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Inflatable Dark Blue Topographical Globe, 16-inch Diameter

Replogle Inflatable Dark Blue Topographical Globe, 16-inch Diameter, Inflatable, 16601

 
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Introduce children to geography with this Inflatable Dark Blue Topographical Globe 16-inch Inflatable. Brilliantly colored and extremely durable.

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Excellent February 27, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Charlottesvle  
Thank you for the quick delivery and very nice globe that fit just what we were needing.

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Great Product!! October 31, 2018
Reviewer: eaworley  
What a great way to inspire my grandchildren about the world!  And... because of the ever-changing names of countries and their boundaries ... what a wonderful cost effect way to combine it all!

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peace corps teacher May 1, 2013
Reviewer: Sinclair from San Juan Island  
My granddaughter, a Peace Corps volunteer, has been teaching high school in a remote mountain village in Lesotho in southern Africa. When her mother, my daughter who lives in Minnesota, visited at Christmas, she was amazed to learn that the people there were shocked to learn that it wasn't summer everywhere at that time, and that St. Paul was up to the armpits in snow. So I sent the globes to the

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