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Removable Contours Line Equipment Model Kit Geology Science Teac

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Removable Contours Line Equipment Model Kit Geology Science Teac

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Product description

Description:

- 3D Geographical Isoline Model Kit

- Removable design, those layers can be removed along the contours

- Includes peak, ridge, valley, steep cliff, river and many other terrains

- Great geography teaching aids

- Material: Plastic

Size Chart:

Size(L x W x H): Approx. 45 x 24 x 15 cm/ 17.7 x 9.45 x 5.9 inch

Package Includes:

1 x Isoline Model Kit

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