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Welcome everyone to the Store for Knowledge dinosaur toys category. If you are looking for anything dinosaur related, you’re almost sure to find it here! Within our dinosaur collection you will find hundreds of dinosaur gifts, toys, games, models, replicas, play sets, puzzles, and more! A love for paleontology and geology was part of the inspiration that lead founder Paul Baker to create Store for Knowledge back in 2001.

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2018 Wild Safari Hyaenodon Gigas Toy Model

2018 Wild Safari Hyaenodon Gigas Toy Model

2018 Wild Safari Hyaenodon Gigas Toy Model The Hyaenodon Gigas was a fierce predator for over 25 million years, from the Eocene Period to the Miocene Period. Though the name references hyena, the two animals are not closely related. Hyaenodon Gigas looked and behaved closer to a modern day wolf. The Hyaenodon Gigas was widespread, and found over Africa, Asia, North America, and Europe. It is one of the largest species during its time, growing over 10 feet long, 5 feet tall, and weighing…

Safari Dinosaur Monolophosaurus Toy Model

Safari Dinosaur Monolophosaurus Toy Model

Monolophosaurus was a medium sized theropod dinosaur (about 16 feet long) that lived during the Middle Jurassic Period (about 165 million years ago) in what is now China. Scientific Name: Monolophosaurus, meaning ‘single-crested lizard’ Characteristics: The most conspicuous characteristic of Monolophosaurus is the single crest on the top of the animal’s head. Although Monolophosaurus looks a bit like the more famous Tyrannosaurus rex, it is much smaller and more primitive. Although it is…

Safari Dinosaur Pteranodon Toy Model

Safari Dinosaur Pteranodon Toy Model

Pteranodon was a huge flying reptile with a wingspan of over 20 feet. It belonged to an extinct group of reptiles called pterosaurs. Pterosaurs were not dinosaurs, but were closely related. Pteranodon lived during the Cretaceous Period, about 86 million years ago in what is now western North America. AlthoughPteranodon and other pterosaurs resembled modern bats, they were not related. Scientific Name: Pteranodon, meaning roughly ‘toothless wing’. Characteristics: Although the first…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Vagaceratops Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Vagaceratops Toy Model

Vagaceratops was named in 2010 and showed that horned dinosaurs were more diverse than previously supposed. This four-legged plant eater lived in North America during the late Cretaceous, 75 million years ago. Scientific Name: Vagaceratops irvinensis Characteristics: Vagaceratops had a short horn on its none, a curved beak, and a distinctive square bony frill on the back of its head. The flat rear edge of the frill was covered with a row of bony projections or ‘hornlets’. Vagaceratops walked…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Styracosaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Styracosaurus Toy Model

Second perhaps only to Triceratops as the most well-known Ceratopsian, Styracosaurus lacked the eyebrow horns of its cousin, but more than made up for it with 4-6 long spikes on its neck frill, and a nose horn that could measure up to two feet long! Scientific Name: Styracosaurus (Spiked Lizard) Characteristics: This Styracosaurus figure features the typical Ceratopsian body, with four legs, a short tail, and a scaly hide with smaller scales intermittently broken up by larger ones, based on…

2019 Safari Dinosaur ApatosaurusToy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur ApatosaurusToy Model

Apatosaurus was a sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic Period (about 152 million years ago) in what is now western North America. It was a large animal, being at least 70 feet in length, ad weighted about 20 tons, but some old adults were probably a lot bigger. Scientific Name: Apatosaurus Characteristics: Apatosaurus was a large quadrupedal dinosaur with a long neck and whip-like tail. Like most sauropods, it had a stout body, and its front legs were slightly shorter than…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Camarasaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Camarasaurus Toy Model

Camarasaurus was a large sauropod dinosaur, growing up to 75 feet long. It lived during the Late Jurassic Period, 150 million years ago, and is known to have tussled with the predatory Allosaurus. Scientific Name: Camarasaurus, meaning ‘Chambered lizard’ Characteristics: This hand-painted figure features accurate details of Camarasaurus’s distinctive features, including its blunt, squarish head and relatively short neck (for a sauropod). Size and Color: : This Camarasaurus figure is 13 ½…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Carnotaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Carnotaurus Toy Model

One of the most unique Theropod dinosaurs ever discovered, Carnotaurus had many features that make it unlike any other dinosaur, including its unusually deep skull topped with two short, spiky horns. This meat eater lived around 70 million years ago in what is now Argentina. Scientific Name: Carnotaurus (“Meat-eating Bull”)sastrei Characteristics: This Carnotaurus figure is scientifically accurate and highly detailed, showing off this dinosaur’s many unique traits, including its deep skull…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Diabloceratops Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Diabloceratops Toy Model

