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Fantastic Dinosaur Collector Card series on offer

SURPRISE: Tyler Pagan has a close encounter with a Tyrannosaurus Rex at the Top of the Town in Ipswich yesterday morning.
SURPRISE: Tyler Pagan has a close encounter with a Tyrannosaurus Rex at the Top of the Town in Ipswich yesterday morning. Rob Williams

THERE is something about dinosaurs that fascinates. You probably have a little one at home, a pre-schooler who could say Tyrannosaurus Rex before she could say vegetables, an eight-year-old with his head buried in a dinosaur encyclopaedia or a teenager coveting a career as a palaeontologist!

Now, thanks to The QT's Dinosaur Collector Card series you can invite these magnificent prehistoric creatures into your home! There are 40 unique cards featuring life-like illustrations and bursting with unbelievable facts to collect that will keep your dino hunter entertained for hours.

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.

All you have to do is redeem a token from this paper and exchange it for a set of two cards from participating newsagents. The Dinosaur Collector Card series runs from tomorrow with the final cards available on Saturday, June 21. Collect them, swap them, and have fun doing it.

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