Sure, drones are becoming more ubiquitous these days, but how many of them resemble prehistoric dinosaurs? PaulG Toys now has an RC-controlled pterodactyl, for those who want a unique unmanned flying vehicle—and for those who just can’t wait for Jurassic World to come out. With a lithium-ion battery, the dino-flyer has a nearly 1,000-foot range, and it can remain in the air for 12 to 15 minutes. Katie Linendoll gets the scoop on the new toy, while pretending she’s in Game of Thrones.
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