Hungry for Fun Avoid the backyard today – and the play room too, while you’re at it. Word is that there were recent dinosaur sightings in both of these locations. The dino appeared to be stomping around, roaring and swishing its impressive tail. Every so often, it would charge some plastic dinosaur models while roaring for treats. If you see it, approach with caution and make sure that you have a snack on hand.
This exclusive Ravenous Raptor Dinosaur Costume for Toddlers is an outfit that your little one can sink his or her teeth into… so to speak. The jumpsuit zips up the front and is made of soft purple polyester velour that’s printed with a pattern of dinosaur scales and stripes. The attached mitts have elongated fabric dino “claws,” and the shoe covers have dark fabric “talons.” A stuffed tail is sewn to the jumpsuit’s seat. The costume’s attached hood is decorated with a soft-sculpted dino face, plastic eyes, and felt fangs. Dino Dinner TimeIf your dino tummy is feeling a little bit rumbly, the first thing to do is to decide what it is that you’re hungry for. Would you rather have a delicious Triceratops steak, a Pterodactyl popsicle, or maybe even a Stegosaurus soda? Or does a bag full of trick-or-treat candy sound more delicious than those other options? It’s a little-known fact that dinosaur diets consisted heavily of sugary treats. This made life a little challenging for the dino parents whenever their little ones were in the middle of a sugar rush.
Brand: FUN Costumes
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