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There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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New Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Merchandise Revealed at London Toy Fair!

Today officially marks the start of London Toy Fair at the Olympia London, and while it’s a bit early for major new reveals, some Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom products were put on display.

Thanks to Thomas Fishenden of Jurassic Park Podcast, pictures and details of the publicly revealed items are available! While most are placeholder images, it’s still exciting to see and hear about some of the new products hitting shelves this April – even if the majority remain tightly locked behind closed paddock doors.

Fallen Kingdom Merchandise Key Art Mural

The largest Jurassic product display came from Clementoni – a company that specializes in puzzles and STEM (Science, Technology, Education and Math) toys. Their product range varied from paleontology kits, to complex puzzles. The former consisted of Velociraptor (£14.99) , Tyrannosaurus Rex (£24.99), and a 3-in-1 (Rex, Ticeratops, and Pteranodon – £29.99) excavation kits – allowing kids to both unearth the faux dino fossils, and assemble them for display.

While the box art utilizes placeholder art to avoid spoilers, it’s still exciting to get a general sense of the product style.

Images courtesy of Jurassic Park Podcast

The three puzzle sets Clementoni had on display (£14.99 each) were an ‘impossible’ puzzle, a panorama, and general 104-piece set. They’re pictured below, and again are using placeholder images for rough mock-ups.

Images courtesy of Jurassic Park Podcast

Other Jurassic plush products were on display at Posh Paws, but images were not allowed. The range consisted of cute plushie dinosaurs that were stylized in a similar style to those sold for the first Jurassic World. Finally, Funko had a booth at toy fair, and while they did not have Jurassic items on display, they shared that more products and exclusives for the Jurassic Park and World Pop lines were on their way!

In case you need a refresher, check out the recently revealed Jurassic Park Funko Pops – they’re also listed below with pre-order links!

It’s an exciting time to be a Jurassic fan and collector, and with New York Toy Fair right around the corner, it seems safe to assume even more reveals are coming soon.

As always, stay tuned for more on everything Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, and sound off in the comments below to tell us what you want to see from the upcoming merchandise!

Source: Jurassic Park Podcast

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20 thoughts on “New Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Merchandise Revealed at London Toy Fair!

  1. The 3-in-1 is not Raptor, Rex & Pteranodon, but it seems a Triceratops instead of a raptor 😉
    Anyway, the merchandise looks great!

  2. Seeing the red-orange (of the lava) behind the raptor and just that colour’s presence in the marketing of this film *immediately* evokes JP1, and calls back to 93 something fierce. I feel like a (terrified) kid again, in the best way, and I couldn’t be happier 😀

  3. How ironic, I tried to turn a screenshot of the “Deus Rex Machina” scene from the trailer into a puzzle by using some overpriced puzzle app, but I guess now I don’t have to. I love the key art mural. It’s style really brings me back to Jurassic park. This all looks so good! I can’t wait for April!

  4. We will get the LEGO pictures at NYTF, a little later than expected. Since LEGO is not allowing pictures to be taken at Nuremberg. I’m excited to see what the boxart looks like (as I have already seen all the sets)! Definetely going to buy all of them!

  5. Well, the Clementino kids are just their old kits in JW packaging. The puzzles better not be final, since those are not JW related. Indeed one of them is clearly a set of out of scale Papo and Schleich Dinosaurs.

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