Roboraptor competition prowls the Bully pages

THEY used to rule the world many thousands of years ago.

Teeth as strong at steel, and claws ready to crush any obstacle in its path.

Monstrous in size, they were considered one of the most frightening beasts on earth.

And now they are back and roaming The Morning Bulletin waiting to be won by an unsuspecting reader.

Roboraptor, the closest thing to a real dinosaur, is making waves in the toy aisles.

But unlike a real dinosaur the Roboraptor is no bird brain.

He has three distinct moods: hunter, cautious and playful.

Go near his face when he's hunting and he will behave aggressively, touch him when he's playful and he will nuzzle your hand.

The Morning Bulletin has nine Roboraptors to give away.

For your chance to win one of these scary dinosaurs, fill out the entry form (a parent must sign) on page 78 in today's Morning Bulletin and send it to P.O. Box 397, Rockhampton, 4700 or drop it into the office. Entries close August 12 with winners drawn August 15.



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