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Hello friends! So I found a big bag of junk at a store for 4$ and bought it. These are all the figures I picked out amongst the rubbish. I know that the dinos in the first two pics are safari toob figures, but does anyone what specific toobs? Also there are a few other toob figures that I have from safari, as well as a large "bonytail" fish from them. There is a bunch of K&M INT. figures in there, and some PV copies (?) that are stamped as SeaWorld on their bellies. Lastly there are just a few random things that I don't know much about. Any info on their rarity, brand, collection status, etc. would be hugely appreciated since many of these I plan on trading. Thanks for any help in advance!
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PostSubject: Re: Lots of new catches to identify...   Lots of new catches to identify... EmptySun Apr 12, 2015 9:41 pm

Lovely additions, and only for 4$! Shocked Congratulations! Applause

I can't help you out much here, but I'm sure some great members here can Wink I can only help you out with the lovely platypus; if I remember correctly, it's from the Wild Republic - Down Under Australian Nature Tube.

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I can't either, but I think some Marine mammals are PV? (last photo)
Great small additions Very Happy

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Congratulations! I LOVE those penguins drunken

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Congratulations,  very nice additions!  I think most of them are marked. So what do you want to know especially?

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The pv amazon dolphin is a rare catch :)

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Well, the second to last pic all those animals are marked as K&M, are they of any value? I recognized the dolphin, but all of those are marked as SeaWorld, does that make a difference? And lastly is anything else particularly interesting for any reason?
Also I forgot to mention I also found two Geo world dinos, they looks like a t.rex and spinosaurus but they aren't marked.

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The K&M figurines havent a high worth, only 1$ each i think.  About the seaworld pv knockoffs i think they have the same worth like the pv origins. But i only have one or two by this brand. But the huge fish is interesting i never saw him before.  And what is the specie of the gray whale in front of the humpback whale?  About the prehistoric figurines i have no idea.

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I think the specie of the 'gray whale' in front of the Humpback is a Blue whale :3

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I think the specie of the 'gray whale' in front of the Humpback is a Blue whale :3
I think too but better i am sure :)

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Hello friends! So I found a big bag of junk at a store for 4$ and bought it. These are all the figures I picked out amongst the rubbish. I know that the dinos in the first two pics are safari toob figures, but does anyone what specific toobs? Also there are a few other toob figures that I have from safari, as well as a large "bonytail" fish from them. There is a bunch of K&M INT. figures in there, and some PV copies (?) that are stamped as SeaWorld on their bellies. Lastly there are just a few random things that I don't know much about. Any info on their rarity, brand, collection status, etc. would be hugely appreciated since many of these I plan on trading. Thanks for any help in advance!
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Everything in the Photos 1, 2, and 4 are Safari LTD Toob Figures.

Some are from the Prehistoric Sharks Toob

Some are from the Feathered Dinosaurs Toob. and the others are from other Toobs that i cant specify


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The K&M figurines havent a high worth, only 1$ each i think.  About the seaworld pv knockoffs i think they have the same worth like the pv origins. But i only have one or two by this brand. But the huge fish is interesting i never saw him before.  And what is the specie of the gray whale in front of the humpback whale?  About the prehistoric figurines i have no idea.

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I think the specie of the 'gray whale' in front of the Humpback is a Blue whale :3
Yes, that whale is a blue whale. The other species in that picture are hammerhead shark, beluga whale, humpback whale, amazon river dolphin, tier shark, whale shark, and what I assume is a fish from Safari's incredible creature's line perhaps stamped as a "bonytail" fish.
Further questions, are any of the other PV seaworld figures special than the river dolphin? And what about the bonytail? Im sorry, I just don't know much about K&M, PV, or safari's other lines. Thanks again for everyone's help and congrats. Very Happy

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I dont know the bonytail figurine so it could be:) But from the rest is nothing so much special especially the Amazon dolphin :). But i only talk about my experiences :)

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The bear in the last pic is K&M black bear from the River otter adventure tube

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The bear in the last pic is K&M black bear from the River otter adventure tube

Yes indeed, and the deer and raccoon as well Very Happy Check [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] topic from Susanne for the River Otter Toob Wink

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