This unique globe not only sits in the mouth of a T. Rex skull, it also shows aspiring palentologists just where on earth these great creatures once roamed. Based on National Geographic's Ultimate Dinopedia, it features red LED eyes and includes a magnifying glass for close-up inspection.
Comments about National Geographic Ultimate Dinopedia Globe:
Product comes in several pieces (so a smaller box for shipping) and snap together easily. It is quite simple to see where everything goes but there are easy to read instructions as well. The rex skull is really quite well done for a plastic "toy". I was quite impressed with it. The globe can be rotated while in the mouth to see different parts. Magnifier is a cute addition. (I personally did not have difficulty reading the globe and the size was about what I expected.) The red light is neat (not specifically in the eyes, but inside the skull so the eyes do light up...but so does the skull in general.) I loved it. I am 33 and would like one myself. Gave it to a man of 50, but I'm sure kids would love it too! Oh, product also comes with a small fold-out booklet which describes dinosaurs marked on the globe.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend