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The Jurassic World toy line is the new line of toys for the film Jurassic World. There is a series of figures in the line based on most of the dinosaurs in the film. The figures are consisting of Bashers & Biters, Growlers, Capture Vehicles, and Brawlasaurs. The first wave of Jurassic World toys has been released in the beginning of April. The next wave was released somewhere in May. A third wave was released in the fall of 2015. A large figure of Indominus rex was released in May. 2 large figures of Tyrannosaurus rex was released, one of them in the Fall. Also, the toy line has shown some dinosaurs that was not seen in Jurassic World, this includes Allosaurus, Ceratosaurus, Spinosaurus, and Dilophosaurus.

Bashers and Biters

Bashers and Biters are toys that have a mechanical function to them.

AnkylosaurusSwings tail upon pulling back right hindleg. Pushing the leg forward extends the neck.$9.99[1]Jurassic-world-basic-figure-anklosaurus
SpinosaurusBites upon twisting tail$9.99[1]Jurassic-world-basic-figure-spinosaurus
StegoceratopsPressing down on tail pushes the head forwardUnknownJurassic-world-basic-figure-stegosaurus


Brawlasaurs are toys that fight each other by winding their tails. But their most unique feature is that each toy has a code that is used to unlock an animal in Jurassic World: The Game.[2]

Hero Mashers

The Hero Mashers the line consists of buildable figures, but their parts are interchangeable with each other which in turn can be used to make unique creations.


The raptors category contains the Velociraptors Charlie, Delta, and Echo. Their toys have poseable arms. They retail for $9.99[1] Unlike the real and movie Velociraptor the toys lack the famous sickle claw on their feet that is characteristic of all dromaeosaurids.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Business Insider - Here's what the dinosaurs in 'Jurassic World' will look like (2015, February 17) Retrieved from
  2. - Introducing Brawlasaurs: New Hasbro lineup that connects with a game app! (February 9, 2015) retrieved from
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