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LEGO Jurassic Park set lets you build the famous giant turd

Richard Lee Breslin

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LEGO Jurassic Park set lets you build the famous giant turd

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This LEGO Jurassic Park set lets you build the giant turd that amazed the one and only, Jeff Goldblum aka Dr Ian Malcolm.

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Released in 1993, Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park became one of the most iconic movies of its time. Impressive CGI technology brought dinosaurs to life in a fantasy theme park located on Isla Nublar, a volcanic island located 120 miles west of Costa Rica.

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To this very day, even 30 years on, the CGI technology of Jurassic Park still wows its viewers, especially in the age of 4K media. Jurassic Park is packed with iconic moments, such as Dr Alan Grant and Dr Ellie Stattler’s first encounter with the Brachiosaurus or the intense moment with the T-Rex. RIP Goat and man on the toilet.

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One other scene is Dr Stattler and Dr Malcolm’s first sight of the poorly Triceratops. Alongside the Triceratops was a giant turd which prompted Malcolm to say “that is one big pile of sh*t.”

I bet you thought this scene couldn't get any better, right? Well as reported by Kotaku, it can, because this big pile of sh*t can be brought home in LEGO form. Happy days!

The LEGO Triceratops Research set not only comes with a turd, but also a Triceratops, Dr Ellie Stattler, Dr Ian Malcom and a Jurassic Park-themed Ford Explorer. Oh, and a shovel to shift that turd.

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The LEGO Triceratops Research set, as well as a batch of other new sets, are in celebration of the Jurassic Park 30th anniversary. It has an RRP of $49.99 with a release this June.

In case you’re wondering, the other Jurassic Park 30th anniversary sets include the Velociraptor Escape, Dilophosaurus Ambush, Brachiosaurus Discovery, and Visitor Center: T. Rex & Raptor Attack.

Topics: Lego

Richard Lee Breslin
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