Diabloceratops is an early member of the Ceratopsidae, or horned dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous (81-76 million year ago) of Utah. Like all horned dinosaurs, it was quadrupedal (four footed), had horns on its head, and a bony frill that extended from the back of the skull to cover the neck. Scientific Name: Diabloceratops, meaning ‘devil horn face’. Characteristics: Diabloceratops, at 18 feet total length, was a medium sized horned dinosaur. It had one large horn over each…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Elasmosaurus Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Elasmosaurus Toy Model

Elasmosaurus was a large marine reptile that lived during the Late Cretaceous (about 80 million years ago) in a shallow sea that once covered what is now central North America. It belonged to a group of reptiles called plesiosaurs which are characterized by the possession of a very long neck, small head, turtle-shaped body with flippers rather than legs, and a short tail. Scientific Name: Elasmosaurus, which means ‘thin plate lizard’. This odd name refers to the thin, plate-like bones in the…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Carcharodontosaurus Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Carcharodontosaurus Toy Model

Carcharodontosaurus was one of the largest meat-eating dinosaurs of all time. This terrifying theropod was named after the great white shark, Carcharodon, and rivalled the mighty T. rex in both size and ferocity. It prowled the river deltas of northern Africa during the Late Cretaceous, 93 million years ago. Scientific Name: Carcharodontosaurus saharicus Characteristics: Carcharodontosaurus is a giant two-legged carnivore with a large narrow head, jaws filled with sharp blade-like teeth, and…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Suchomimus Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Suchomimus Toy Model

Suchomimus was a theropod dinosaur that lived in the Lower Cretaceous (about 120 million years ago) in what is now Niger, Africa. ‘Suchomimus’ literally means ‘crocodile mimic’. Scientific Name: Suchomimus tenerensis Characteristics: Like many theropods, Suchomimuswas large, at least 30 feet long. In contrast to most theropods, the skull of Suchomimus was extremely thin and had a low profile. Its jaws were long and slender, and contained a total of about 120 conical teeth that did not…

Safari Dinosaur Gryposaurus Toy Model

Safari Dinosaur Gryposaurus Toy Model

Gryposaurus, also known as the ‘hooked-nose lizard’, was a ‘duck-billed dinosaur’ with a prominent nose. This herbivore occupied North America during the Cretaceous Period, approximately 80 million years ago. Scientific Name: Gryposaurus notabilis Characteristics: Gryposaurus had a distinctive skull with a raised nose, broad beak, and batteries of blunt teeth for grinding up plants. It had long strong hind legs and feet with three large toes that end in hoof-like claws. It had shorter arms…

Safari Dinosaur Doedi curusToy Model

Safari Dinosaur Doedicurus Toy Model

Doedicurus is an extinct armored plant-eating armadillo. Its heavy bony armor and spiked tail club helped protect it from sabre-toothed predators and other hunters. It was part of the South American Pleistocene megafauna 1.8 million to 11,000 thousand years ago. Scientific Name: Doedicurus clavicaudatus Characteristics: Doedicurus was built like a small tank with a spectacular domed ‘shell’. It also had a distinctive tail with an armored ‘tube’, and a dangerous spiked club on the end. It…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Brachiosaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Brachiosaurus Toy Model

Brachiosaurus was one of the tallest long-necked dinosaurs. This ground shaking herbivore occupied North America during the Late Jurassic, about 153 million years ago. Scientific Name: Brachiosaurus altithorax Characteristics: Brachiosaurus was a long-necked plant eater with a tiny skull relative to the size of its giant body. It had simple peg-like teeth for stripping leaves, a long neck, and a medium-sized tail.Brachiosaurus walked on all fours but its front legs were longer than its hind…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Brachiosaurus Baby Toy Model

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Brachiosaurus was a large herbivorous sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic Period (155-150 million years ago) in what is now western North America. Scientific Name: Branchiosaurus Characteristics: Brachiosaurus had a small head, long neck and tail, and a huge, barrel-shaped body. Like all sauropod dinosaurs, they walked on all fours, but unique to sauropods, the front legs were longer, not shorter, than the hind legs. This, and the long neck, allowed it to reach far into the…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Pachyrhinosaurus Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Pachyrhinosaurus Toy Model

Pachyrinosaurus is a ‘horned dinosaur’ with a difference. It has a huge bony lump on its nose instead of large horns. It browsed for plants in North America during the Late Cretaceous, 69 million years ago, where it was among the last and largest of its kind. Scientific Name: Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai Characteristics: Pachyrhinosaurus had a large head with a curved beak, a frill with projecting horns, a large roughened lump or ‘boss’ on top of its nose, and a pair of small bosses above its…

Stuffed Dinosaurs - Plush Dinosaurs

Small Squeezable Brachiosaurus Dinosaur Toy

Educational Toys, Kits & Gifts - Science and Nature

Squeezable Brachiosaurus dinosaur has detailed painting and is hollow, with soft super pliable skin. He measure about 6 inches. Great soft, squishy, and squeezable dinosaur toy for the dinosaur lover.

