Clump-o-Lump by Knock Knock Tig-o The Tiger
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- Tig-o the Tiger is 26.5 inches long; body is 7 x 6.5 inches
- Made of 100% polyester fleece with plastic eyes and a plastic zipper with metal pull
- Brought to you by Knock Knock, continuing to surprise, tickle, and delight
- Take me out of the forest by zipping and matching me with a shark or a squid or a frog
- Adorable stuffed animals that zip apart into 3 whimsical pieces-head, torso, and rump-so they can be mixed, matched, multiplied
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Say hello to Tig-o the Tiger, Frog-o-Frog, Shark-o the Shark, Bee-o the Bee, Squid-o the Squid, and Bird-o the Bird! These adorable creatures are a part of Knock Knock's inaugural family of stuffed animals that zip apart into three whimsical pieces—head, torso, and rump—so they can be mixed, matched, and multiplied! A real-life mathematician even calculated that over 2,303 Clump-o-Lump combinations are possible—from charming “two-fers” to ten-foot-long “totem poles.” Collect all 6 Clump-o-Lumps and let your children's imagination run wild!
From the Manufacturer
I am Tig-o the Tiger. I love to roar and bite and pounce, but what I love most of all is zipping and matching so I can hop like a frog, gurgle like a shark, or fly like a bee. People admire my stripes but I tell them looks aren’t everything—I’m really spiritual, too. In my free time, I like to meditate on the meaning of life. Brought to you by Knock Knock, the company who brings you fun. Knock Knock was founded in 2002 with the goal of making witty, intelligent, surprising gift and stationery products. Since then we’ve expanded our line again and again, into books, accessories, office products, and more. We’ve recently enjoyed bringing our off-kilter sensibility to kids, showering the shorties with activity books, pads, and travel bingo. And now, there’s Clump-o-Lump. In the fall of 2010, while guest-lecturing at Pasadena’s famed Art Center College of Design, Knock Knock head honcho Jen Bilik met Max Knecht, an insanely talented industrial design student. Out of a vintage suitcase he pulled the first hand-sewn Clump-o-Lump prototypes, about as charming then as they are now. Jen was smitten.