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rvandusen Supporting Member of TMP19 Oct 2023 4:42 p.m. PST

Not too bad for a small armored dinosaur. A few years back, Schleich made a set of small dinosaurs that were sold at Barnes and Noble. I still have a Triceratops and an Ankylosaurus(or Saichania?)that are quite nice for plastic toys. They are roughly 1?100th-15 mm.They fit in fine with Kaiyodo "dino-tales capsule models.

companycmd04 Apr 2024 2:59 a.m. PST

not an adult dino; its a child so imagine the size of the adult.

My work on a 15mm Jurassic Park Miniature Game continues with 3d printed stuff. I will make the announcement when done in 2024.

Hasbro turned down the original idea; this time I am building more of a boardgame style with miniatures.

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