The classic toys are the best, and this colorful puzzle will be a favorite for years. Painted brightly, this fish will help your little one with the basics of colors and hand eye coordination as well as learning to count from 1 to 10.
Sri Lanka is home to about a tenth of the world’s total 40,000 Asian elephants in the wild. However, elephants in Sri Lanka are being killed at an alarming rate—not for their tusks, meat, or hides—but simply because they interfere with agriculture. In Sri Lanka, an estimated 4,000 elephants have been destroyed since 1950. The key to the survival of the elephant is finding an alternative source of income so the locals aren't so dependent on their fields. These fun puzzles do just that. By using sustainably harvested plantation rubber wood, the artisans earn the income needed for their families, leaving the elephants to graze freely another day.
- Made by hand in Sri Lanka
- Carved plantation rubber wood
- Non toxic coatings (compliant with US toy safety standards)
- Puzzle measures 9-1/2" wide x 5-3/4" tall x 1" thick
- Single sided design with double sided coloring
- Ten pieces
- Age 3+