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You’ll need to reach out to the manufacturer or amazon customer service via chat on the app or email.
WildeMamaBear
· October 29, 2020
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Wish I could answer but as far as I know it is a total set . You may have to contact the manufacturer direct or contact Amazon to remedy the problem. Sorry I was not able to help.
Natalie Frey
· August 14, 2019
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They have to be placed in snuggly but , yes they will stay.
Tonya Hawkins
· July 9, 2019
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Hello Amazon Customer! The Spike the Fine Motor Hedgehog is made in China. Feel free to contact us at review@learningresources.com with any other questions you may have.
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Manufacturer · February 25, 2019
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Hi, I don't know if they/Amazon can do that. You can definitely return and purchase again. I bought this hedgehog for my son and it is great for fine motor skills.
Amazon Customer
· December 4, 2019
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Hello Amazon Customer! Replacement quills are not sold separately for Spike the Fine Motor Hedgehog. Feel free to contact us at review@learningresources.com with any other questions you may have.
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Manufacturer · February 27, 2019
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Does it get their brains working? Yes. My grandchildren like it and the youngest, aged two, is better with eye-hand coordination, possibly because she plays with it.
ncmissouri
· July 10, 2019
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You would have to contact the seller.
Nancy McKeown
· December 1, 2020