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14" Plush Dinosaur - Stegosaurus

This cute and cuddly herbivore features cloth spikes, and a colorful pattern! The stegosaurus is 14 inches long, and is soft and squishy! The perfect friend for our smallest paleontologists. Check out all 4 dinosaurs in this collection; the T-Rex, triceretops, stegasaurus, and the apatosaurus! For larger quantities not available on our site click here

Wild Republic Stuffed Triceratops Zoo Baby Puppet

Wild Republic Stuffed Triceratops Zoo Baby Puppet

Wild Republic successfully provides a wide range of interactive and innovative toys that spark the imagination and make learning fun. Wild Republic has been delighting and educating children with an expansive collection of nature-related toys and gifts since 1979 Ages 3+ For larger quantities not available on our site click here

Cuddle Zoo Triceratops - Stuffed Animal Dinosaur Toy 12

Cuddle Zoo Triceratops - Stuffed Animal Dinosaur Toy 12"

Cuddle Zoo Triceratops The CuddleZoo™ collection of lovable plush creatures are all made from super soft premium-quality material, have lots of fun realistic features and are irresistibly huggable! Children will love to cuddle them, parents will love their great value! 18" high Ages 18 months+ **Winner of Creative Child Magazine's 2012 Top Toy of the Year Award! ** **Winner of Creative Child Magazine's 2012 Seal Of Excellence Award! ** For larger quantities not available on our site…

Cuddle Zoo Parasaurolophus Plush Dinosaur 12

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Cuddle Zoo Parasaurolophus Plush Dinosaur 12" This quality WowToyz Cuddle Zoo Triceratops dinosaur plush stuffed animal toy measures 12 inches. Made from super soft premium-quality material. Realistic features and irresistibly huggable. Children love to cuddle them, parents love their great value! Ages 3+ For larger quantities not available on our site click here

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Inflatable Dinosaurs

Triceratops Inflatable Dinosaur 44

Triceratops Inflatable Dinosaur 44"

Triceratops Inflatable Dinosaur 44

Stegosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 46

Stegosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 46"

Stegosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 46

Spinosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 48

Spinosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 48"

Spinosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 48

Triceratops Inflatable Dinosaur 44

Triceratops Inflatable Dinosaur 44"

Triceratops Inflatable Dinosaur 44

Stegosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 46

Stegosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 46"

Stegosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 46

Spinosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 48

Spinosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 48"

Spinosaurus Inflatable Dinosaur 48

Small Squeezable Brachiosaurus Dinosaur Toy

Educational Toys, Kits & Gifts - Science and Nature

Squeezable Brachiosaurus dinosaur has detailed painting and is hollow, with soft super pliable skin. He measure about 6 inches. Great soft, squishy, and squeezable dinosaur toy for the dinosaur lover.

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14" Plush Dinosaur - Stegosaurus

This cute and cuddly herbivore features cloth spikes, and a colorful pattern! The stegosaurus is 14 inches long, and is soft and squishy! The perfect friend for our smallest paleontologists. Check out all 4 dinosaurs in this collection; the T-Rex, triceretops, stegasaurus, and the apatosaurus! For larger quantities not available on our site click here

Wild Republic Stuffed Triceratops Zoo Baby Puppet

Wild Republic Stuffed Triceratops Zoo Baby Puppet

Wild Republic successfully provides a wide range of interactive and innovative toys that spark the imagination and make learning fun. Wild Republic has been delighting and educating children with an expansive collection of nature-related toys and gifts since 1979 Ages 3+ For larger quantities not available on our site click here

Cuddle Zoo Triceratops - Stuffed Animal Dinosaur Toy 12

Cuddle Zoo Triceratops - Stuffed Animal Dinosaur Toy 12"

Cuddle Zoo Triceratops The CuddleZoo™ collection of lovable plush creatures are all made from super soft premium-quality material, have lots of fun realistic features and are irresistibly huggable! Children will love to cuddle them, parents will love their great value! 18" high Ages 18 months+ **Winner of Creative Child Magazine's 2012 Top Toy of the Year Award! ** **Winner of Creative Child Magazine's 2012 Seal Of Excellence Award! ** For larger quantities not available on our site…

