Details Uncovered About Rumored ‘Jurassic Park’ 30th Anniversary LEGO Sets

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Details Uncovered About Rumored ‘Jurassic Park’ 30th Anniversary LEGO Sets

Brick Fanatics has uncovered details about rumored “Jurassic Park” 30th-Anniversary LEGO sets thanks to information from French online retailer Jouéclub and Instagram user @exabrickslegogo.

Listings for the LEGO sets have gone up but photos aren’t available yet. There appear to be five anniversary sets.

The first set, 76957 Velociraptor Escape, includes an all-terrain vehicle, an enclosure with a tower, an escape function, a winch to lower food, a Velociraptor, and two minifigures. It is reportedly 137 pieces and $34.99.

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76958 Dilophosaurus Ambush is said to be a 211-piece set for $19.99. It would be a jungle scene including a Dilophosaurus, a Jurassic Park Jeep, a Dennis Nedry minifigure, and a tiny bottle of shaving foam.

The number of pieces and price for 76959 Triceratops Search aren’t available yet. It will come with a Jurassic Park Ford Explorer vehicle that has a navigation system to track dinosaurs. It will also include minifigures of Ellie Sattler and Ian Malcolm, an articulated triceratops, a buildable pile of dung containing toxic berries, and a shovel.

Next up is 76960 Brachiosaurus Encounter for $79.99 with 512 pieces. It will include an articulated 24-cm tall Brachiosaur, a Jeep Wrangler vehicle, a tree with an observation platform and detachable leaves for feeding the dinosaurs, and minifigures of Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, and John Hammond.

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The largest set is inspired by one of the most iconic scenes of “Jurassic Park.” For ages 12 and up, 76961 Visitor Center: T. rex and Velociraptor Attack is a 693-piece set recreating the visitor center set piece with translucent wall panels, the restaurant, and labs. The set is said to include a T. rex skeleton, a banner that can be dropped with a trigger, a T. rex, a Velociraptor, and six minifigures: Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, Ian Malcolm, Ray Arnold, Henry Wu, Lex Murphy, and Tim Murphy. It will measure 16 cm tall and 32 cm wide and reportedly retail for $119.99.

Which “Jurassic Park” LEGO set are you hoping to build at home? Let us know in the comments.

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