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Sold by 4 dozens

Squeeze, stretch, and pull this fun puffer fish and it returns to it's original shape. With the flick of the wrist this puffer fish lights up as it flies. This puffer toy is a great addition to goody bags, classroom rewards buckets, carnival prizes, and much more. Clearance-priced items, glow items, light-up merchandise, and candy are not returnable. All sales final.

"ul" "li"Approximate size 4 in L. (including tail) "li"Cord is approximately 2 1/2 in L. (stretches to over 12 in L.) "li"Assorted vibrant colors: pink, blue, yellow orange, green, and purple (colors may vary) "li"Lights-up, non replaceable battery included

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