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Age: 12M+

Marine Puzzle

Age: 12M+

Marine Puzzle


Marine Puzzle

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Product Information

2.064
kg
Description

This marine theme puzzle including shell, crab, turtle, and whale, encourage kids to learn about marine life, develop problem solving, fine motor skills, and perfect for imaginative play.

  • Explore life underwater with this wooden puzzle and get to know some of the sea's primary creatures
  • Features a whale, crab, turtle and shell
  • Place each sea creature into its proper environment on the puzzle board and watch the puzzle come to life!
  • Sustainably made in Thailand using chemical-free rubberwood, formaldehyde-free glue, organic pigments and water-based dyes.
Specifications
Package Dimension (W x L x H):

7.4 in X 2.24 in X 7.4 in

18.8 cm X 5.69 cm X 18.8 cm

Product Dimension (W x L x H):

8.66 in X 8.66 in X 1.3 in

22 cm X 22 cm X 3.3 cm

Package Weight:

1.39 lb

0.63 kg

*The biggest part:

Base

Award Information:

SKU: 5688
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Anonymous
Awesome and beautiful puzzle!

My daughter’s very happy with it so great buy.

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Kim Desmet
Marine puzzle

Amazing!
The quality is like no other, I have 2 boys and they are at the age that the love to throw their toys. There is no scratch or dent to be found on the puzzle pieces or the marine animals.
The kids love to make the puzzle and place the animals on it. The animals are even used seperatly to play with. So again another beautiful example of open-end playing.