Cuddle Zoo Parasaurolophus Plush Dinosaur 12

Educational Toys, Kits & Gifts - Science and Nature

Cuddle Zoo Parasaurolophus Plush Dinosaur 12" This quality WowToyz Cuddle Zoo Triceratops dinosaur plush stuffed animal toy measures 12 inches. Made from super soft premium-quality material. Realistic features and irresistibly huggable. Children love to cuddle them, parents love their great value! Ages 3+ For larger quantities not available on our site click here

2018 Wild Safari Hyaenodon Gigas Toy Model

2018 Wild Safari Hyaenodon Gigas Toy Model

2018 Wild Safari Hyaenodon Gigas Toy Model The Hyaenodon Gigas was a fierce predator for over 25 million years, from the Eocene Period to the Miocene Period. Though the name references hyena, the two animals are not closely related. Hyaenodon Gigas looked and behaved closer to a modern day wolf. The Hyaenodon Gigas was widespread, and found over Africa, Asia, North America, and Europe. It is one of the largest species during its time, growing over 10 feet long, 5 feet tall, and weighing…

Safari Dinosaur Monolophosaurus Toy Model

Safari Dinosaur Monolophosaurus Toy Model

Monolophosaurus was a medium sized theropod dinosaur (about 16 feet long) that lived during the Middle Jurassic Period (about 165 million years ago) in what is now China. Scientific Name: Monolophosaurus, meaning ‘single-crested lizard’ Characteristics: The most conspicuous characteristic of Monolophosaurus is the single crest on the top of the animal’s head. Although Monolophosaurus looks a bit like the more famous Tyrannosaurus rex, it is much smaller and more primitive. Although it is…

Safari Dinosaur Pteranodon Toy Model

Safari Dinosaur Pteranodon Toy Model

Pteranodon was a huge flying reptile with a wingspan of over 20 feet. It belonged to an extinct group of reptiles called pterosaurs. Pterosaurs were not dinosaurs, but were closely related. Pteranodon lived during the Cretaceous Period, about 86 million years ago in what is now western North America. AlthoughPteranodon and other pterosaurs resembled modern bats, they were not related. Scientific Name: Pteranodon, meaning roughly ‘toothless wing’. Characteristics: Although the first…

2019 Safari Dinosaur Vagaceratops Toy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur Vagaceratops Toy Model

Vagaceratops was named in 2010 and showed that horned dinosaurs were more diverse than previously supposed. This four-legged plant eater lived in North America during the late Cretaceous, 75 million years ago. Scientific Name: Vagaceratops irvinensis Characteristics: Vagaceratops had a short horn on its none, a curved beak, and a distinctive square bony frill on the back of its head. The flat rear edge of the frill was covered with a row of bony projections or ‘hornlets’. Vagaceratops walked…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Styracosaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Styracosaurus Toy Model

Second perhaps only to Triceratops as the most well-known Ceratopsian, Styracosaurus lacked the eyebrow horns of its cousin, but more than made up for it with 4-6 long spikes on its neck frill, and a nose horn that could measure up to two feet long! Scientific Name: Styracosaurus (Spiked Lizard) Characteristics: This Styracosaurus figure features the typical Ceratopsian body, with four legs, a short tail, and a scaly hide with smaller scales intermittently broken up by larger ones, based on…

2019 Safari Dinosaur ApatosaurusToy Model

2019 Safari Dinosaur ApatosaurusToy Model

Apatosaurus was a sauropod dinosaur that lived during the Late Jurassic Period (about 152 million years ago) in what is now western North America. It was a large animal, being at least 70 feet in length, ad weighted about 20 tons, but some old adults were probably a lot bigger. Scientific Name: Apatosaurus Characteristics: Apatosaurus was a large quadrupedal dinosaur with a long neck and whip-like tail. Like most sauropods, it had a stout body, and its front legs were slightly shorter than…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Camarasaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Camarasaurus Toy Model

Camarasaurus was a large sauropod dinosaur, growing up to 75 feet long. It lived during the Late Jurassic Period, 150 million years ago, and is known to have tussled with the predatory Allosaurus. Scientific Name: Camarasaurus, meaning ‘Chambered lizard’ Characteristics: This hand-painted figure features accurate details of Camarasaurus’s distinctive features, including its blunt, squarish head and relatively short neck (for a sauropod). Size and Color: : This Camarasaurus figure is 13 ½…

2018 Safari Dinosaur Carnotaurus Toy Model

2018 Safari Dinosaur Carnotaurus Toy Model

One of the most unique Theropod dinosaurs ever discovered, Carnotaurus had many features that make it unlike any other dinosaur, including its unusually deep skull topped with two short, spiky horns. This meat eater lived around 70 million years ago in what is now Argentina. Scientific Name: Carnotaurus (“Meat-eating Bull”)sastrei Characteristics: This Carnotaurus figure is scientifically accurate and highly detailed, showing off this dinosaur’s many unique traits, including its deep skull…