Amarok Wooden Puzzle M size 140 pieces Fantasy Puzzles

Amarok Wooden Puzzle M size 140 pieces Fantasy Puzzles

€35.00
  • SKU: FP010
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DESCRIPTION
Fantasy puzzles are wooden puzzles with enchanting colours and shapes. Each puzzle contains many colourful animal shapes to play with. Each puzzle piece is unique in its shape. "Fantasy puzzles are a form of leisure activity that will help you to escape from everyday worries and immerse yourself in the fantastic world of mythology, with its unique colours and shapes.
Amarok (Amaroq, Amaguq) means wolf in Inuit. In Inuit mythology, a giant wolf that hunts alone. Word of mouth tells the story of a boy who inherited the title of tribal chief when he was young. Because he was small and weak, he decided to draw strength from the legendary Amarok. On the moon, the boy summoned a giant wolf, larger than even a polar bear. Amarok told the boy that if he had the will, he would become the greatest ruler of his tribe. Amarok instructed the boy to return to him every day and train with him so that he would become stronger each time. After a few weeks, the boy felt strong enough to take on three polar bears. Such is the way of the most warlike and powerful leader in Eskimo history.

  • Included: 140 pieces.
  • Puzzle size: M - 29 cm (11.4").
  • Complexity: 140 pieces are equivalent to 400 pieces of a normal puzzle.
  • Box size: 22 x 15 x 5.4 cm (8.66" x 5.9" x 2.1").
  • Weight: 489 g. (1.07 lbs) (approx).
  • Natural wood product.
  • Handmade.
  • Exceptional puzzle design, uniquely shaped pieces.
  • Eco-friendly paints used.
  • Made-resistant and indelible image, water-resistant.
  • Balanced for adults, but also suitable for children from 6 years.
  • Sturdy, decorated wooden box to put the puzzle in.
  • New, sealed. Made in Lithuania.
  • 100% authentic, original Fantasy Puzzles product.

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