infant. Footprints have also been attributed to the animal, including resting traces.
Steps to Assemble Take Apart Dinosaurt Toys
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Small parts, not for children under 3 years.