FurReal Friends Munchin Rex dinosaur Pet Review

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Adorable FurReal Friends Munchin Rex Baby dino

You might be curious as to what exactly Munchin’ Rex likes to munch on? Well, this little guy comes with his own rod of broccoli along with a slice of meat. It is plastic, naturally, but it is fine to feign (it educates children to choose their creativity and operate with it). It also includes his very own small toy jar as small baby dinosaurs must get their milk so they can build strong bones. The cool thing about Munchin’ Rex is he’s ready to distinguish the difference between his treats along with his jar.
This poseable prehistoric baby pet has over 35 noise and movement combinations, making it much more unique.
This humorous baby dino enjoys treat time. He hops and moans with delight when it is time to eat, also likes to play with his meals! His favorite treats are his caveman cookie and surprisingly broccoli. But he is a bit picky – he could locate these treats yummy or yucky, based upon his mood. You should watch his humorous responses!
He makes joyful slurping sounds when he has fed up his jar. This poseable ancient cutie features amazing dino sounds. It makes children to feel they are in an early jungle. This cute furry dino friend also has poseable arms. Occasionally he is more excited & lively. In other instances, fussy or perhaps a tiny bit cranky. But he is always, at heart, a candy, cuddle-lovin’ happy baby! The Munchin’ Rex pet is a huggable and so-loveable!
Includes pet, bottle, broccoli treat, caveman-cookie treat, and instructions.

Features of FurReal Friends Munchin Rex

When kids wave at him or feed him his treats, baby dino responds with 35+ sound and motion combinations
He hops and begs with excitement for treats – he might chomp on them, or try to spit them out
He always loves his bottle, but his broccoli or caveman cookie can be “yummy” or “yucky”
Cool dino-habitat sounds – maybe this is what a prehistoric jungle sounded like
Batteries Required: 4 x AA (Included)

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