- Pair of Booties
- 100% polyester velour fabric; 100% polyurethane foam
- Jumpsuit fastens with Hook and Loop fastener at center back; elastic at wrists and ankles
- Crotch and inseam snaps for easy diaper access
- Stuffed tail fastens to back of jumpsuit with Hook and Loop fastener
- Hood has soft-sculpted dinosaur face and horns on top; fastens under chin with Hook and Loop fastener
- Booties have anti-slip soles, elastic at ankles
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When your little one puts on our dinosaur costume, they are going to become a whole new species of dinosaur: The Candysaurus Rex. This dinosaur is not a carnivore, or an herbivore, or even an omnivore! This little kid will be a Candyvore, living off a diet of chocolate and gummy worms. We hope you plan on going trick or treating because that is the only way you are going to be able to keep up with this dinosaurs massive appetite for sugar!
These dinosaurs can get particularly fierce if they don't get their candy, and they can get incredibly vocal when tired and upset. The best thing you can do to keep your little dino happy is to keep them well rested and well fed! Just remember, only feed them candy. Vegetables are supposedly extremely poisonous to Candyvores!
This little costume comes with everything you'll need for a complete transformation into a Candysaurus rex! This costume starts with the cozy little jumpsuit, which comes in a bright blue with orange accents! It has a little tail on the back, like all Candyvores have, and has Hook and Loop fastener straps on the back. You'll also be wearing the dinosaur hood, which looks similar to a Triceratops! The finishing touch for this prehistoric costume are the little booties on the feet with anti-slip soles, meaning that your toddler will look like a prehistoric reptile from head to toe!
Candysaurus are usually not aggressive, so you don't have to worry about restraining them or anything like that. The only time you'd ever want to be a little careful, is when asking a Candysaurus to share their candy. As you might imagine, it can result in yelling, screaming, maybe even tears. But, that's about all you need to know about these dinos, have fun!
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