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Aqua Dragons Jurassic Time Travel EGGspedition

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  • Showing the sleeping Dinosaur inside the tank!
  • Sleeping Dinosaur with light on and bubbles blowing
  • It's childs play to feed your Aquasaurs!
  • Close-up of Aquasaurs ... cool, ehh!
  • Another close-up of an Aquasaur
  • .... and another one!
Price:
£24.99
Item No:
B6621
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All you need to grow and keep your own sea creatures which have been around since the time of the Dinosaurs - 200 Million Years

We think this makes a lovely gift which will give months of interest!

These really must be the easiest pets ever ... you get to choose the day they are born ... and they should be visiable to the naked eye in 24 - 72 hours

The tank is really attractive egg shape on sort of sea bed effect with a little sleeping Dinosaur curled up in the sand

There is a built in battery operated viewing light so the tank can be used as a night light and there is a aerating button which you use every day to add some air to the tank (you just pump the button a few times ... it's very easy!)

There is an instruction leaflet which gives handy care advice and some really interesting information on how to tell what you Aquasaurs are doing ... if they're happy, hungry ... or in love!

One generation can last about 6 months but when your current generation of Aquasaurs are gone you just dry out the tank and there should be plenty of new eggs to start a new generation (they do not hatch unless thy are dried out first ... so you can't grow a continuous supply)

Kit Contains:

  • Dinosaur Egg Nest Tank (with Bubble Pump)
  • Aqua Dragons Eggs
  • Food for 1 year
  • Feeding spoon
  • Activity & Instruction Book
  • A4 Poster & Colouring Sheet
  • Aqua Dragons Stickers

Age 6+

2 x AA batteries required (included)


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