|Number of Pieces||1|
|Material Care Instructions||Surface Washable|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||16 April 2018|
|Mfg Recommended age||0 - 12 years|
|Item Model Number||22369|
|Product Dimensions||78.74 x 34.29 x 21.59 cm; 100 Grams|
Wild Republic Black Tipped Shark Plush, Stuffed Animal, Plush Toy, Gifts for Kids, Living Ocean, 20"
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|Number of pieces||1|
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- Come play with this fun and cuddly black tipped shark stuffed animal and let people of all ages enjoy the authentic looking plush animal.
- This big, friendly but sometimes scary black tipped shark stuffed toy is approximately 31".
- While your on an adventure, you are bound to get dirty but never fear this plush toy is easy to clean and surface washable.
- Kids are often afraid of the dark, by gifting them this toy plush you can give them a sleeping companion.
- This plush animal is very durable and made out of the highest quality of fabrics, allowing it to make it through any adventures that are thrown its way.
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For nearly 4 decades, Wild Republic's realistic stuffed animals and toys have helped children explore the beauty of nature. Our mission is to create toys that foster curiosity about wildlife and educate children about the wonders of nature. Wild Republic is the natural choice for young explorers everywhere.
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Regardless, the niece loves it and even recognized it as a Narwhal from one of her books. I'm sure it will get along well with the mackerel, squid, and giant marine isopod already nudging her gently in the direction of an expensive Marine Biology degree.