No soldering, snaps together, beginner experience recommended, for ages 10 and up.
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Dangerous? You've got to be kidding? An inch worm...? From the OWI Jr. Science Series, Attacking Inch worm has orange spiky limbs to
ward off any predator who seeks to challenge it as a delectable delight. Its initial defensive mechanism may fool intruders for a moment, but still
requires a way to heed out of harms way. The sun's rays power this mini solar science kit to slither along to safety. The mechanical movements simulate the movements
of its soft-bodied derivative.
Because its home is above ground, Attacking Inch Worm has a hard plastic body to protect itself. This slender creeping animal is easy to assemble and demonstrates alternative
energy principles. No batteries and tools required and less than fifty parts to assemble.