This is a definite 5 stars, because of its extreme realistic appearance, true to the film. The stegosaurus not only looks real but it acts real, with its whipping tail. Another must have for the perfect diorama. Although I only have one stegosaurus, I would much prefer to have another two for a herd scene.
In addition this model has a camouflaged green colour scheme, which fades out to a light yellow, making it one of the, if not the best herbivorous dinosaur that has ever been introduced into the Jurassic park lost world toy series. This model is ten times better than the original Jurassic Park stegosaurus, looking much more realistic, with proper sharp, spikes for once!
However the battle damage wound skin piece often falls out of position, which can be rather annoying. But I think...[See More]
If more JP dino figures had been made like this, I bet they would have sold more. This guy is a perfect likeness to his movie counterpart and comes with cool details and capture gear.
From the bottom of his foot to the top of his biggest spike, the Steg stands about 7 inches tall. He comes with three points of interest, dino damage, capture gear and action. His dino damage is pretty big, consisting of of whole spike and a good inch of skin. The dino damaged spike is the first large spike on his right. His capture gear is cool to, consisting of a large metal box that snaps around his tail and a long metal wire that wraps around his legs. His action is another simple one, you squeeze two of the back spikes together and he swings his tail quite hard causing him to shake off the metal cage...[See More]
Subseries from Jurassic Park - Lost World Toy Series
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