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Can anyone identify this stuffed animal?

Asked by invadero (13points) November 13th, 2012

I got it from my grandfather when I was a boy. I’ve had it for about 12 years. The tag is completely rubbed off, only a few letters are noticeable. Any help would be great!

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bookish1's avatar

Hi, welcome to Fluther. Looks like a stegosaurus to me….

Sunny2's avatar

Another vote for the dinosaur. Looks like it’s made of felt.

ETpro's avatar

@invadero Welcome to Fluther. Even worn out, the dino is cute as a trick. It’s definitely a stegosaurus.

Mariah's avatar

@all, OP knows it’s a stegosaurus – see the tags. I think he’s hoping to learn the brand. Correct me if I’m wrong, OP. Unfortunately I can’t help.

syz's avatar

Any chance it’s Definitely Dinosaurs?

“Definitely Dinosaurs was a collection of dinosaur toys produced by Playskool in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Each figure was branded with a distinctive stamp on its underbelly or leg to indicate authenticity. All of the figures in the series were dinosaurs”

The timeline seems right, and the tag sounds right.

Edit: Eh, looks like those are figurines rather than stuffed toys…still looking.

livelaughlove21's avatar

I don’t think it’s a Definitely Dinosaurs toy, because I believe those were hard, not stuffed. And TY beanie babies would be the right timeframe, but this isn’t the stegosaurus they released.

Any chance it’s just a generic stegosaurus toy, perhaps from one of those claw machines?

ETpro's avatar

I did the image search I linked to above in hopes of finding a match. It didn’t happen, probably owing to the stuffed animal’s vintage.

SpatzieLover's avatar

^I did the same. Zero matches for me, too.

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invadero's avatar

Thanak everyone, I was looking for the brand. Tried to find it before I asked on here couldn’t find it. I appreciate everyone’s help though!

SpatzieLover's avatar

@invadero From the looks of some older Dakin stegosaurus photos on the Net, it appears this might be a Dakin. The body shape and materials look strikingly similar to some larger versions.

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PeppermintBiscuit's avatar

Maybe you can send the picture to the people who run this website. Unfortunately, if you search their items for Dakin stegosaurus, you come up with a gray one that doesn’t look quite like yours.

@Kropotkin Really? It can’t be called a dinosaur because it isn’t made to scale? And there’s more remaining than just fossilized bones, smart guy. Technically, birds are considered dinosaurs. Also, a coelacanth was found in 1938, and it was supposed to have been extinct since the Cretaceous period.

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