Learn New Dino Names With New Jurassic World Sets

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Dinosaur names are often tongue twisters, and with some being renamed and reclassified, along with new discoveries, learning about new dinos seems to be on going. LEGO is helping.

Coming through the next couple of months, we have 5 new Jurassic World sets coming with some different dinosaurs in them.

T. rex and Triceratops Dinosaur Breakout (10939)

First up is 2 familiar dinos, the T. Rex and Triceratops breaking out of Jurassic World. This one (10939) is for toddlers and will be available from August 1, 2021.

T. rex Dinosaur Fossil Exhibition (76940)

This T.Rex dinosaur skeleton (76940) looks great. I love the use of the tan and not just white for the bones. The set includes 2 figs – Owen Grady and Darius (from Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous). This set releases September 1, 2021 for $29.99 USD

Stygimoloch Dinosaur Escape (76939)

Targetting at the 4+ group, this set (76939) is pretty basic with 3 figs and 2 dinos. There’s not much to build but it will definitely appeal to kids. Expect this on shelves September 1, 2021 priced at $39.99.

Carnotaurus Dinosaur Chase (76941)

Featuring a large Carnotaurus figure, a helicopter and a jeep, kids can enact fun chase and capture sequences with this $49.99 set. 76941 will come out on September 1, 2021.

Baryonyx Dinosaur Boat Escape (76942)

Saving the biggest set for last, this $79.99 September 1 release features a floating brick-built boat, the large Baryonyx dino and 4 figs along with a single-piece inflatable style motor boat. The main boat is well detailed with a dinosaur cage, movable searchlite and cranes. Look for the Baryonyx set (76942) on September 1, 2021.

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