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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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Huge Assortment of Mattel’s 2020 Jurassic World Primal Attack Toys Revealed!

Last we promised more toy news is coming – we didn’t forget about that promise, only Battle at Big Rock threw our plans into the wind. Now that things have slowed down, we and Collect Jurassic didn’t want to keep the fans waiting any longer. Forget SDCC or New York Toy Fair reveals – we were able to get a HUGE assortment of images of Mattel’s upcoming ‘Primal Attack’ toy line, in which some are expected to ship as soon as November of this year!

Check out the images and reveals below!

Control N Conquer Carnotaurus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Control and Conquer Carnotaurus! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement and attack activation with this larger-size dinosaur action figure! Get total control of your Carnotaurus by tilting the tail up to make its head move; tail activation also makes the waist move and makes the figure twist sideways. Lift the tail up and the Carnotaurus ROARS—watch out! You can also control the roar with the button on the back of the tail. It’s awesome animated total control with roaring sound effects that kids will love!

Suspected MSRP of $29.99

Massive Biters Tarbosaurus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Total Control™ Assortment! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement and attack activation! Get total control of your dinosaur action figure and battle it out by moving the tail on the dinosaur action figure to make it move side to side for a strike or move the tail from side to side to get an awesome CHOMP! Activations vary per dinosaur action figure

Pre-order now – $19.99

Massive Biters Sarcosuchus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Massive Biters Sarcosuchus! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement and attack activation! Get total control of your dinosaur action figure and battle it out by moving the tail on the dinosaur action figure to make it move side to side for a strike or move the tail from side to side to get an awesome CHOMP! Activations vary per dinosaur action figure. Collect them all!

Pre-order now – $19.99

Sound Strike Cryolophosaurus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Sound Strike™ Assortment! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement, attack activation and sound! Get total control of your dinosaur action figure and battle it out by moving the tail on the dinosaur action figure to make it move side to side for a strike or move the tail from side to side to get an awesome CHOMP! Any of the movements activate realistic sounds for the total control dinosaur battle experience! Activations vary per dinosaur action figure.

Pre0rder now Cryolophosaurus $14.99

Sound Strike Edmontosaurus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Sound Strike™ Assortment! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement, attack activation and sound! Get total control of your dinosaur action figure and battle it out by moving the tail on the dinosaur action figure to make it move side to side for a strike or move the tail from side to side to get an awesome CHOMP! Any of the movements activate realistic sounds for the total control dinosaur battle experience! Activations vary per dinosaur action figure.

Pre-order now – $14.99

Sound Strike Triceratops

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Sound Strike™ Assortment! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement, attack activation and sound! Get total control of your dinosaur action figure and battle it out by moving the tail on the dinosaur action figure to make it move side to side for a strike or move the tail from side to side to get an awesome CHOMP! Any of the movements activate realistic sounds for the total control dinosaur battle experience! Activations vary per dinosaur action figure.

Pre-order now – $14.99

Sound Strike Pteranodon

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the Sound Strike™ Assortment! Kids can control the carnage like never before with realistic movement, attack activation and sound! Get total control of your dinosaur action figure and battle it out by moving the tail on the dinosaur action figure to make it move side to side for a strike or move the tail from side to side to get an awesome CHOMP! Any of the movements activate realistic sounds for the total control dinosaur battle experience! Activations vary per dinosaur action figure.

Pre-order now – $14.99

Savage Strike Postosuchus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the ultimate in dinosaur rivalry and battle action! These smaller-size dinosaur action figures capture the ultimate movie action with their Savage Strike attack moves iconic to their respective species. Play out movie action scenes with Savage Strike attack moves like biting, head ramming, wing flapping and more. Just press a designated area on the dinosaur action figure to make it move (each dinosaur activation varies). Figures also include articulated arms and legs, realistic sculpting and authentic decoration. Get ready to battle it out—Savage Strike style—with these fierce action figures! Each sold separately, subject to availability.

