Schleich Dinosaurs get Creative

A team member at Everything Dinosaur has reproduced an image from Schleich of Germany, that shows a new Schleich dinosaur model (the long-clawed Therizinosaurus), trying its (considerably large), hand at making paper shapes.  We don’t think any dinosaur would have been particularly skilled when it comes to handling scissors and cutting out shapes, or indeed with origami generally, but we liked the sentiments expressed by Schleich in this fun image.

Schleich Dinosaur Models Cutting Out Paper Shapes

Therizinosaurus and T. rex get creative.

Therizinosaurus and T. rex get creative.

Picture Credit: Schleich/Everything Dinosaur

The Tyrannosaurus rex in the picture, also a new model from Schleich which is due out later this year, has come along to inspect the work and to help out, although with such small arms and only two digits on each hand we suspect that the “King of the Tyrant Lizards” is not going to be able to provide much assistance.

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A spokesperson for Everything Dinosaur commented that these two replicas were part of a total of four new dinosaur model introductions by Schleich for 2014.  These should be available from Everything Dinosaur in May.

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