Dinosaur archaeological toys that can dig and fight, simulate the real excavation process, and be an archaeologist once


Digging for dinosaur fossils has always been a cool thing. From the excavation of the giant beast to the restoration of the skeleton, every link is exciting. The dinosaur excavation assembly toy recommended today can allow children to learn about fossils and archeology through the game process of simulating excavation, and develop interest and curiosity in paleontological knowledge.

At the same time, children will also have a general understanding of archaeologists' field operations and fossil excavation methods, ensuring that children can immerse themselves in the entire process of archaeology, feel the sense of accomplishment of digging out fossils, and stimulate scientific interest.

The gameplay of the archaeological simulation set can be divided into 6 steps: chiseling, spraying, digging, brushing, taking, and fighting. The excavation process is simple but fun: from excavation to the formation of dinosaur skeletons, you can experience it all in one package.

Although the whole set received a complete piece of plaster, with the included chisel and hammer, the plaster was knocked into pieces in an instant, which will be very helpful for the subsequent excavation.

While knocking, pour some water on the gypsum properly, which can effectively reduce the dust from the gypsum.

When digging, pay attention to controlling the strength, it is not good to hurt the precious fossils~ After digging to a certain extent, the dust on the surface can be swept aside with a brush.

Finally, gently take out the complete dinosaur fossils, carefully observe the bone structure, and after a little brainstorming, you can assemble a majestic dinosaur skeleton.

There are point-to-point accurate buckles between the skeletons, and the inlaying feels very good. Children's hand-eye coordination and spatial imagination can be exercised.

Currently, there are 15 models of this dinosaur fossil excavation simulation set to choose from, among which Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Crocodile and Pliosaurus also have cool luminous skeleton versions.

There is manual excavation in the front, and bone assembly in the back. With the two ways of playing, children's logical thinking ability and hands-on ability can also be improved.

Tyrannosaurus rex is a carnivorous dinosaur from the late Cretaceous 68 million years ago. It can be said to be the star of dinosaurs and a frequent visitor to various documentaries and movies. Adults can reach a body length of 12 meters, making them one of the largest land predators that ever lived on Earth. With its powerful bite and strong teeth, it could tear apart the skin and flesh of other dinosaurs with ease.


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Triceratops was a large herbivorous dinosaur that lived about 68 million years ago. The head has the iconic three large horns, which give it powerful attack and defense capabilities, and a huge beak-like mouth, which can be used to cut off the stems and leaves of plants.

regular edition

Luminous version

Stegosaurus was a large herbivorous dinosaur that lived in the Late Jurassic period. The back is covered with a row of tall spines, very conspicuous. There are also four rod-shaped bony nubs at the end of the tail. They always operate in groups, relying on numbers to deal with external threats, like a tank squad.

regular edition

Luminous version

Crocodile is a large reptile that lived in the late Cretaceous period, with a length of about 10 meters and a weight of about 4-5 tons. It is one of the largest known crocodiles. The head is very huge, the mouth is long and wide, and can be opened to 2 meters wide, which can easily bite off the body of a large dinosaur.


regular edition

Luminous version

Pliosaurus is a marine predator that lived in the late Jurassic period. A pair of flippers help them swim faster, and whip-shaped limbs help them balance. The jaws are large and powerful, with razor-sharp teeth menacing.

regular edition

Luminous version

Pterosaurs lived from the Late Triassic to the end of the Cretaceous, and there are more than 100 different species. The more well-known Fengshen pterosaurs and Hatzigo pterosaurs have a wingspan of more than 12 meters, teeth 10 centimeters long, and huge sharp beaks. They are undoubtedly irreplaceable overlords in the air.

A woolly mammoth with two long tusks in style. It used to be one of the largest elephants in the world and one of the largest mammals that ever lived on land. Among them, the grassland mammoth weighed up to 12 tons and was a behemoth in the Ice Age.

Piranha, also known as piranha, is a fish distributed in the Amazon River in South America. They often attack large animals in groups. After biting their prey, they bite tightly and tear the meat off by twisting their bodies. They can bite off 16 cubic centimeters of meat in one bite. Such ferocious habits make it a frightening element in many horror movies.

Many people mistake ancient spiders and ancient scorpions for insects, but in fact they do not have the classification characteristics of insects, and they are not insects at all. But as a species that has lived on the earth for hundreds of millions of years, the unique appearance of the two impresses many people. They tremble when they mention it, and even engrave their fear of them in their DNA.

The fossil body in each set is non-toxic, odorless and light in weight, and is made of PP polypropylene material, suitable for children over 3 years old to play.

In addition, this set is also very suitable for parents to accompany their children to experience together. It not only cultivates concentration but also exercises patience. It is another good way for parent-child interaction.

During a burst of tapping, it is easy to cultivate children's concentration, thirst for knowledge, and feel the fun of exploring nature. Friends who are eager to arrange it quickly~

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