Maybe. Could also be a stegosaurus, triceratops or something else--that’s part of the fun of paleontological parenthood. Just submerge the 4-1/2” tall ersatz dinosaur egg into cool water and wait 48-72 hours while it cracks like a real egg and the baby dino grows to a be a foot long. If your mother won’t let you skip your bath for a few days (they’re like that, mothers, no scientific discipline), just use any container bigger than a 12” dinosaur.
What makes these squeezable slime suckers so special is how cool they are when, after sucking up a goodly slurp of slime, they can be squozen to spit a blob of it back out. You’ll get a snail or monster head sucker, approx 2" long, plus a little tub of slime, in assorted colors. They could make 50 minutes of algebra just fly by.
Definitely not that other big green monster that ate the Pacific rim because he's been trademarked. This is just a 6" tall molded plastic green monster that happens to look just like him. (If coincidences didn't happen, there wouldn't be a name for them.) Oddzilla has movable arms, legs and tail.
We not only know our pronoun cases, but we sell some of the fiercest little dragons this side of Drogo's funeral pyre. We'll pick one from our lovely assortment of molded snarling fire-breathers, all with either a wingspan of approx 6" or no wings but two heads. With highly detailed scales and teeth, these beasts come in green, orange, purple-ish, blue and gray, all in different poses of terror. Click on the photo for more images.
Ready to fulfill all of your unmet movable yeti needs, this 6-1/2" tall plastic bigfoot has articulated ankles, knees, hips, waist, shoulders and elbows, which makes him posable in more positions than Twyla Tharp.
Everything your professional yeti stalker needs for rigidly scientific field work. You get a laminated 17-1/2" x 6" map of world Bigfoot habitat regions, a 2" magnifier, (3) evidence flags, (3) zipped plastic yeti-scat collection bags, a genuine Bigfoot Research Team ID card ("Track-Catch-Release"), assorted stickers and decals for your vehicle and forehead and a 5-1/2" x 3-3/8" field journal for recording your data.
Impressive, this 3-foot Lizard King. The 1:14 scale plastic model of a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton has 51 bones that snap together, then snap apart easily for later use, which is more than you can say about the original. Measures 36" long, and comes with a display stand. Bones are nicely aged for paleontological verisimilitude. Very nice kit, with legs, as they say! For ages 8 and up.
Life is more than just virtual stupidity; sometimes you have to take time out for actual stupidity. It’s therapeutic. Start with this swell, stuffed ninja watermelon, two halves of a ripe, red seeded melon connected by a hook-n-loop tab, ready for you to bifurcate. Measures 5-1/4” dia before you ninja it into two halves. Sorry, no extra lives in the real world.
We have pieces from a Buck Rogers game called, we are told, “Buck Rogers Battle for the 25th Century.” Except for the Gun Pods, which are all dark grey, the pieces are all assortments of: green, yellow, blue, purple, brown and violet. The pieces: Gunpods, Fighter Planes, War Birds and Space Shuttles. Mostly they are around 1” in the largest dimension. Note: we show the quantity pre-packed in a bag in the listing. You get ten bags for the price shown.
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