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NEW PRODUCT – Geno the Giraffe – Kinetic Creatures

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NEW PRODUCT – Geno the Giraffe – Kinetic Creatures. Geno the Giraffe is a walking cardboard animal sculpture that you assemble from pre-cut and scored cardboard pieces. Geno walks when you turn the included wire handle, or Geno can walk with mechanical and electrical additions, such as Lego motors or the Kinetic Creatures Motor Kit.

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Elly the Elephant Kit includes:

  • 25 pre-cut and scored cardboard pieces
  • wire turn-handle
  • Printed and online video instructions

Size: 21.5″ tall x 18″ long

Recommended for ages 11 and up. Contains wire and small parts. No glue or tools required.

In stock and shipping now!


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