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Hog Wild is introducing a new collection of Poppers to their already popular Poppers line, which has sold 5.5 million Poppers to date! Hop in on the mythical madness with the best selling Unicorn Popper, the fire breathing Dragon Popper and the mysterious Big Foot Popper! Or pop back into prehistoric times and horn in on the fun with the Triceratops Popper and the bird of play, the Pterodactyl Popper. Squeeze the belly and watch one of the six soft foam balls shoot up to 20 feet high! The harder you squeeze, the higher they fly!
We got the fun Wild Dragon Popper and the Pterodactyl Popper sent for our review. These poppers are the perfect size for stocking stuffers or a small last minute gift!
Rose has several of these fun poppers and loves to pop them at our little neighbor friends during a little popper war!! These poppers and balls are made of soft foam so you don't have to worry about your kids getting hurt while they play with them. Rose just recently had her birthday and this marked the 7th year she donated all her birthday gifts to our local Toys for Tots organization in order to help other children have a special holiday! She decided to do the same with these two poppers we received as well, in lieu of keeping them for herself to play with. She knew that these would make a couple kids happy this Christmas!
You can purchase Hog Wild Toys online at Amazon or use their store locator to find a retailer near you!
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