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Suprizamals are surprise animals. You never know which one you are going to get. Due to their small size, the fact that they come in sets of three, and how fun they are, you can give your child the chance to collect all of them. They are great for parties, where every person gets a surprise treat. In no time you will recognize that these animals make great gifts no matter the occasion or event.
The cost of Surprizamal Stuffed Animals is $19.99 and the shipping is FREE!
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These toys are super soft, high quality plush.
They are fun toys for boys and girls with gender neutral names, animals, and colors.
Each time you open the capsules in which they are contained, a fluffy animal literally pops out at you. The surprise, the joy, and the entertainment is priceless.
The toys are collectible and you can trade them for ones you do not yet have. If your friend has two dalmatians and you have two cats, trade. Trade toys with friends to even out your collections.
There are three fun packs from which to choose and there are twelve animals in total. Given that you do not know which ones you will get, everything is always a surprise.
You get a collectors guide so that you can see what eleven of the twelve are. Of course, the ultra rare one is a blank, so you will just have to wait until you find it to know what it is.
These are smaller, handful sized plush toys which means you can easily carry them around with you. They fit inside of the small, child size suitcases, toy backpacks, and more.
You open the container and pop, an animal comes out. Each container has a unique animal and no way to know what is inside until they are opened. There are four categories from which to collect. Common animals, collectors, rare, and ultra rare. No one knows what the ultra rare is. However, the rare ones include Izzy the unicorn, Sally the seal, Orson the dog, and Lucky the dalmatian pup. Collector ones include Piper the panda, Sasha the seahorse, Wally the walrus. It also includes Cristy the crab, Nikki the bear, Kit the cat, and Emmie the elephant.
There are many toys out there that are designed to get bigger, or “grow” from a small size, like the washcloths produced by the Disney company. Said washcloths start out smaller than a bar of soap, but once they come in contact with water they grow to full size. You can even find little gummy animals that do the same thing. They all require water though. This is different because it takes no water and the animal is just neatly compacted inside of the container.
Naturally it is both good and bad that you cannot control which animals you receive. For those who truly want to collect them all, it will come at a high cost, and maybe multiple repeat sets of the animals.
Most companies providing things like this make a mass production of about half of their selection, then limit the production of the other half. As such, you will probably purchase sets of three and regularly end up with the same animals you already have, spending lots of money trying to get the rarer of the group. They even have the “ultra rare suprizamal” but you don’t know what it will be.
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I bought 4 of these online for my daughters birthday this Easter. We didn't have any, it was our first time collecting these. I thought she'd really like these. We Received 4 of the exact same one when I ordered directly from the company. I would understand getting 2 the same but all 4? Comeon now!
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