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- Dinosaurs are back and roaming the earth in the 32" long Roboraptor
- Three distinct moods hunter, cautious and playful
- Multi-sensory touch sensors in his tail, chin and mouth, sonic sensors
- Powerful jaws that play tug-of war games, "bite" and pull
- Mood dependent behavior aggressive/hunting mood, nervous/cautious mood, friendly/playful mood
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Evidence that the robotic dinosaur revolution is spreading, this Roboraptor comes fully assembled and ready to roam the earth with his robotic dinosaur cousins. He has movable arms, a swiveling head, a sweeping tail, and a chomping jaw full of pointy teeth. Measuring 32 inches from nose to tail, the Roboraptor is a big enough to intimidate any smaller predator that may come along. While this raptor hasnt yet developed his full hunting skills, hes still a lot of fun and comes with over 40 preprogrammed functions, three distinct moods, and the ability to detect things in its path with infrared vision. He also comes equipped with automatic shutoff and a demo mode. Roboraptor is steady on his feet, but works best on smooth, hard surfaces. --Heather LyndonSee all Product description
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 32 x 8.2 in||3.5 x 11.5 x 10 in||10.5 x 13.5 x 17.5 in||10.5 x 33 x 12 in||5 x 6.75 x 10.25 in||8.66 x 15 x 11.81 in|
|Item Weight||0.35 ounces||0.65 lb||4.41 lbs||2.2 lbs||0.66 lb||2 lbs|
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So following examples of stimulating animals in captivity used by local zoos that hide food or move the location of food around or change up toys from day to day, I put this baby out on the floor in order to stir things up and give the cats something new to play with.
Hard plastic tips on toes don't move really well on bare wood floor, but noises, lights and walking motion were enough to shake up the cat hierarchy for a few hours (Hey! What is this thing? - they were all up on the sofa looking down at it!) and give them something new and interesting to investigate - VERY carefully!
The middle cat cautiously approached it, slowly and carefully two times, tried to sniff it, then Roboraptor would roar and the cat would run away, while the other cats jumped to a high, safe spot, not knowing what to do or think next.
Then after getting their 100% interest and having some fun for an about an hour (and a couple sets of batteries), I took it and hid it in my bedroom closet. They are still wondering what happened. Will pull it out again and have it make an appearance every few months!
I definitely recommend it for small pet fun! I would not give this to medium or very large dogs who might rip it apart and choke on the pieces.
I like to get remote control toys for small children because they help practice hand eye coordination and they also bring play with mechanical objects to the forefront.
So far so good. Works well seriously try it.