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Tasmanian Tiger 3D Puzzle - by EUGY

SKU AG00836
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Original price $17.90 - Original price $17.90
Original price $17.90
$17.90
$17.90 - $17.90
Current price $17.90

A tribute to the Tasmanian Tiger / Thylacine! This special and unique marsupial is a shy nocturnal animal that has been extinct for almost 100 years.

Assemble this puzzle in 3D by superimposing the different numbered pieces and glue them with the included non-toxic glue. Complete the puzzle then play for hours, letting your imagination run wild.

EUGYs are sustainable paper craft toys made from cardboard - one of the most recyclable materials! It’s printed with eco-friendly ink and comes with non-toxic glue. It’s safe for children and environmentally-friendly!

Playing with EUGY is a great educational activity, helping children get familiar with counting numbers, enhancing concentration and motor skills

*Please note that the product is subject to updates without prior notice. The actual product may slightly vary from images.

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Shipping:

  • We ship Australia wide. Final rates are calculated at the checkout.
  • Orders for instock product are shipped within 24 business hours
  • We offer flat rate shipping starting to most countries worldwide. International shipments do not include any duties or taxes which may be payable upon entry of the order into your country. Please contact your local customs authorities for more information.

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Returns:

We accept returns up to 30 days after delivery, if the item is unused and in its original condition, and we will refund the full order amount minus the shipping costs for the return.

Some items may not be eligible for returns, please refer to the individual product descriptions for more information

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