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The Lost World Series 1 toyline was released after the movie The Lost World by Kenner, which was at its peak as a toy maker and managed to score the deal with Amblin Entertainment.

HumansEdit

Box coverEdit

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Roland Tembo Edit

Tembo comes with a knife and a dinostun prod and a pachy hatchling ready to ram it's head.

Ian MalcolmEdit

Ian Malcolm comes with a missile launcher and baby T. rex with a cast, based off the movie.

Eddie CarrEdit

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Eddie figure with equipment.

"Master Mechanic" with Capture Claw Launcher & Triceratops Hatchling.

Eddie wears a beige overall with a lot of pockets, as well as a brown utility belt and a brown pair of boots.Eddie comes with an adorable Triceratops hatchling.

For a complete description: Eddie Carr on JPToys.



Nick Van OwenEdit

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Nick van Owen figure.

Van Owen comes with a camera and a Pteranodon hatchling inspired by the adult of this toy line. Erroneously, his hair is black.


Sarah HardingEdit

Harding includes a Net Launcher and Stegosaurus hatchling.

Peter LudlowEdit

Ludlow comes with a gun and a shock stick and a velociraptor hatchling.

Dieter StarkEdit

Stark has a waist turning action and one rifle gun and shot gun. A megnetic compy is included and hang on to him as if he was attacked.

DinosaursEdit

VelociraptorEdit

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Young PachycephalosaurusEdit

Young pachy

Velociraptor "Cyclops" Edit

Cyclops

This raptor is called "Cyclops" because it is blind in one eye, which is white, while the other eye is yellow with a red cat-like slit-style pupil.

Electronic Velociraptor "Snap Jaw"Edit

Snapjaw

Electronic ParasaurolophusEdit

Parasaurtoy

Electronic ChasmosaurusEdit

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PteranodonEdit

Steel beak

PachycephalosaurusEdit

Pachylarge
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StegosaurusEdit

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CarnotaurusEdit

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Bull T. rexEdit

Bull


The Bull T. rex is one of the large dinosaur toys in this line and possibly the largest Jurassic Park toy. It is inspired by the Male Tyrannosaurus from the film. This figure is made from a tough rubber for his body, tail and head but it's limbs and the inside of it's mouth are made from a hard plastic. The inside of this dinosaur's mouth and belly is hollow which allows the player to insert any action figure or the accessory and retrieve it from a slit cut in it's belly. it also has a botton on the top of it's hips that activates a film-accurate Tyrannosaur roar. 

Thrasher T. rexEdit

Thrasher


The Thrasher T. rex is the second largest T. rex in his line and is based on the Female T. rex from the film. This toy's rubberized body is much softer than both the Bull T. rex and the original electronic "Red Rex". And unlike it's other counterparts it does not come with any elecronic sounds or features, but it instead includes articulated legs (a feature that didn't exist on the other toys), a chomping jaw activated by opening the mouth and pressing the tongue and a thrashing action done by moving the tail from side-to-side.

Electronic SpinosaurusEdit

Spinosaur

Junior T. rexEdit

Young

Young TriceratopsEdit

Youngtrike

DilophosaurusEdit

Dilophosaurusspitter


Dino's with Dino Trackers Edit

VehiclesEdit

Glider Pack

High Hide With Nick Van Owen

Dart

Dino-snare Dirtbike

Ground Tracker

Net Trapper

Humvee capture Vehicle

Dino-Damage Medical center

Mobile Command Center

TriviaEdit

  • This toy line contains the entire T.rex family from the movie, with the Bull T.Rex being the father, the Thrasher T.rex being the mother, and the Juvenile T.rex being the baby.
  • The "Cyclops" Velociraptor is possibly a subtle tie-in with Sega's The Lost World: Jurassic Park, since the coloring on the figure bears resemblance to the color scheme of the "Alpha Raptors" featured in the game.
  • In the app game Jurassic Park: Builder a varitey of dinosaurs' color schemes are based off the toyline.

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