It’s the sick Triceratops from Jurassic Park, of course!
To celebrate this year’s 25th anniversary of the Steven Spielberg classic, Chronicle Collectibles is bringing one of the film’s most memorable scenes to life for the first time as a high-end collectible. The limited edition diorama measures 13 inches long, by 11 inches wide, by four inches tall, with a screen-accurate base. You know, minus the big pile of dino poop.
io9 is excited to exclusively debut the first look at the final images of the sick Trike, which goes up for presale February 9 at 4pm EST at this link. It costs $449, though there are payment plans.
“We are so proud of how this looks, it is phenomenal,” Chronicle creative director Paul Francis said in a statement. “Frankly, I am over the moon at how good this piece looks in person. It’s going to please a lot of Jurassic Park fans that have waited years for something like this.”
At the same time, Chronicle is also releasing a 1:1 scale velociraptor head from The Lost World, if you really want to scare the crap out of someone with screen accuracy. It weights 72 pounds and is over two feet tall. That too will go up for presale at 4pm EST Friday.
Head over to www.chroniclecollectibles.com for even more Jurassic Park stuff.