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Wind-Up Walkers

Three ferocious looking specimens that fit in the palm of your hand!

These pocket-sized dinosaurs do much more than clomp, foot over foot. Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops throw their heads downward to ferociously ward off enemies. Brachiosaurus does this too while also gnashing his teeth as an extra reminder for foes to keep their distance. Each Wind-up Walker is approximately 3” tall and is stem-wound.

Got an A? Rainy Day? Want to play? Wind-Up Walkers are perfect “anytime,” primitive playmates.

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus Rex was 36 feet long with a 4-foot mouth full of 6-inch teeth. Scientists now believe Tyrannosaurus hunched down with the tail sticking straight out. Its serrated teeth meant Tyrannosaurus couldn't chew, but swallowed its food whole like a snake. Many movies show Tyrannosaurus fighting and chasing people, but humans didn't exist until Tyrannosaurus was long gone.


Brachiosaurus was the biggest dinosaur of all, over 50 feet tall and 85 feet long. It weighed up to 80 tons, as much as 15 elephants. Brachiosaurus means "arm lizard", since the vegetarian dinosaur would sit back on its hind legs to get at higher leaves. Fully outstretched, the Brachiosaurus is about half as high as the Statue of Liberty.


Triceratops, which means "three horn face", was 28 feet long, 8 feet tall and heavy as an elephant. With two long horns and a horned nose, the triceratops was a good fighter. They had frills around their necks and hollow spaces in front of their brains to protect their bodies and brains from frequent horn-fights with other triceratops. They were vegetarians and walked on their toes like a cat.