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Animal Letter E: Echidna poster

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This 11"X14" animal alphabet poster takes the ancient, mystical illuminated letter to a more modern, playful realm, integrating the letter E with an illustration of an Echidna, which is the only mammal, other than its cousin the platypus, to lay eggs.

Interesting and fun facts about this unusual Australian animal, which uses its long sticky tongue to slurp up ants, are printed on the back, so the poster is educational as well as fun to look at. In purchasing this poster, you can encourage your child's inquisitive mind and her or his interest in the natural world. If your child's name begins with the letter E, and if he or she loves animals of all kinds, you'll want to display this poster on the wall of his or her room.

The poster is printed on a heavy, coated card stock in vibrant color, and includes a white border. It can be framed in a standard 11"x14" frame, and enjoyed by children and adults (frame not included). Shipping included in price.

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Animal Letter E: Echidna poster

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$20.00
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, card stock, digital print
  • Feedback: 2 reviews
  • Favorited by: 1 person
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From Nashville, Tennessee

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