4 sheets of vinyl stickers featuring amazing animals. In total you will have 26 stickers to do with as you please. They are durable and of good quality.
I protect sticker sheets with biodegradable bags. If you are purchasing multiple sets of sticker sheets please let me know if you want each in individual bags.
I'm on Maternity leave so my wonderful partner will be posting your orders on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Please allow one day for packaging (orders placed on a Tuesday will be sent the following Friday, Friday orders will be sent the following Tuesday).
Expect your order to arrive within: - 5 working days to the UK - 7 working days to Europe - 10 working days to the rest of the world
📦 Wholesale option is available but may take longer to post.
Animals include: Atlas moth: the largest moth species Blue whale: the largest animal to have lived on earth Coelacanth: a living fossil and possible ancestor to all land animals. Duckbilled platypus: A venomous mammal that produces milk and lays eggs. Electric eel: a fish that zaps prey with a jolt of electricity Frigate bird: a bird with a balloon-like throat to attract a mate Glaucous atlanticus: or blue dragon, a beautiful sea slug which hunts deadly jelly fish Hoatzin: a bird whose chicks have claws on their wings like a dinosaur Iguana (marine): a lizard adapted to swimming in the sea Jerboa: a speedy mammal that could be mistaken for a Pokemon! Kiwi: a flightless bird with hair-like feathers. Lays the biggest egg in ratio to the parent bird. Ouch. Leafy seadragon: a seahorse evolved to look like sea weed. Mantis shrimp: these guys can see three times as many colours as us humans! Narwhal: unicorns of the sea Otter (sea): they are adorable, and use tools. Pangolin: a mammal covered in scales. Quetzal: a beautiful birds with ridiculously long tail feathers Red panda: who needs a thumb when you can use an elongated wrist bone to hold your bamboo with. Starnosed mole: those noses find even the smallest morsel of food fast, and can hold a bubble of air for the mole to breathe underwater. Three toed sloth: these slow mammals are their own ecosystems with algae and moths found inly on these sloths. Urchin: a spherical animal. Vampire bat: these mammals have adapted to feed on blood. Whale shark: the largest fish in our seas. aXolotl: like a frog never growing up from a tadpole. Yak: special blood allows yaks to breathe in thin mountain air. Zooplankton: a billion mini and juvenile animals which float in the ocean.