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Schleich Dinosaurs

New Schleich Dinosaurs have arrived at The Toymaker of Williamsburg! These fearsome beasts may be extinct, but our lifelike prehistoric figurines make an awesome and educational plaything for dinosaur-loving kiddies.

Schleich products are developed with the help of parents, teachers and children so that their educational toys are optimal for little hands. Schleich figurines are extremely realistic in order to open children up to a variety of animals from domestic farm animals to wild jungle animals to marine life.

Schleich takes special precautions to ensure that your toy worlds are immaculate and safe. Schleich safety requirements are stricter than those required by law. Quality control begins before production in the regulation of material suppliers. Once a Schleich figurine is made, it is then thoroughly tested in house. Schleich even commissions independent accredited testing institutes to be sure their products meet their own strict standards for quality.

Visit us in our store to see all of our dinosaur figurines or read awesome facts about each dinosaur on our website now!

 

Velociraptor

Velociraptor

T Rex

T Rex

Apatosaurus

Apatosaurus

 

Did you know? Velociraptors were very intelligent dinosaurs who hunted in packs.

Did you know? The Tyrannosaurus Rex could hardly use its front legs since they did not even reach his mouth.

Did you know? It was common for the Apatosaurus to live to be a hundred years old.

 

Spinosaurus

Spinosaurus

Giganotosaurus

Giganotosaurus

Brachiosaurus

Brachiosaurus

 

Did you know? The sail on the back of the Spinosaurus regulated its temperature and served to impress potential mates.

Did you know? The Giganotosaurus was even more powerful than the Tyrannosaurus Rex

Did you know? The Brachiosaurus was one of the longest land animals on earth.

 

Quetzalcoatlus

Quetzalcoatlus

Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus

Triceratops

Triceratops

 

Did you know? The Quetzalcoatlus was named after an Aztec deity.

Did you know? The Stegosaurus had a brain no bigger than a walnut.

Did you know? The horns of the Triceratops were made of keratin, the same protein that make up human fingernails and hair.

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