Paige Munn, 7, loves The Observer's Dinosaur Collector Card series.
Paige Munn, 7, loves The Observer's Dinosaur Collector Card series. Tegan Annett

Paige unearths a love of dinosaurs with Observer's help

PAIGE Munn, 7, took the brave walk down the Triassic period when she found out about The Observer's Dinosaur Collector Card Series.

The cards roared into action across Gladstone last week and the phenomenon has not stopped yet.

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Paige is not a stranger to the huge reptiles, taking a liking to movies and TV series about dinosaurs at a young age.

"I've always liked dinosaur movies. I like The Land Before Time and Dinosaur," she said.

So far she has collected five Dinosaur Collector Cards.

There are 40 unique cards filled with wild and hairy facts that will keep your little dino lover amused for hours.

You can redeem a token from The Observer newspaper and exchange it for a set of two cards from participating newsagents.

The Dinosaur Collector Card Series runs until Saturday, June 21.

There are two chances to win a T-rex figurine each day.

Or for a totally fun interactive experience, click here and enter a prehistoric world of entertainment where you can build your own dinosaur, play our exciting games or complete a puzzle.



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