Oct 092011
 
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plush chlamydia microbe

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Plush Microbes Features

** Plush Chlamydia
** Green Ball with Black Eyes and “Spiky Hair”
** Made by Giant Microbes
** Original 5-7″
** Petri Dish 3 Mini Microbes
** Gigantic 15-20″ Plush Toy

Don’t let the appearance of this adorable green plush microbe fool you. He may look to be about the size of a tennis ball, and his lime green fuzzy body may be all cute and innocent.

This microbe is one of the nastiest diseases that one person can give to another. While not strictly lethal, it’s highly unpleasant and can make life…difficult for the patient. It can be treated, but if left untended, it can cause severe complications later on. The disease manifests in the reproductive areas of men and women, and strangely enough, the eyes. Trachoma or Chlamydia conjunctivitis is, in a world-wide sense, fairly common. In addition, moms who are about to give birth and who have it can pass it on to their new kids. What a way to come into the world. “Surprise kiddo! You’ve got the the nasties!” As for how it looks, trust us when we say the effects are pretty gross if you let it go on too long. Really though, stuff like this is so easy to avoid if you just pay attention! We promise. Common sense rules the day! As for the cute informational plushie, he, like all his GIANT Microbe sibs comes with a neat tag that tells you all about him.

This microbe was brought to you today by the letters S, T, D and the number 18! Stay safe, kids!

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Giant Microbes are perfect for teachers, parents and kids interested in science or humorous gifts. Each plush microbe comes with an information tag including scientific name, an image of the actual microbe, and a mini history and science lesson. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
GIANTmicrobes are fun and educational way to learn about various health topics and the microscopic critters that are found in and around us.

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