Pre-order now – $9.99

Savage Strike Sauropelta

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the ultimate in dinosaur rivalry and battle action! These smaller-size dinosaur action figures capture the ultimate movie action with their Savage Strike attack moves iconic to their respective species. Play out movie action scenes with Savage Strike attack moves like biting, head ramming, wing flapping and more. Just press a designated area on the dinosaur action figure to make it move (each dinosaur activation varies). Figures also include articulated arms and legs, realistic sculpting and authentic decoration. Get ready to battle it out—Savage Strike style—with these fierce action figures! Each sold separately, subject to availability.

Pre-order now – $9.99

Savage Strike Velociraptor

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the ultimate in dinosaur rivalry and battle action! These smaller-size dinosaur action figures capture the ultimate movie action with their Savage Strike attack moves iconic to their respective species. Play out movie action scenes with Savage Strike attack moves like biting, head ramming, wing flapping and more. Just press a designated area on the dinosaur action figure to make it move (each dinosaur activation varies). Figures also include articulated arms and legs, realistic sculpting and authentic decoration. Get ready to battle it out—Savage Strike style—with these fierce action figures! Each sold separately, subject to availability.

Velociraptor – $9.99

Savage Strike Pachycephlosaurus

Be a part of the Jurassic World adventure with the ultimate in dinosaur rivalry and battle action! These smaller-size dinosaur action figures capture the ultimate movie action with their Savage Strike attack moves iconic to their respective species. Play out movie action scenes with Savage Strike attack moves like biting, head ramming, wing flapping and more. Just press a designated area on the dinosaur action figure to make it move (each dinosaur activation varies). Figures also include articulated arms and legs, realistic sculpting and authentic decoration. Get ready to battle it out—Savage Strike style—with these fierce action figures! Each sold separately, subject to availability.

Pre-order now – $9.99

Primal Attack ‘Attack Pack’ Assortment

These are small basic dinosaurs that run at a MSRP of $7.99. In the assortment image we see a green Dracorex repaint, red Rhamphorhynchus, red Minmi, plus repacks of the Herrerasaurus and Protoceratops (perhaps subject to change). Most excitingly we have two brand new species who’s names we’re unsure of, though we have guesses. There’s the blue Iguanadon-like dinosaur we believe to do Callovosaurus, and the slender brown dinosaur we think may be Ornitholestes.

Primal Attack ‘Battle Damage’ Assortment

Similar to the Savage Strike assortment, these are smaller but more deluxe dinosaurs that are exclusive to Walmart in the United States. As the name suggests and you no doubt know, they feature slide away dino-damage play features. In the assortment we see a yellow Triceratops repaint, grey Velociraptor repaint, and Stygimoloch re-release. The stand out is brand new green carnivorous dinosaur who’s species I’m uncertain on.

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Following those more involved core lineup reveals, we also have a few looks from the other parts of the Mattel Jurassic World toy line, including mini’s, role play, and more!

Mini Blind Bag Dinos

Basic Budget 6 inch Assortment

Basic Budget 12 inch Assortment

Basic masks

Snap Squad Assortment

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Phew – that’s a lot of toys! That wraps up our reveals for the upcoming Mattel Jurassic World toys for now, though we do expect more information, pictures, and even species to hit in the future as we get closer to release. We’re unsure on the ID of some of the toys, but it’s even possible some of these new dinosaur designs are straight from the upcoming Dreamworks series Camp Cretaceous, which Mattel confirmed will be part of the line up.

Let us know which of these toys are your favorite in the comments below, and as always, stay tuned for the latest news!


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34 thoughts on “Huge Assortment of Mattel’s 2020 Jurassic World Primal Attack Toys Revealed!

    1. instead of shelf warming repaints like the Stygimoloch and yet another Herrerasaurus. How about getting those Plesiosaurs out with these? is there anyway we can tell Mattel they are making a mistake?

      1. If you’re over the age of 10, the only ones you could be justified in owning are the Super Rex, Super Brachiosaurus, Real-Feel Mosasaurus and the Destroy n Devour Indominus rex.

        90% of these are for little kids.

  1. so 9 figures to hunt down and maybe the carno… my wallet is crying and i haven’t even gotten all the dino rivals figures i want yet never mind the brachiosaurus and other legacy figures i want but can’t get because im in Canada and target sucks.

