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Carl Sagan Plush Finger Puppet Magnet

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Item Number: UG3555

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Carl Sagan was an astronomer, educator, and skeptic who championed the search for extraterrestrial life. This finger puppet can help you explain the latest scientific ideas about astronomy and rocket science, or – since it's also a magnet – it can hang out on your locker as you solve the problems of nuclear winter and global warming. Either way, you'll have our undivided attention. For most of his career, Sagan was professor at Cornell University, where he directed the Laboratory for Planetary Studies. Sagan wrote, co-wrote, or edited of hundreds of books, articles, and papers, and thanks to him, we're all more aware of our own effect on our planet's ecology and we're more at home in the universe. The Carl Sagan Plush Finger Puppet Magnet measures approximately 4-inches tall.

Company: Unemployed Philosophers Guild
Theme: Historical Figures
Product Type: Puppets
Characters: Carl Sagan
Age: All Ages
Country of Origin: China
Height: 4.00
Height: 2.00
Width: 2.00
Length: 5.00
Weight: 0.050

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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
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