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LEGO Jurassic World Rumoured June 2024 Sets | Bumpy The Ankylosaurus, Stegosaurus, T-Rex Trailer + More

A theme which doesn't see many sets release every year but is still extremely popular amongst builders is the licensed LEGO Jurassic World theme. The LEGO theme based on the Jurassic Park franchise started back in 1993 has already seen a small wave of two sets release on the 1st of January 2024. These were 76963 Baby Dinosaur Rescue Center and 76964 Dinosaur Fossils: T. rex Skull.

The summer wave of LEGO Jurassic World sets will see three more models all release beginning the 1st of June 2024. Our first of these three models is 76962 Bumpy The Ankylosaurus which, like the other two summer sets, is based on the upcoming Netflix series Jurassic World: Chaos Theory. For $24.99 with 358 pieces, 76962 is basically a brick-built version of the popular Ankylosaurus called Bumpy.

Then we have two bigger and more expensive sets of 76965 Stegosaurus Lookout and 76966 The T-Rex Trailer. 76965 retails for $64.99 with 420 pieces along with brand new sandy-coloured mould for a Stegosaurus dinosaur. $89.99 is the price tag for 76966 which makes it the most expensive LEGO Jurassic World set of 2024. 588 pieces are included to recreate a trailer build and dark blue/black moulded T-Rex.

76962 Bumpy The Ankylosaurus

Set Name - Bumpy The Ankylosaurus

Set Number - 76962

Age Range - 7+

Piece Count - 358

Price - $24.99

Release Date - 1st June 2024

76965 Stegosaurus Lookout

Set Name - Stegosaurus Lookout

Set Number - 76965

Age Range - 6+

Piece Count - 420

Price - $64.99

Release Date - 1st June 2024

76966 The T-Rex Trailer

Set Name - The T-Rex Trailer

Set Number - 76966

Age Range - 8+

Piece Count - 588

Price - $89.99

Release Date - 1st June 2024

All three of these LEGO Jurassic World sets based on the new Jurassic World: Chaos Theory series releases on the 1st of June 2024 but what do you think? What's your favourite and least favourite set of the wave? Do you prefer brick-built dinosaurs or moulded elements? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.


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