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WILD ANIMALS OF AFRICA

$12.99
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WILD ANIMALS OF AFRICA – 10971

Ages 2+ years      10 pieces

 

Enter a world of imaginative play with the LEGO® DUPLO® Wild Animals of Africa and share precious developmental milestones with little animal-lovers aged 2 and up.

Introduce preschoolers to the animals of Africa with this adorable baby elephant and baby giraffe. There are flowers and a tree for the easy-to-hold animal figures to nibble on and a 3-dimensional, foldable woodland playmat to explore. This versatile safari toy is a great way to develop children’s self-expression and fine motor skills as they enjoy endless role play with Africa’s cutest animals.

All LEGO DUPLO sets are expertly designed with fun narratives, bright colors, diverse characters and lots of details to give your little learner a BIG start in life.

 

  • LEGO® DUPLO® Wild Animals of Africa gives preschoolers endless, hands-on, developmental fun with 2 baby animals in their natural environment.
  • The colorful playset includes a baby elephant and giraffe that are easy for toddlers to pick up and place, flowers, a tree and a 3-dimensional woodland playmat.
  • This versatile safari toy is a fun way to develop children’s self-expression and fine motor skills as they enjoy endless role play with the 2 animals.
  • The playmat measures 6.7 x 4.7 x 4.7 inches (LxWxH). The tree stands 3.2 inches tall.
  • All LEGO® DUPLO® sets are expertly designed with engaging narratives, lots of colors, diverse characters and many details to give your little learner a BIG start in life.
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