Mega Dinosaur Fossil Dig with
2 Dino Action Figures by
T-REX AND TRICERATOPS FIGURES - Children will have a blast with these high quality hand painted action figures, each with a movable joint!
DIG UP 3 REAL FOSSILS - Uncover 3 real fossils that are millions of years old. Impress your friends and add them to your collection
EXCITEMENT AND LEARNING - Let National Geographic take you on an exciting learning adventure through the prehistoric age
ULTIMATE DINOSAUR SCIENCE KIT - Two dinosaur figures, dig brick with 3 real fossils, digging tools, magnifying glass, and learning guide!
RESPECTED QUALITY - Providing children with the best educational toys, this kit is backed by National Geographic's 100% satisfaction guarantee
The Ultimate Dinosaur Science Kit for the Ultimate Dinosaur Enthusiast!
National Geographic’s Mega Dinosaur Dig is an exciting hands-on adventure that boys and girls love! Your child will love playing with these high quality dinosaur figures that are hand painted and incredibly durable. Then they will become a real paleontologist as they uncover fossils that are millions of years old. Children will use the full-color learning guide to identify and learn all about each specimen they uncover! Spark your child’s love of history and science, and teach them all about dinosaurs with this deluxe kit from National Geographic.
This science kit includes: One digging brick containing 3 ancient fossils (dino bone, mosasaur tooth, dino poop), archeological digging tools, T-Rex action figure with movable jaw, Triceratops action figure with movable neck, full-color learning guide, and magnifying glass.
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