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Fossil-Iced Ice Tray – Triceratops. Need to dig up an amusing party accessory. Look no further than our ice-cold fossils – these two dinos will add the perfect Ice Age to your modern drinks. They’re great as Jell-O molds too. The food-grade silicone trays are uniquely adapted to survive the Ice Age in your very own freezer, over and over again. Trays are approximately 8″ x 5″ x 1″.
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This is a super soft kid’s t-shirt, hand screen printed in royal blue and brown inks. This piece is part of our line of original apparel available exclusively at our Happy Family Clothing shop.
We have the following size t shirts available:
12-18 Months, 2T, 4T, 6T
Our kids tees tend to run about A SIZE SMALL, so make sure to order up a size for the best fit.
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Dinoworks is a fascinating, educational and fun-filled kit that will show you what it is like to be a paleontologist in the field. Imagine you are a paleontologist and have unearthed the bones that you cast from Dinoworks. You are there from the moment the first bone is found to the thrilling finale of the unveiling of the entire skeleton on display. In the end you will have constructed your own Triceratops skeleton with casting material, molds and paint, and … Read the rest
Extra large means extra realistic! Children marvel at our jumbo-sized collection of some of the best-known dinosaurs to ever roam the planet. Child favorites such as the majestic Apatosaurus and the ferocious Tyrannosaurus rex are portrayed in the type of breathtaking realism that allows a child’s imagination to run wild. By providing educational information in five languages, we encourage children to learn about our great planet’s history.
All our products are phthalate-free and thoroughly safety tested to safeguard your child’s … Read the rest
Triceratops had a head as high as a person with two large horns and one small one as well as giant ruff. Although the Triceratops looked menacing, it fed on plants and trees. As a herbivore, it was hunted by Tyrannosaurus Rex. The front part of its jaw was shaped like a parrot’s beak which it used to tear apart the plants it ate. The Triceratops had three horns made of keratin, the same protein fingernails and hair are made … Read the rest
Dinosaur models at the Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas… Read the rest
This large ceratopsian, or horned dinosaur, is well known from fossils found in the western United States and Canada. One of the very last dinosaurs, Triceratops died out in the great extinction about 66 million years ago that signaled the end of the Mesozoic Era. Like other ceratopsians, Triceratops was a plant-eater. It had a total of up to 200 teeth in its jaws. Powerful and heavy-bodied, an adult Triceratops was probably slow on its feet. With its three sharp … Read the rest