Hidden Creatures Build Your Own Turtle Cache Container

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Hidden Creatures Build Your Own Turtle Cache Container
  • Hidden Creatures Build Your Own Turtle Cache Container
  • Hidden Creatures Build Your Own Turtle Cache Container
  • Hidden Creatures Build Your Own Turtle Cache Container
  • Hidden Creatures Build Your Own Turtle Cache Container

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Ancient legends speak of a turtle that carried the world on it's back. In modern interpretations, we realize that what was really back there was the world of geocaching!

From our friends at Custom Bricks comes a selection of Hidden Creatures that people will be delighted to find! They can be a great addition to your brick collection or rack up the favorite points as one of the most interesting hides ever!

From June 27th until July 25th geocachers can earn up to 13 mythical creature digital souvenirs by finding geocaches or attending events. Make your experience a bit more legendary with these super cool brick sets!

The Turtle Cache Containers includes 52 building bricks along with printed assembly instructions. The body of the Turtle opens up which allows for space for a logsheet. This cache container is not water tight, so a waterproof nano cache container with one log sheet is included.

Dimensions:  The turtle is approximately 50mm tall and 83mm long.

If using as a cache container or if handling in any significant way, we do recommend that you use some glue to hold things together.

 

Please note: This is not a LEGO® product. These are re-purposed LEGO® elements and other elements that have been repackaged or altered from their original form. LEGO is a trademark of The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor or endorse this product. The LEGO Group is not liable for any loss, injury or damage arising from the use or misuse of this product. All Rights Reserved.

Choking Hazard: individual building bricks may pose a choking hazard to children under 6 years of age.

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