16 Inch Deep Sea Light-Up Fish Decoration
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- Molded plastic skeleton has movable jaw
- Approx. 16" long
- "Bait" glows yellow, body glows blue when lit
- Requires 3 AG13 button batteries (demo batteries included)
- Battery compartment in fish's mouth requires Phillips-head screwdriver (not included) to open
Mysteries of the Sea
Deep down under the water, there is a landscape that we can hardly imagine. There are deep canyons, steaming vents, and alien rock formations. And then there are all the forgotten sunken ships, half-buried in sand and housing treasures and sea creatures alike. The water hides secrets that humans might never know about. And the truth that actually exists out there is wilder than the sea monsters that people used to draw on Medieval maps. Who would have thought that a sharp-toothed, large-eyed fish that uses a glowing light to lure prey to its hungry jaws actually exists?
This light-up deep-sea fish skeleton is fashioned after the uncanny but real Angler fish. It's just under one and a half feet long, the right size to stand out without taking up too much space when it's time to put away the Halloween directions. Running off button cell batteries, this fish glows anywhere you place it. An eerie tribute to underwater mysteries, this skeleton fish is sure to catch Halloween revelers off guard. The perfect pick for school science rooms, nautical and pirate-themed parties, and seaside Halloween parties, this fish celebrates the mysterious and dangerous world that lurks deep under the waves.
- Adorably terrifyingBy SharmanderSquee | June 14, 2022
I love this thing. Its little mouth can be posed and you can carry the wired switch in your hand and squeeze it to make the light come on, or you can press a switch behind the head to make the light stay on.Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Was this review helpful to you?