Sound the horns for the duck-billed Parasaurolophus, a bellowing herbivore from the world of Schleich Dinosaurs. With its iconic backward-curving crest, the new Parasaurolophus figurine surely wins first place in the best headgear contest.
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- Authentic Detail. Measuring just over 9.5” long, the toy Parasaurolophus from Schleich Dinosaurs is a model of Cretaceous credibility – with its iconic cranial crest and scaly skin, you’ll think you’re holding the real thing.
- Signature Durability. Just like the Parasaurolophus millions of years ago, this one is built for survival…rough-‘n’-tumble toddlers are no match for this hard-headed toughie.
- Sparks of Storytelling. Frequently spotted at the salad bar with the tortoise from Schleich Wild Life or discussing Ice Age vacation plans with the Ice Giant from Eldrador® Creatures.
- Limitless Play. In a child’s hand, a Parasaurolophus toy is a character in a story with no scripts, no rules, and no limitations. Just 100% pure imagination.
- Great for Gift-Giving. This reptilian roamer is known to wander into the backpacks of kids ages 4 and up. Makes a perfect gift for dinosaur lovers!
Schleich dinosaur toys introduce the limitless possibilities of storytelling and imaginative play. From fierce Velociraptor figurines and the popular brachiosaurus toy to our popular Large Dino Research Station, Schleich Dinosaurs let your stories run wild. Authentic dinosaur toys prowl with rich, accurate detail and texture, while full-featured dinosaur playsets bring action and learning to life. Our dino toy figurines love to crawl, fly and swim their way into stories featuring Schleich mythical creature toys, farm animal figurines and toy wild animals! Schleich dinosaur toys and playsets are built to last for generations. All our toys meet the highest national, international, and prehistoric safety standards.
Paleontologists once believed Parasaurolophus used the crest on its noggin like a snorkel…maybe that's why this herbivore is always first into the bathtub at bath time.
- Scientific name : Parasaurolophus
- Conservation Status : Extinct