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LEGO Friends Jungle sets & more!

by admin on July 27, 2014

in LEGO Friends

The LEGO Friends Jungle sets are finally going to be available at the Online LEGO Shop on August 1st. I’m not sure what caused the delay as the sets have been readily available at various retailers for quite some time, but anyhow, better later than never. These new sets explore an exciting sub-story of LEGO Friends, where the girls are headed to the jungle! 🙂

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By jungle LEGO Friends don’t mean a deep, dark, scary place, but a friendly forest with cute animals and cozy tree-houses. There are five specifically jungle related sets in the new line of LEGO Friends, then there are a couple of more outdoorsy sets with a more picnic-type theme, and two new sets that take us back to Heartlake City. Below you will find pictures and details of them all.

#41032 LEGO FRIENDS FIRST AID JUNGLE BIKESpeed to the rescue on the First Aid Jungle Bike and help the trapped monkey! Ride through the jungle on the First Aid Jungle Bike and look out for animals that need your help. There’s a monkey in distress, trapped in a cave by a heavy rockfall! Use the shovel to clear the fallen rocks and check the monkey with Emma’s medic bag before you help it find a banana to eat. Then use the walkie-talkie to radio home about your rescue mission. 156 pieces. Price: $14.99 – BUY HERE

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#41033 LEGO FRIENDS JUNGLE FALLS RESCUERescue the tiger cub from the water and explore the beautiful Jungle Falls! Help the tiger in trouble at the beautiful but powerful Jungle Falls! Rush to the riverside and find the tiger stranded in rough waters. Wade in and help Olivia build a dam to stop the waterfall before pulling the tiger to safety. Then head up to the cliff-top hut to cool down with a drink and some fresh fruit salad in the company of the friendly chameleon. Later you can explore the jungle caves together. Who knows what treasures you will find! 183 pieces. Price: $19.99 – BUY HERE

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#41036 LEGO FRIENDS JUNGLE – BRIDGE RESCUEHelp rescue a baby bear in trouble with Mia’s helicopter and Matthew’s offroader! Save the baby bear from the rickety old rope bridge! Rush Matthew to the scene in his offroader. Hover Mia’s helicopter over the bridge and winch down the stretcher to rescue the bear. Now lift him to safety and help Matthew check him over with his medical kit. Later, explore the cliffs with Mia and Matthew and see what treasures you can discover. 365 pieces. Price: $29.99 – BUY HERE

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#41038 LEGO FRIENDS JUNGLE RESCUE BASESet up home in the Jungle Rescue Base and rescue the little panda! Co-ordinate your animal rescue missions at the Jungle Rescue Base! Help Andrea climb the watchtower and use the telescope to look for animals in danger. There’s a panda that needs your help! Slide Andrea down to the rescue boat, rescue the panda in distress and help Stephanie check it over in the mobile medical station. Jump on the zip line to slide down to the living quarters. Take a shower in the bathroom at the end of an exciting day and help the girls cook and eat dinner together with the animals before heading to bed for a good night’s sleep. There’s another busy day of animal rescue in store tomorrow! 472 pieces. Price: $59.99 – BUY HERE

#41038 LEGO Friends Jungle

#41059 LEGO FRIENDS JUNGLE TREE SANCTUARYTake care of injured animals at the Jungle Tree Sanctuary! Look after the creatures rescued by the LEGO Friends at the Jungle Tree Sanctuary. Help Mia feed the lion cub in his paddock before she goes to top up the parrot’s biscuits in the birdhouse. Now it’s time to give the monkey a bath – watch him slide down the vine right into the bucket of water! Then head to the laboratory to examine some jungle samples and note your observations on the computer. Watch the playful animals from the platform before settling down for the night in the cozy bedroom. 320 pieces. Price: $29.99 – BUY HERE

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#41031 LEGO FRIENDS ANDREA’S MOUNTAIN HUTSet up camp in the mountains with Andrea and tame the friendly squirrel! Toast marshmallows on the campfire with Andrea! After a long day of hiking in the mountains outside Heartlake City, she has found a secret spot to set up camp for the night. Help her build the campfire and make a hot drink to keep warm. Use the camera to take some pictures of the beautiful mountain view. Then share a toasted marshmallow with the friendly squirrel before Andrea settles down in her camp bed to enjoy a night under the stars. Combine with 41034 Summer Caravan for an even cooler camping scene. 119 pieces. Price: $9.99 – BUY HERE

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#41034 LEGO FRIENDS SUMMER CARAVANCamp out in the countryside with the LEGO Friends Summer Caravan! Head off on a summer camping trip with the LEGO Friends! Olivia and Joanna have a brand new car and caravan and are looking for the perfect spot outside Heartlake City to set up camp in the sunshine. Help them prepare a delicious lunch on the camping stove and sit down to eat at the table and chairs. Sit back and admire the beautiful view while saying hello to the friendly hedgehog. Then wash the dishes before setting up the sunbeds and switch on the MP3 player for an afternoon of sunbathing – don’t forget to make sure everyone is wearing sunscreen. Freshen up in the shower then settle down for the night, but not before sharing some secrets by lamplight! 297 pieces. Price: $29.99 – BUY HERE

