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LEGO CUUSOO Jurassic Park: Triceratops Encounter

The BrickQueen is back with another Jurassic Park project on LEGO CUUSOO. If you remember from yesterday, I did a post on her other JP project, the Jungle Explorer T-Rex Encounter which is quickly gaining supporters. Today, she has posted the Jurassic Park: Triceratops Encounter.

The set features the triceratops, a jeep, and the Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler minifigures. The triceratops in the project represents the dinosaur that got sick when it accidentally ate the poisonous West Indian Lilac berries.

The jeep is a replica of of JP 14 Jeep Wrangler Sahara. It is a gas-powered jeep that Dr. Gerry Harding uses to drive Ellie back to the visitor’s center. The jeep features a winch cable and a spare tire on a opening door and seats four minifigures.

If you like Jurassic Park, there’s no reason not to like this project as well.

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Jurassic Park Jungle Explorer T-Rex Encounter on LEGO CUUSOO

Anyone who knows me personally knows that Jurassic Park is my all-time favorite movie. When I saw it when I was 11 years old, I was amazed on how real the dinosaurs looked. After watching the movie at least 50 times, yes 50, throughout my life, I still can’t get enough of it. I’m at the point where I know the dialogue and know what each character is going to say.

Last week, the BrickQueen has posted a Jurassic Park project on LEGO CUUSOO, the Jungle Explorer T-Rex Encounter. The project features the Jungle Explorer SUV, Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ian Malcolm, Lex Murphy, and Tim Murphy minifigures, and the T-Rex.

The Jungle Explorer is based on a Ford Explorer XLT and has a removing glass on the top of the roof to get the “shattering” glass feature when the T-Rex attacked the vehicle. The SUV will be able to seats all four minifigures and has the utility box in the back that stores a flare and a flashlight. There were also night goggles in the movie but it’s not included at this time. They may be added later in a future update.

Another part of the project includes the fence part of the Tyrannosaur Paddock where the Rex breaks through the 10,000 volt electrified fence while the power was out. It even has the decal for the voltage sign and the warning lights.

Overall, I really like the design of the project by the BrickQueen. I’ve already put in my support and hopefully many … Continue

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