LEGO Jane Goodall Tribute (40530) Review
Today is the start of the LEGO Jane Goodall Tribute (40530) promotion on the LEGO Shop and here’s our quick review of the set. It has 276 coins, and you can get it for free with purchases of $120 or more through March 15, while supplies last. The set comes in five unnumbered bags and contains a small plate sticker.
The Jane Goodall minifigure features her in a sand green shirt with tan pants. Her wrinkled facial expression shows her with a smile. A white ponytail completes her look. It comes with a pair of binoculars as an accessory.
The build includes a small jungle habitat made up of three trees. The right side of the habitat has a small stream of water that uses trans-blue tiles. The taller tree on the left uses a combination of slopes and brickwork to achieve the look. There are hanging vines on the leaves in different sizes, which is quite beautiful. There are also flowers of different colors that are spread over the habitat. Three chimpanzees that are located on the rider tiles but you put them just about anywhere. Finally, there is a sticker plaque for ethologist Dr Jane Goodall.
All in all, it’s a really nice set that LEGO has released to celebrate International Women’s Day 2022. The price to get it is up $20 from last year when the tribute from Amelia Earhart (40450) is out, but it also has 76 more pieces which includes the three chimpanzees.
As for the build itself, it doesn’t look too bad for a small jungle setup. The trees are a bit flimsy and the two smaller ones kept falling apart when I put the leaves down.
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