#41034 LEGO Friends Caravan

#41030 LEGO FRIENDS OLIVIA’S ICE CREAM BIKEPrepare delicious ice cream treats and sell them on a sunny day with Olivia’s Ice Cream Bike! Take a ride to Heartlake City Park and help Olivia set up her ice cream stall right next to the pretty fountain. Make some chocolate and strawberry cones or take a refreshing ice pop from the freezer box to sell in the springtime sunshine. At the end of a good day’s work throw some coins into the fountain for good luck and help Olivia post a letter in the mailbox before she heads home. 98 pieces. Price: $9.99 – BUY HERE

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#41059 LEGO FRIENDS HEARTLAKE SHOPPING MALLHang out at the Heartlake Shopping Mall with the LEGO Friends! Head to Heartlake Shopping Mall for a girls’ day out! Stephanie and Emma are driving there in their new convertible for a fun day of fashion. Check out the sports shop and try on a dress in the bridal boutique. Then head to the food court for a slice of pizza before a well-earned relax in the spa with Sophie. Take some pictures in the photo booth before strutting down the catwalk in the charity fashion show while the DJ spins the decks, all to raise awareness for jungle animal rescue. Phew – what a day! 1120 pieces. Price $109.99 – BUY HERE

#41058 LEGO Friends Mall

There is also a new collection of small LEGO Friends collectible animals sets (Series 5). These are not listed at the Online LEGO Shop at the moment, but you should be able to find them at local retail stores.

LEGO Friends Animals Series 5

As I have mentioned, the new LEGO Friends Jungle sets and the other new sets in the LEGO Friends line are available at the Online LEGO Shop beginning August 1st. In fact they are already listed so you can see more pictures and details: BUY LEGO FRIENDS AT THE ONLINE LEGO SHOP

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So what do you think? How do you like the new LEGO Friends sets? Do you like the jungle setting? Are you planning to get any of them? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

Also, you might want to check out the LEGO Friends section for more news, reviews and discussions, or select from the following related posts:

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BLProductions July 27, 2014 at 11:12 AM

Although I dislike the show, some of these sets are pretty useful in terms of parts. For me, I’m going to get the Bridge Rescue, b/c it comes with 5 AT-TE hinges ( http://brickset.com/parts/6028812 ) and that rubber roof in Light Grey (I need that part).
Also, Series 12 CMF pic: http://brickset.com/article/11891/cmf-series-12-line-up . I MUST get some of these; I still have zero CMFs. 🙁

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BLProductions July 27, 2014 at 11:12 AM

Whoops, sorry admin. I forgot the 2 links rule. 😉

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admin July 27, 2014 at 11:29 AM

No problem, had it approved. BTW, it is not a rule, it is a safety precaution to make sure badguys don’t leave links to content we don’t want to see here. 😉

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Superweapon July 27, 2014 at 11:17 AM

Admin, when I was on Brickset I saw the Shell Collab Lego Line. At the end Huw mentioned to not talk about “The Greanpeace issue”. Will we get a discussion post for that here? Or is it too sensitive of a topic?

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Superweapon July 27, 2014 at 11:18 AM

Okay so my comment is awaiting moderation, so i guess that means no?

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admin July 27, 2014 at 11:41 AM

I had your comment approved. Moderation is an automatic process to keep our community safe when I’m not around. It is triggered by certain words and other parameters. It is done a program, not me. Basically the program flags a comment and wants me to check on it before it gets approved. I’m quite liberal and will approve all comments, even if I don’t agree with them, or they are silly, or somewhat off-topic. The exception are personal attacks towards other members and foul language. Those don’t belong to our community. LEGO fans are better than that. 😉

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BLProductions July 27, 2014 at 6:31 PM

Maybe it means the Moderation filter doesn’t like Greenpeace. 😉

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admin July 27, 2014 at 6:42 PM

LOL! :mrgreen:

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admin July 27, 2014 at 11:35 AM

GreenPeace actually contacted me in hope that I will promote their cause. After discussing some with their rep, I politely declined. I believe environmental issues are important, but how they are going about it is just wrong. Bullying someone (in this case LEGO) is never right, not even for a good cause. I might however write an article about using LEGO for political agendas by environmentalists, feminists, and religious fanatics. 😉

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Håkan July 27, 2014 at 11:46 AM

I’d be interested in learning about MOC’s with a political agenda.

(…unless that last bit was mere sarcasm…)

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admin July 27, 2014 at 11:54 AM

LOL! I didn’t mean it that way, but that would be fun too! I meant using The LEGO Group’s popularity and wholesome image for pushing the causes of those groups – usually without LEGO’s consent and approval (like what GreenPeace is doing). But, yeah, political MOCs could be an interesting topic. I’m aware of some very controversial MOCs related to the Bible, Hitler, concentration camps, terrorists, and BDSM. Most of these would not be appropriate for a family-friendly website, although I did talk about the LEGO Bible MOCs and the related book before.

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Superweapon July 27, 2014 at 4:27 PM

Greenpeace people sent you an email from their computer, made of plastic, which is made from oil.