  2. I would like so much, that Mattel also does, as long as the proportions and details of these dinos’ figures are well respected:
    -The Tarbosaurus of “Primal Attack” with some modifications: especially the smaller feet
    https://1850516970.rsc.cdn77.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/BDDefinitionDinosaursAlive3D-6-1080.jpg ;
    -deinonychus: feet as small as this model and the head as large https://i.imgur.com/btTts6T.jpg
    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/j5z9_uDhPgc/maxresdefault.jpg ;
    -Utahraptor https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D4Afs3WW4AAFwa2.jpg
    https://jurassicworldalive.gamepress.gg/sites/jurassicworldalive/files/2019-06/Utahraptor-profile.png
    based on the indoraptor of “Grab ‘n Growl Indoraptor” or “Lockwood Ultimate Battle Set” where you just have to change hands and head;
    – JP3 male raptor based on this model https://i.ytimg.com/vi/p4miFQJD2PM/maxresdefault.jpg not forgetting to add the thorns or proto feathers behind the head
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7qMJiVVAAEiUml.jpg but especially the feet as small and the head as big;
    -The volcano Mount Sibo (30 to 50 centimeters wide), deinosuchus, purussaurus, skeleton Apatosaurus STEM;
    -The skeleton of “t-rex STEM Paleontologist Kit” with some modifications: the tail a little longer (measuring at least half of the body), maybe the feet a little smaller and the skull more based on the t- rex AMNH 5027;
    For the velociraptors of JURASSIC WORLD: AMBER COLLECTION: the smaller feet and perhaps the jaws a little longer. I hope so much that Mattel will do the same with the t-rex of “Jurassic World”, The Lost World and JP3 (although they will be the same size as the “Super Colossal Tyrannosaurus Rex”) as long as they respect the proportions like the size of the feet and the head compared to the rest of the body; as well as with the male rapper JP3 where it would just change the colors, the head and add thorns or proto feathers behind the head.
    -After the “Alpha Training Blue”, I hope so much that they will do the same for the t-rex taking care to respect the proportions and details: not big feet, jaws not short, scars, eyes located frontally, and the remote would look like a flare.
    -For “Extreme Chompin ‘T-Rex”: especially smaller feet and a little longer tail (measuring half the total length of the body);
    -For the t-rex and velociraptor of “BASIC BUDGET 6 INCH ASSORTMENT”: especially the smaller and shorter feet.
    -For the velociraptors of “Battle Damage”, “Attack Pack” and “Savage Strike”: the head a little bigger, the jaws less convex on the sides and especially the smaller feet.
    -a t-rex in “BASIC BUDGET 12 INCH ASSORTMENT”
    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/dinosauriosdgmp/images/5/52/Spineci8.png/revision/latest?cb=20110716131515&path-prefix=es
    respecting the proportions and details: the feet are not big, the tail as long as the half of the body, the jaws not short https://i.pinimg.com/originals/e4/9d/f8/e49df82ca55aaea8dd424467a28ba204.jpg
    -teratophoneus https://scontent-lht6-1.cdninstagram.com/v/t51.2885-15/e35/64224092_148290476245763_4411922778975065616_n.jpg?_nc_ht=scontent-lht6-1.cdninstagram.com&_nc_cat=111&se=8&oh=1e211335133e325f56bd9c17773b0bcf&oe=5E0D7432&ig_cache_key=MjA3MjgyNDU1NjQxMTA5OTIyNw==.2 (feet not so tall, tail and jaws as long);
    -For “MINI BLIND BAG DINOS” especially the smaller and shorter feet for bipedal dinosaurs.

      1. You’re not looking for toys with standards and desires like that, mate. You’ll want the old vinyl kits or new statues from Ironworks or something.

  3. My god who approved some of the color schemes? Hard pass on over half of these atrocities. Plus Mattel is being idiots by robbing us, and their chosen audience, of human figures. Dino on dino play is only fun for so long, unfortunately they don’t seem to realize that instead of adding vehicles and humans which add multiple layers and imagination. It’ll bite them in the ass and i’m just gonna laugh.

    1. They basically crap them out. If they have some red left over from another toy and a mould that could be slightly tweaked to look like something else, then BAM! Brand new toy assortment!

    2. You know, they do no make more humans because humans proved to be shelfwarmers. Even if they made more, the stores would not stock them.

      1. Yeah but from what i’ve seen the Dino Rivals line is twenty times worse as shelf warmers. None of the stores in my area have moved product in weeks so it’s not the human figures that are the problem obviously.

