Schleich Dunkleosteus

$34.90 SGD

DunkleosteusThe Dunkleosteus was an armoured fish with a length of eight to ten metres, which was unusually large for the Devonian period. It was one of the first giants of the underwater world, together with the Titanichthys.The Dunkleosteus lived 130-150 million years before the first dinosaurs. It was a fearless hunter who could snap incredibly fast and ate large sharks,...


SmartLab Toys Demolition Lab: Triple Blast Warehouse

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Ka-boom! The mind-blowing Demolition Lab lets kids learn about energy, momentum and gravity, and grow important spatial skills. The mind-blowing Demolition Lab lets kids build unlimited warehouse structures and then demolish them with strategically placed blasters. Mix-and-match pieces to create one-of-a-kind structures. The Demolition Lab combines hours of fun and destruction.  Key Features Features 3 blasters and a triple-blast detonator...

Schleich Large Skull with Velociraptor BB

$89.90 SGD

Large skull trap with VelociraptorThe voracious Velociraptor is lurking behind a large dinosaur skull. It has caught a small lizard to use as bait for larger prey. When a hungry Compsognathus comes by, it looks like the plan is working - or will the Compsognathus spot the trap at the last second?Fun FactThe Compsognathus was a two-legged carnivore around the...


Schleich Acrocanthosaurus

$39.90 SGD $25.00 SGD

AcrocanthosaurusThe Acrocanthosaurus was around the same size and weight as the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Giganotosaurus. Unlike many other dinosaurs, it had seven openings in its skull rather than five. It also had lots of neural spines on its neck, back and tail, which probably formed a small "sail".Fun FactThe openings in the Acrocanthosaurus's huge skull reduced its weight.Product Dimension8.8" (W)...

Schleich Kentrosaurus

$29.90 SGD

KentrosaurusThe Kentrosaurus was a peaceful herbivore, but it was far from defenceless. The sharp spikes on its neck and back were capable of inflicting serious injuries on predators. But most dangerous of all were the long spikes on its tail. If it had to defend itself, it lashed its tail around like a giant club.Fun FactThe Kentrosaurus had the longest...