Paper Dolphin

Size: 43x37x47 cm

The Dolphin kit contains:
  • 2 large coloured templates and 1,5 large white templates.
  • A test shape to practice, folding and building instructions.
  • A set of paper pre-cut black eyes.
  • Fast drying glue and a folding lath.

Add scissors / little craft knife and that’s all you need to assemble this Dolphin yourself! 🙂

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Get creative with this 3D paper Dolphin animal head!

You can now take the Marine life into your home decoration in a very animal friendly way. All our paper creations are made with FSC-paper. And so is this 3D paper Dolphin animal head. Assembling this 3D paper Dolphin animal head is like a mindful journey. It will keep you busy for a few hours with an amazing result. The feeling of joy when you are ready with assembling this beautiful blue or pink Dolphin is great!

The Dolphin kit contains:

  • 2 large colored templates and 1,5 large white template.
  • A test shape to practice, folding and building instructions.
  • A set of paper pre-cut black eyes.
  • Fast drying glue and a folding lath.

Add scissors / little craft knife and that’s all you need to assemble this Dolphin yourself! 🙂

Dolphin facts:

Dolphins are smart animals living in groups and love to play! They communicate with each other by making clicking sounds and whistling. They do not have gills being a mammal and with only one deep breath they can stay under water for 15 minutes! During a nap, their hemispheres take turns sleeping, so that they can still keep a close eye on their environment for possible danger. 🙂

The Scientific Name is Odontoceti. They eat a lot of fish and shrimps. Their average life span when they live is still unknown.
Some dolphins are huge! Their size can go up to 32 feet which is the same as the length of a bus. The smallest dolphin in earth is only 5 feet long.
Dolphins are graceful, sleek swimmers that can reach speeds of more than 18 miles an hour. They are also playful and often frolic in a boat’s wake, leaping out of the water! Dolphins have more than one mate, and generally produce a single offspring that will stay with the mother for up to six years, depending on the species.

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