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Don’t miss a card - Dinosaur Collector Cards out now

BELIEVE IT OR NOT: Northern Star photographer Marc Stapelberg’s picture of a dinosaur outside Lismore Memorial Baths.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT: Northern Star photographer Marc Stapelberg’s picture of a dinosaur outside Lismore Memorial Baths. Marc Stapelberg

IT'S time to start collecting, sharing and swapping your Dinosaur Collector Cards, with another token in today's paper.

This series is shaping up to be the next best thing - cooler than the Nigersaurus and its 500 teeth or even the mighty Diamantinasaurus, Queensland's own prehistoric beast.

With 40 unique cards to collect, you can take a journey through yesteryear with us and get lost in the world of the unbelievable.

There are hundreds of interesting facts to peruse and beautiful artistic representations that will make learning so much fun for your kids.

Hidden in 200 cards is the opportunity to win an amazingly life-like T-Rex figurine instantly and there are also special entry invitations into the second-chance draw which features must-have dinosaur packs valued at $98.95 each.

 

Want more?

Well you can hop onto our online interactive prehistoric playtime site for more dino pleasure - discover your dinosaur name, design your own dinosaur or try to get past their sharp teeth and claws in our exciting dodge the dinosaur game.

All you have to do is redeem a token from this paper and exchange it for a set of two cards from participating newsagents.

ABOVE LEFT: The Northern Star’s photographic team was full of mischief so chose to add one of the Star’s dinosaurs to a picture emailed in by editor David Kirkpatrick who is currently on holidays in France. ABOVE RIGHT: Reader Dee Dee Bienke sent in this picture of a dinosaur attacking a gingerbread house at Christmas.
ABOVE LEFT: The Northern Star’s photographic team was full of mischief so chose to add one of the Star’s dinosaurs to a picture emailed in by editor David Kirkpatrick who is currently on holidays in France. ABOVE RIGHT: Reader Dee Dee Bienke sent in this picture of a dinosaur attacking a gingerbread house at Christmas.

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