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 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 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 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 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

Schleich 14535 - Pentaceratops, Mini

Schleich 14535 - Pentaceratops, Mini

With a length of 7.5 metres and a height of 2.5 metres, the Pentaceratops was the largest representative of Ceratopsidaes. Unlike the more familiar Triceratops, the Pentaceratops wore five horns on hi...

$5.99

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Schleich 14539 - Quetzalcoatlus, Mini

Schleich 14539 - Quetzalcoatlus, Mini

Named after an Aztec deity, the Quetzalcoatlus was the largest airworthy animal ever found. With an impressive wingspan of nearly thirteen metres, this reptile also had a long neck and head, and nearl...

$5.99

Schleich 14541 - Kentrosaurus, Mini

Schleich 14541 - Kentrosaurus, Mini

The Kentrosaurus was probably an herbivore. Researchers conclude this from skeletal remains. The Kentrosaurus were relatives of the Stegosaurus. However, the Kentrosaurus had a body length of about 5 ...

$19.80

Schleich 14542 Spinosaurus Violet

Schleich 14542 Spinosaurus Violet

This dangerous carnivore weighed several tons and could be up to 17 metres long! The Spinosaurus had many sharp, straight teeth in a crocodile-like mouth. His meals usually consisted of other dinosaur...

$31.95

Schleich 14543 Giganotosaurus Orange

Schleich 14543 Giganotosaurus Orange

Giganotosaurus was a powerful predator in the Late Cretaceous period and easy to mistake for the considerably more famous Tyrannosaurus Rex: both were very dangerous animals in any case. Fun Fact:The ...

$44.50

Schleich 14547 Carnotaurus Small

Schleich 14547 Carnotaurus Small

The name Carnotaurus means “carnivorous bull”. Handy mini dinosaur to take along and play with anywhere. At 9 metres in height and with its long teeth, the Carnotosaurus was certainly one of the most ...

$13.50

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Schleich 14567 Dilophosaurus

Schleich 14567 Dilophosaurus

The Dilophosaurus lived 200-192 million years ago during the early Jurassic period. It was up to six metres long, and was one of the first large carnivorous dinosaurs of prehistoric times....

$29.70

Schleich 14568 - Stegosaurus Dinosaurs

Schleich 14568 - Stegosaurus Dinosaurs

All Schleich figures are lovingly hand-painted with detailed modelling and allow children to learn as they play. Equipped with interesting and bold attributes, the Stegosaurus was an herbivore with pl...

$27.90

Schleich 14569 Dimetrodon

Schleich 14569 Dimetrodon

One of the first giants of the dinosaur world was the Dimetrodon. It had a sail on its back made of skin and bones and was an excellent hunter. It even killed prey bigger than itself....

$19.80

Schleich 14574 - Barapasaurus

Schleich 14574 - Barapasaurus

The Barapasaurus not only had a very long neck, but its thigh bones also measured up to 1.7 metres. This gave it the name "big-legged lizard". Due to its body size and energy requirements, the herbivo...

$44.95