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The toys have been designed by a group of local baby shark enthusiasts who are using them for educational purposes and will be sold in the city for $7.99 each.
While the toys are currently only available for the baby shark hobbyist, the idea behind them is to educate children about the dangers of shark attacks.
“We are going to use the toys for educational reasons and teach them about the danger of shark bites,” said Joanna Boon, a spokesperson for the group.
“It’s about making sure that kids are informed about what can happen and that they get the right advice.”
“We want to make sure that they are aware of the risks associated with shark bites, and that we get the correct advice so they don’t get hurt or die,” she said.
“They can be a good distraction when they are having a lot of fun.”
The toys are designed to teach kids about sharks, and are available for a low price of $7,99 each for the beginner, and $10,99 for the intermediate.
The group said that it is also planning to sell a variety of other shark toys which will help children learn about the different types of shark species, including sharks, rays, rays and other shark species.
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