Kidicraft continues to build its 3D puzzle line with new Animal Planet range

On the heels of its DC Comics Superman and Batman puzzle range launch last week, Kidicraft is continuing to bolster its licensed products output for 2020, this time detailing a raft of new Animal Planet puzzles for kids.

The Animal Planet range will initially launch in just the 63-piece puzzle size, with eight new designs including a Dolphin, African Lions and a Pink Flamingo. There will also be 150-piece puzzles which feature Elephants and a Hummingbird, adding to the popular pocket money puzzle size.

Kidicraft will be using what it describes as ‘a new and improved Prime 3D lens’ to give even greater depth and movement to the array of images on their 3D puzzles, and the new Prime 3D will debut on the Animal Planet range from February 2020.

The new products will be on display at the London Toy Fair (Stand H30) and Spring Fair International (Hall 5, Stand K28).

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