Realistic Dinosaur Puppet

What is Realistic Dinosaur Puppet?

Realistic Dinosaur Puppet is more like a pet. They blink eyes, open mouth, move head and roar.


Technically, they are called hatchlings. Because they all came from eggs! Once you meet them, trust me, you will fall in love!


The baby dinosaur is loved by everyone that sees it.


It’s operated by your hand. Inside, there are two buttons. One for eyes, the other for mouth. Once press the button, it triggers the movement. Simple & Easy!

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Baby Dinosaurs Specification

Size: 2 feet – 7 feet Long


Weight: around 2.5 KG


Accessory: Speaker


Sound: Four different roaring sound

Five Different Dinosaur Puppets

Stunning Dilophosaurus Puppet
Baby Dinosaur

Basically, we are able to fabricate any kinds of full body baby dinosaur puppets.


Their size is between 2 feet – 7 feet Long.


Movements: eyes blink, mouth opens and closes, head mvoes, four different roaring sound. The speaker has four different baby dinosaur sound. More importantly, you can upload your favourite dino sound yourself.

Tyrannosaurus Rex Hatching Dinosaur Puppet
Hatched Dinosaur

Technically, they are called hatchlings – dinosaur hand puppet. Because they all came from eggs!


They are just hatched from the egg, as cute as a baby.


Once you meet them, trust me, you will fall in love!

Crate T-Rex Baby Puppet
Baby Dino in Crate

The Baby Dinosaur is sitting in a crate.


The operator’s right is reaching into the baby dinosaur. The fake right arm is right out there as decoration.


On the crate, we can spray your company or park name.

Velociraptor Shoulder Puppet
Shoulder Puppet

The Dinosaur Shoulder Puppet is slightly heavier than the babies. He is sitting on your shoulder like a pet.


Movements are including eyes blink, mouth opens and closes, head moves, four different roaring sound.


It’s great to have it performing in the street.

Dragon Arm Puppet
Dragon Puppet

The dragon shoulder puppet is quite speical, sitting on your shoulder.


Look at the flying wings. It’s flaping.


Movements are eyes blink, mouth opens and closes, head moves, wings flaping, making roaring sound.