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ds is mad about animals, where can I get cheap wild animal figures?

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deaconblue Sun 26-Aug-07 20:34:33

ELC large animals (he's too young for the small cheaper ones I think) are £4 each and I've just lost my bid on ebay for a stash of them and there's none on there at the moment. REally would like ot get him elephant, giraffe etc to play with.

totaleclipse Sun 26-Aug-07 20:35:57

I might have some, will look and get back to you.

MerlinsBeard Sun 26-Aug-07 20:36:41

i think tesco do some. poundstretcher certainly do a load in a plastic tub.

deaconblue Sun 26-Aug-07 20:37:02

ooooooooooooh you lovely mumsnetter

deaconblue Sun 26-Aug-07 20:38:04

hadn't thought of tesco, will have a nose in there this week. ARe the poundstretcher ones little though? Need chunky or he will scoff them

totaleclipse Sun 26-Aug-07 20:48:10

I cant find them, am sure ds had some somewhere....sorry.

pointydog Sun 26-Aug-07 20:49:07

yes, you get those animals in tubes. The dds got a lot in France recently. You get them here too, just can't remember where I've seen them. So I'm no help really.

LadyVictoriaOfCake Sun 26-Aug-07 20:51:38

i have about 20 of the medium/large size.

i cant give them away though (see car thread), so what would you pay plus postage?

deaconblue Sun 26-Aug-07 20:57:19

Thank you for looking totaleclipse. Lady Victoria the stuff I missed out on ebay went for £3.70 for 30 animals plus p and p but I could go up to £5. DOn't worry if you would rather not sell them for that, I fully understand.

deaconblue Sun 26-Aug-07 20:59:48

by the way HURRAH for no medical equipment being needed in your new car grin

Mum2Lucas Mon 27-Aug-07 09:21:58

My Mum's a car boot sale addict and regularly gets loads of toys at bargain prices for my 2. Would be worth a try if you're going to be up at that time anyway.

KaySamuels Mon 27-Aug-07 09:28:21

Another vote for Poundstretcher, they do little clear tubs with about8 wild animals/dinosaurs/farm animals in, think they are £2 and you get a little plastic playmat too. Worth the money, ds has some dinosaur ones he loves them and they don't take up loads of space!

KaySamuels Mon 27-Aug-07 09:29:39

Just seen size question. They are about 2inches high each figure, and very resilient to chewing, bashing about. smile

mummydoit Mon 27-Aug-07 09:46:05

You might pick some up in a charity shop.

fick Mon 27-Aug-07 09:55:32

on ebay

fick Mon 27-Aug-07 10:02:36

more ebay

deaconblue Mon 27-Aug-07 10:45:52

thanks fick ,I saw the first ones but thought dye cast meant they were metal so didn't look closer (look plastic though) will bid on the second lot I think.

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