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admin July 27, 2014 at 5:18 PM

Yeah, that’s true. However for fairness’ sake, they are not saying we should not use oil at all. What they are against is drilling in the Arctic and other fragile areas where the harm created by oil companies is far reaching and dangerous for all of life on this planet.

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Superweapon July 27, 2014 at 5:26 PM

Has LEGO actually included the Shell brand logo on any products recently? The Lego set that the Greenpeace people put on their website to show that Lego promotes Shell was from the 80s or 90s.

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admin July 27, 2014 at 6:40 PM

LEGO recently had a collaboration with Ferrari – you know, those little polybags that are only available in Asia at gas stations. I believe there were 6-7 sets in the series. I wrote about them a while back, but I can’t remember all the details. You can use the search-box and type in Ferrari to find the article. I think the little sets may have made it to Europe by now also. Although it is a relationship with Ferrari, some of the little race-cars do have a tiny Shell logo because Ferrari is sponsored by Shell. That’s what those GreenPeace folks are talking about, although they are blowing it way out of proportion and their numbers are way off.

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Håkan July 28, 2014 at 4:16 AM

I recall something about Lego making a deal with Shell so customers got a promotional set for buying a certain amount of liters or gallons or something. Some marketing trick to increase sales…

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admin July 28, 2014 at 10:03 AM

Yes, that could have been it, although I really don’t know the details of the promotion.

BLProductions July 27, 2014 at 6:29 PM

Please do not remind me of the debate on Brickset Forum over this. But I will say this: I do think it is a bad idea to drill in the Arctic, but I am against drilling anywhere. It’s not entirely necessary. If we could come up with a different way to run cars, they wouldn’t have to drill so much. Of course, my ideas seem to require highly-explosive ion fuel, which is rather hard to come by. 😆

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admin July 27, 2014 at 6:41 PM

I always wanted to put a solar-panel on top of my car. It is so sunny here in Florida it should work. Plus I ride my bike all the time and only drive when I have to go long distance. It is more healthy and more interesting. 😀

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BLProductions July 27, 2014 at 8:32 PM

Yes, riding bikes is better. 🙂
The only problem with solar panels is that just one doesn’t absorb enough energy to power a car. Now, if you made a charger, and the panel charged a battery, then a car would have some power. 😉

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admin July 27, 2014 at 8:40 PM

We did exactly that when we lived up in the mountains of New Mexico in a travel-trailer; put a couple of solar-panels on top, installed some batteries and we were set to go or stay anywhere. The batteries powered heating, light, the AC, the water-pump, and the fridge. And we had gas for cooking. Loved that travel-trailer! It had the best oven I ever used for baking! 🙂

Kim July 27, 2014 at 8:09 PM

Yeah. I ended up not being in support of the cause because they’re ending up giving LEGO all the heat instead of Shell. Also because I went to one of their German sites and translated it and they had a picture of a supposedly legit “Shell” set (though it actually looked kind of wonky and nothing of the level of quality that Lego puts out) and I looked up the set number on Brickset and it belonged to a completely different set. When I saw that obvious dishonestly, I became uninterested in their message.

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admin July 27, 2014 at 8:37 PM

Yeah, that was my impression as well. It is a shame that they had to resort to such tactics as the concern for Arctic drilling is an important issue. I did ask the person who contacted me from their organization why don’t they just reach out to LEGO and discuss the issue instead of attacking them. LEGO does care for the environment. They have demonstrated that many times. She never responsed to that question. Really sad…

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Superweapon July 27, 2014 at 8:48 PM

I guess you can count the Cars 2 oil rig set and if I remember correctly City had an oil tanker, or something that could easily be converted into one.

Question: If oil comes from dinosaurs, and plastic comes from oil, and toy dinosaurs come from plastic, are toy dinosaurs made from real dinosaurs?

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admin July 27, 2014 at 8:51 PM

That’s a reasonable train of thought. From now on I’m going to say that my LEGO is made of dinosaurs, and so is pretty much everything else around me. I always knew that dinosaurs weren’t extinct! :mrgreen:

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Superweapon July 27, 2014 at 10:17 PM

Well, I guess I got that discussion post I wanted.

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Håkan July 28, 2014 at 11:00 AM

On a related note, the smaller dinosaurs evolved into birds.

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admin July 28, 2014 at 11:01 AM

Oh, so hummingbirds were very-very-very small dinos? Cute! I wan’t one! :mrgreen:

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Håkan July 29, 2014 at 5:43 AM

More or less…

BLProductions July 28, 2014 at 2:41 PM

Wait, oil comes from dinosaurs?
I think I should know that, since dinosaurs were all I cared for until about 2010 (when I started caring more about my LEGO 🙂 ). 😕

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Andy at www.smallplasticbricks.com July 28, 2014 at 12:02 PM

I would get these for the animals for my zoo if they didn’t all have holes in the tops of their heads for accessories. 🙁

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admin July 28, 2014 at 1:38 PM

I know. Those wholes are a bit annoying. I actually don’t know any pet owners who put cute bows on all of their pets. But eventually I learned to ignore them, just like the whole on the friends hair pieces, holes on LEGO turbants and caps, etc.

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