  4. i’ve always thought no matter how good they are, the toys will always look poorly proportioned, with wide heads and overlarge feet. i do like the JWE models like sauropelta and edmontosaurus though.

    1. Well, the feet are for stability issues. If you want a figure to stand, it would either have big feet, be a tripod ( with either an arm or the tail as a “third leg” ) or have a base. I think it i kinda obvious what is the best choice for an action figure out of these.

      1. Nah, small, more realistic feet are possible while maintaining balance. Other companies which sell their articulated toys cheaper show this for example geoworld: https://www.prehome.sk/files/styles/uc_product_full/public/product/8033576211756.jpg?itok=BOY2RdXn . Mattel just needs to overthink their overall concept of the bipedal figures. For most Mattel bipedㅡsaurs you find in stores right now:
        1:Heads are are unrealistically oversized = tendency to fall over frontward (smaller i.e. lighter heads would reduce this tendency)
        2.Tails are too short(unrealistic, worst example is the legacy Spino:tail looks ridiculously tiny), hollow and too thin at the tailbase .make them longer and not as hollow as the tails are right now. Tails could be made of some rubber like material (geoworld does this with their el cheapo large Rex from the link above). This again would reduce the tendency to fall over frontward. If the tail for a specific figures package should become too long – sculpt a swung tail form instead of a straight form.
        3: Make the (smaller!!) feet and the lower part of the legs or the whole legs out of solid plastic. (this adds weight to the centre of the figure = better standing ability) or even better: use solid rubber like material for the legs, which is heavier, again Geoworld does this on their Rex which one can buy for 15 Euro new. This should not be a commercial for that figure by the way, it’s just an example of a cheaply built toy that of course has major different flaws (i.e. you cannot close that “articulated” jaw at all=ridiculous) BUT: The Geoworld Rex can even stand even though its feet are standing in parallel and not spread as the feet are for most Mattel bipeds and you can lean it over with the leg joints forward until the lower jaw or backward the tail almost touches the ground and still it does not fall over.

  5. I think these are great toys. I would have loved them if I was a kid. (Only at heart now though). But I don’t feel a need to collect them.I have a few of the ones I like but that’s it. I love looking at the stuff that people create with them on my Instagram. And luckiley there is some insanely good collector stuff being produced right now. So I can still get my jp fix. (That w-dragon spino looks legit)

  6. I would love to see more human figures:
    1. Billy from JP3
    2. Dr. Sarah Harding
    3. Eddie Carr from TLW
    4. Nerdy
    5. Nick Van Owen
    6. Barry from JW
    7. Roland Tembo from TLW
    8. Dieter Stark from TLW
    9. Dr. Robert Burke from TLW
    10. Ray Arnold from JP
    11. Dr. Henry Wu

  7. So none of these will actually be released in time for Christmas?? I know most people here are collectors but my son and nephew are obsessed with these. Thats all I’ve gifted the last two years. Even in their Easter baskets. Just makes no sense to release toys the month of or after Christmas?

  8. We need a mini Corythosaurus and Gallimimus for the mini dino collection. Natusoceratops would be nice as well but the Galli would be nice to at least say the full JP roster is there!

    I’d love to pick up a lot of these, it’s a beautiful line, but my collecting days can’t be justified anymore 🙁

  9. i think the blue and orange dino is iguanodon and the slender brown dino is either a repaint of coelurus or coelophysis because if it was Ornitholestes it would have a small horn like protrusion on its snout

    1. Sorry, I saw this and figured I’d point out that Ornitholestes didn’t actually have a nasal horn. Gregory Paul thought it did in one of his books because a piece of bone of the skull points upwards like a hook, but it has been pointed out to him that it was a broken bone caused by the skull being crushed during fossilization. He later removed the horn from the illustration in the book.

    2. I saw this comment earlier today and just wanted to point out that Ornitholestes didn’t actually have a nasal crest or horn. Gregory Paul interpreted a piece of bone sticking upwards on the end of the skull as a horn and drew Ornitholestes with one in one of his books. It was pointed out to him that the bone wasn’t a horn but a piece of bone crushed during fossilization, so he removed the horn from later editions of the book.

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