Build Your Own T-Rex Skeleton With The LEGO Dinosaur Fossils Kit

Oct 17, 2019

Category: Gear

While we love LEGO and all their in-house projects, we’re enamored by their community-driven Ideas program — which allows everyday fans to build their own kits with the potential to put them into production as official LEGO projects. Their latest and greatest fanmade-build-turned-official is a blast from the distant past — the Dinosaur Fossils kit.

If you’ve ever found yourself fascinated by the towering skeletons at your local natural history museum, then this pint-sized tribute is going to be right up your alley. The kit is comprised of over 900 pieces and allows users to build a trio of dinosaur skeletons: a tyrannosaurus rex, triceratops, and pterodactyl — all at 1:32 scale. Even sized down, that means the T-rex measures up at 15″ in length, making this a fairly sizeable kit. It also comes with a duo of minifigs, museum-style placards and stands, and more. This prehistoric LEGO Ideas project will be available on November 1st for just $60.

Purchase: $60

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