Some kids just can't learn from a book. The Skeleflex T-Rex takes a hands-on approach to teaching kids a simple lesson about archaeology, dinosaurs and playing God.
Each bone segment of the T-Rex snaps together with ball joints. When completed, the skeleton can be installed on a powered platform that brings it alive with stomping and thrashing action. Indeed, if dinosaurs ever roamed the Earth again in a real-life Jurassic Park then escaped to terrorise mankind, chances are the scientist that is responsible will have owned one of these as a kid. [Skeleflex via OhGizmo]