Digging With a Sand-Eating Dinosaur Glove Is Better Than a Shovel

If there's one thing kids are inherently good at, it's digging. Be it looking for the prize inside a box of cereal, or unearthing worms and other treasures in a garden. And when you combine that with dinosaurs—another popular obsession for kids—you get this fun dino skull digger that kids can wear like a glove to… » 3/05/15 7:22pm 3/05/15 7:22pm

Terrorize the Skies With a Prehistoric Flying RC Pterodactyl

With Jurassic World just around the corner it's a great time to be a lover of both dinosaurs and toys. And while this flapping, flying RC Pterodactyl isn't officially associated with the movie, that's just fine because it's a flapping, flying RC Pterodactyl you can use to terrify your neighborhood. » 2/16/15 5:08pm 2/16/15 5:08pm

Here's What That New Super-Dinosaur From Jurassic World Looks Like

Thanks to the good folks at Hasbro, and Toy Fair 2015 starting in New York this weekend, we finally have our first good look at the genetically-enhanced dinosaur that the Jurassic World trailers have been teasing. Known as the Indominus Rex, it promises to outshine the T-rex in every way, serving as an even better… » 2/13/15 12:17pm 2/13/15 12:17pm

Scientifically accurate Barney destroys children and does not love you

Even as a kid, Barney never made sense to me. I always wondered why this purple dinosaur was so friendly, like he had done something terrible in a previous life and was atoning for his sins. And he totally was! As ADHD's scientifically accurate Barney shows, he's a monster that you do not want to love you. » 2/02/15 10:33pm 2/02/15 10:33pm

Even If Jurassic World Sucks, At Least We Get More T-Rex Toys

The first official trailer for Jurassic World has us cautiously optimistic about the upcoming blockbuster, but even if the movie stinks, we still get a pretty great consolation prize: mountains of new dinosaur toys. And courtesy of the London Toy Fair we now have our first look at Jurassic World's T-Rex, or at least… » 1/22/15 5:27pm 1/22/15 5:27pm

Skip the Gnomes and Put a Giant Charging Triceratops In Your Garden

Kids obviously love dinosaurs, but here's a secret: most adults do too. It's just that as you grow older it becomes less socially acceptable to wear T-rex PJs to bed. But that doesn't mean you can't indulge your dino love elsewhere. In fact, what garden wouldn't be instantly improved with a 20-foot long Triceratops » 12/30/14 11:26am 12/30/14 11:26am

Watch the World's Most Complete Stegosaurus Skeleton Being Assembled

First discovered in Wyoming, the world's most complete Stegosaurus skeleton has found a new home across the pond at the Natural History Museum in London, England. And you can now watch the museum's curators and palaeontologists re-assemble one of the world's oldest and best-preserved jigsaw puzzles. The process… » 12/19/14 1:55pm 12/19/14 1:55pm

Leaked Lego sets reveal new evil mutant dinosaurs in Jurassic World

Groove Bricks reports that Chinese Lego store Toabao has put up images of several Lego dinosaurs that allegedly will be included in the 2015 Jurassic World Lego sets. These look like updated molds of the dinosaurs that we saw in the Lego Dino theme so I think they may be right. » 11/18/14 4:08pm 11/18/14 4:08pm

Of Course Hammacher Will Sell You an Amazing Full-Size T-Rex Skeleton

Proving that it will always have what it takes to compete with the likes of Neiman Marcus when it comes to obscene gift ideas, Hammacher Schlemmer has revealed this beauty for the 2014 holiday season: a $100,000 life-size replica of a 40-foot long T-rex skeleton that stands 15-feet tall. Good luck hiding that under… » 11/01/14 9:00am 11/01/14 9:00am

So This Is What Inspires Someone to Build a Life-Size LEGO T-Rex

For most of us, LEGO sets are little more than a child's toy. But for Nathan Sawaya, they're an interlocking plastic canvas, an artistic medium of immeasurable potential and capable of transforming into any shape imaginable. Art of the Brick: A Life in LEGO showcases some of Sawaya's most ambitious projects—this… » 10/22/14 2:00pm 10/22/14 2:00pm

Plankton Makes This Dinosaur Toy Glow, Batteries Not Required

As the story goes, the folks at BioPop were trying to make a sustainable light that relied on something other than man-made batteries. They tried using a bioluminescent plankton called dinoflagellates, but the tiny creatures required too much intervention to be a practical light source. They would, however, make for a… » 9/11/14 5:00pm 9/11/14 5:00pm