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As much as we love the freedom and creativity imparted upon us with a giant pile of plastic LEGO bricks and no final goal in site, we also appreciate everything that goes into the creation of LEGO Ideas sets with finished products like LEGO versions of Steamboat Willie, a Toyota Landcruiser 40 Series, the set from Senfield, and the Ferrari Showroom. That being said, it should come as absolutely no surprise that we’re chomping at the prehistoric bit to assemble the almost thousand piece set (910 pieces if you want to get particular) that includes both Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops skeleton models, along with a Pteranodon skeleton toy. Each of the three models are assembled to 1:32 scale, can be adjusted to lifelike poses and comes with their own stands so you can create your own museum-style display. The LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils kit will be available beginning on November 1st.


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