Dino mini light green

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Dinosaurs are creatures that have always fascinated young and old alike, as they were giant, impressive and imposing animals.

There were many varieties of dinosaurs, some flying, others roaming the earth; some were bipedal, others four-legged. Some were carnivorous and others were herbivorous. They had either crests, horns and many other appearances. These dinos dominated and reigned supreme millions of years ago. Their reign, undivided over the whole earth, lasted several tens of millions of years and ended in an apocalyptic catastrophe that still frightens us today: the fall of an asteroid that caused their disappearance. There are many films retracing the frightening adventures or not of these dinosaurs, such as Jurassic Park. In the clan of the nice dinosaurs, there are for example: "Little Foot" in "The Dinosaur and the Valley of Wonders", "Rex" in "Toy Story" and "Denver" in "Denver the Last Dinosaur".

These films of gentle dinosaurs have generated the attraction of younger people to dinosaurs in various forms. The dinosaur that we offer has several undeniable assets for him: it lights up, changes colour, has a 15-minute timer and moreover this dino is very friendly.

It will delight the little ones as well as for children as a birthday present, as a Christmas present and for parents an asset for children who are afraid in the dark.


- MINI Dhink night light DINO green

- Color changing LED

- Including cell batteries 3 x LR44 

- Toujours minuterie de  15 minutes 

- Taille 9 x 7 x 5 cm

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