Dino Pals On Sale Now At ThinkGeek Perfect For Kids

Posted: Aug 9 2010, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 8:48am CDT, in News | Shopping Tips


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Dino Pals are available at thinkgeek for $14.99.

Do you know someone who loves dinosaurs? Most people know at least one kid or adult for that matter that loves anything and everything that has to do with dinosaurs. Well now there is a fun new fun way for kids three years and up to play with animated dinosaurs.

These baby dinosaurs come to life, pet their back to make them move and talk. The T-Rex has a great roar, when you pet the Stegosaurus on his back he will wag his tail and bob up and down while chatting with you. The baby Pterodactyl will flap his wings and chew on your finger if you stick it in his mouth. Each dinosaur has such a unique and fun way to interact with your kids. They are plush and a perfect friend for your little one. They require 3 AAA batteries that are included. These are a must have for the dinosaur lover in your life. Get yours today.

Dino Pals are available at thinkgeek for $14.99.

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