My eight-year old is greatly disturbed by this line of scientifically incorrect toys.
Fisher-Price® Imaginext Razor the T-Rex
She was quick to notice the incompatibility of a "caveman" co-habiting with a t-rex. She wanted to know if Fisher Price is owned by young-earth creationists.
Then, there's this equally confusing toy: Allosaurus.
At least this one has a more plausible scenario: ice age mammals co-habiting with early humans: Imaginext Thorn The Sabretooth
The problem in this case is that the manufacturer confusingly labels this as a "dinosaur" toy, which it is not. Sabretooth cats and mammoths are separated by tens of millions of years from dinosaurs.
These observations aren't life-altering, but I do wonder how many parents would even be aware of these inaccuracies. Could this be a sign of our scientifically uneducated culture? Or am I reading way too much into this situation?