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PHOTOS: New Dianoga Toy Now Available at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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A new creature has arrived at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and thankfully it’s just a toy. This puppet version of the Dianoga, most famous for pulling Luke Skywalker underwater in a garbage compactor during A New Hope, is much less threatening than the real thing.

Dianoga Puppet – $39.99

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The Dianoga also appears in the Rise of Skywalker scenes in Star Tours: The Adventures Continue… And if you’ve ever had to fill up your water bottle in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you may have glanced at the one that lives in the plumbing by the Black Spire Marketplace.

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The Dianoga puppet features articulation in its neck as well as its eye, and it has a very squishy body.

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Both the top and the sides of the tank are transparent, for optimal viewing, and complete with a carrying handle on top.

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On the side of its capsule container, you have a full information sheet on the Dianoga species.

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There are simple instructions for how to operate the Dianoga Puppet. It requires 3 button cell batteries, which are included.

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You can adopt a Dianoga at the Creature Stall in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. He’s also available at Downtown Disney District.

Will you be taking home your own Dianoga puppet? Whatever you do, we wouldn’t recommend letting it live in your kitchen’s trash compactor. Let us know how you’re feeling down in the comments!

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Arlo / Penguin Project
9 months ago

I gotta ask Tom, was all the hassle worth it?

Tom Corless
Admin
9 months ago

Not really

E.R
E.R
9 months ago

Felt obliged to leave a comment after what it took to get it. It has a face a mother would love!

dennis
dennis
9 months ago

could you put water & “garbage” in the container? would like to replicate its “natural habitat” so to speak

kelly Waldron
kelly Waldron
9 months ago

Tom is my Hero! You were in the Right! Thank you for your daily and weekly sacrifices to give us the most recent and up to date news, products and happenings with Disney Everything. Love your dedication!