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Prehistoric Pets

Updated on April 13, 2012

Prehistoric Pets by Mattel - A Review and Where To Buy Online

If you are looking for the hottest gift of the season then you are in the market for Prehistoric Pets by Mattel. Now these are not your average dinosaur toys, but they are a high tech toy that is sure to keep anyone young and old entertained.

Now there are three types of Prehistoric Pets by Mattel. The three are named: Terrordactyl, Cruncher and D-Rex. So in other words the Prehistoric Pet lineup consists of one bird and two land dinosaurs, but which one should you go with? Well let's take a journey into the world of Prehistoric Pets and after that you can make the right decision for your kids.

Cruncher Prehistoric Pet Dinosaur Video - Prehistoric Pets

This is a great video from two of the designers of the prehistoric pet Crucher by Mattel. If you have kids like mine they all tell me "We love it and want one". Now that I saw what inspired the designers of Cruncher I can now understand what makes the Prehistoric Pet Cruncher so popular.

Prehistoric Pets Terrordactyl Interactive Dinosaur
Prehistoric Pets Terrordactyl Interactive Dinosaur

Prehistoric Pets Terrordactyl Interactive Dinosaur

What Makes The Terrordactyl Interacive Dinosaur So Special?

Terrordactyl is a interactive dinosaur

Has super quick reflexes

Spits a projectile

Advanced dino-robotics allows you to interact with just like a real pet

You can tame your Terrordactyl and carry him around on your arm

Terrordactyl has 20 dinosaur sounds to complete the experience

Set him in guard mode to launch a sticky strike on anyone who comes by

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      crstnblue 5 years ago

      Great idea for a lens! :))

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      DJteach 5 years ago

      My grandsons would love these! Great information, terrific site!

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      Mary Norton 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      I'd like to have one. They look fascinating to me.

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      Teri Villars 6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      Interesting! I lensrolled this to my CAVEMAN WRITING DECIPHERED! AMAZING DISCOVERIES! lens..which is a little satirical, ha!