Dinosaurs

You will find Dinosaurs in this section. Beware of bite! Some of the new dinos from Schleich have moveable lower jaws and can now bite.

There is also now a selection of small animal for the small pocket available


 
Schleich 14513 - Allosaurus

Schleich 14513 - Allosaurus

Standing more than five metres high and weighing more than a tonne, the Allosaurus was the largest carnivore of its time. It had a unique skeleton. Instead of having ribs that were attached to other b...

$24.75

Schleich 14514  - Apatosaurus

Schleich 14514 - Apatosaurus

The Apatosaurus is one of the longest animals to have ever walked the earth. It is also known as the Brontosaurus. Conservation Status: extinct Primary Habitat: Savannah This herbivore armed with penc...

$28.95

Schleich 14515 -Brachiosaurus

Schleich 14515 -Brachiosaurus

This dinosaur was a plant-eater. Its shoulders were six metres above the ground and its nine metre long neck stretched higher than the tree tops. Conservation Status: extinct Global Home: North Americ...

$30.95

Schleich 14516  - Giganotosaurus

Schleich 14516 - Giganotosaurus

With small quills and large spots on its back, this dinosaur was quite a sight. The Gigantosaurus had three claws on each of its short front legs and fed on herbivores. Scientists suspect that the Gig...

$44.00

Schleich 14518 - Quetzalcoatlus

Schleich 14518 - Quetzalcoatlus

This dinosaur owes its hard to pronounce name to the Central American deity Quetzalcoatl. Conservation Status: extinct Global Home: North America Primary Habitat: wetlands Quetzalcoatlus, named after ...

$16.95

Schleich 14519 - Saichania

Schleich 14519 - Saichania

A Saichania was around seven metres long and covered in spiky armour. With its mace-like tail, it could defend itself against attackers. With its complex airways and unusually hard gums, this dinosaur...

$17.60

Schleich 14520 - Stegosaurus

Schleich 14520 - Stegosaurus

The plates on its back protected the Stegosaurus from attack and its spiked tail was an effective weapon. Conservation Status: extinct Primary Habitat: desert With its interesting, prominent features,...

$16.95

Schleich 14521  - Spinosaurus

Schleich 14521 - Spinosaurus

This dinosaur with its crocodile-like head mainly ate fish and carrion. Conservation Status: extinct Global Home: Africa Africa Primary Habitat: desert This deadly carnivore weighed several tonnes and...

$30.95

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Schleich 14522 - Triceratops

Schleich 14522 - Triceratops

Although the Triceratops looked menacing, it fed on plants and trees. As a herbivore, it was hunted by Tyrannosaurus Rex. The front part of its jaw was shaped like a parrot's beak which it used to tea...

$24.75

Schleich 14524  - Velociraptor

Schleich 14524 - Velociraptor

Velociraptors had a retractable, sickle-shaped claw measuring around 7.5 centimetres on the middle toe of each foot. Conservation Status: extinct Global Home: Asia Primary Habitat: desert Velociraptor...

$17.60

Schleich 14525 - Tyrannosaurus Rex

Schleich 14525 - Tyrannosaurus Rex

Although the Tyrannosaurus Rex looked quite threatening, it could hardly use its front legs armed with just two claws since they did not even reach his mouth. Nearly seven metres tall and thirteen met...

$39.60

Schleich 14528 - Tyrannosaurus Rex, Light Green

Schleich 14528 - Tyrannosaurus Rex, Light Green

The Tyrannosaurus Rex looked very menacing though it was hardly able to use its two-clawed forelegs, as it could not even reach its snout with them. Standing nearly seven meters tall and measuring alm...

$39.60

Schleich 14529 - Therizinosaurus

Schleich 14529 - Therizinosaurus

The claws of the Therizinosaurus were half as long as a grown-up man. The most impressive feature of the Therizinosaurus is its striking gigantic claws. Their purpose has not yet been revealed, howeve...

$39.60

Schleich 14530 - Velociraptor Green

Schleich 14530 - Velociraptor Green

Velociraptors were probably very intelligent predators that hunted in packs. Although they only stood 60 centimeters tall, these carnivores were able to overpower prey animals considerably larger than...

$17.95

Schleich 14531 - Pentaceratops

Schleich 14531 - Pentaceratops

Measuring 7.5 meters in its length and standing 2.5 meters tall, the Pentaceratops was one of the largest ceratopsid dinosaurs. Unlike the more famous Triceratops, the Pentaceratops had a five-horned ...

$28.50