Jurassic World Raptor Statue

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is in theaters right now, and you can see how the dinosaur franchise continues and sets up at least one more film in the revival of the Jurassic Park film series. And now you can bring home the hero dinosaur of the franchise continuation, and you can also pick up a hatching version of what might be the second most intelligent creature on the planet.

Prime 1 Studio has released a 1/6 scale statue of Blue the velociraptor, the leader of the trained pack of dinosaurs raised by Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) in the Jurassic World films. Meanwhile, Chronicle Collectibles has released a life-size version of the hatching raptor from the original Jurassic Park. Find out how you can get the new Jurassic World raptor statue and Jurassic Park hatching raptor egg below.

Jurassic World Raptor Statue

Jurassic World Raptor Statue

The Jurassic World statue of Blue the velociraptor is an impressive sculpt of the dinosaur put together by Steve Jubinville, the modeling lead/asset supervisor from Industrial Light & Magic who has worked on the Jurassic World films.

The statue measures 16-inches tall and 26-inchs wide, and it will cost you $699. However, for a little more money, you can get an exclusive version of the statue for $749 that will include a small gold statue of the baby version of Blue the raptor. Personally, I’d rather have a life-size version of the adorable little version of Blue, but apparently that’s not in the cards.

Jurassic Park Hatching Raptor Egg

Jurassic Park Hatching Raptor

If you’re more interested in the baby raptor, then you can have your own hatched killing machine inspired from the creature’s birth in the original Jurassic Park. Chronicle Collectibles has released a life-sized version of the raptor emerging from the egg.

The Jurassic Park hatching raptor statue will cost $250, which isn’t bad for a life-size statue like this. However, the only downside is that the raptor can’t be taken out of the egg “for safety reasons.”

 

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