Not so scary after all, are you T-Rex? Tinysaur Kits assemble from stamp-sized, laser-cut patterns into 1" behemoths of ancient earth in about 20 to 30 minutes. And although I just made it sound like they do that on their own, tiny T-Rex, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, and Wooly Mammoth* do require tweezers, glue, and the hands of a human to complete their transformation. Preferably the hands of a surgeon, but maker Everything Tiny specifies that any hands aged 13 and up will do.
Tinysaur Kits are made in Brooklyn. Like Jay-Z and Tony Danza.
Muchas danke to Laughing Squid.
*Before someone takes time out of his or her day to point it out, yes, I--and presumably Everything Tiny--realize the Wooly Mammoth is not a dinosaur. But I'm glad he made the cut. He's a formidable beast that deserves to be immortalized in a wooden puzzle model the size of my thumb.