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Lions of the Sea is a 100 piece kids jigsaw puzzle from Springbok. Puzzle measures 13.5" x 18.875" when complete. Artwork by David Miller. Released January 2013.


Lions of the Sea

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Made in USA

About Springbok Lions of the Sea

  • 100 pieces
  • Made by Springbok
  • Completed puzzle measures 19" x 14"
  • Available online only

Themes: Fish, Sea Life

Age 7+
Puzzle Type Children's Puzzles, Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 33-04204
UPC Number 091683042043
Puzzle Category Children's Puzzles
Item Number 70833
Availability Online Only

Frequently Bought Together

Lions of the Sea
Best Peel & Stick Glue Sheets
The Puzzle Scoop
BEST Sort & Save Puzzle Trays

Total Price: $56.96

This item: Lions of the Sea - $17.99
Best Peel & Stick Glue Sheets - $10.99
The Puzzle Scoop - $14.99
BEST Sort & Save Puzzle Trays - $12.99

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Quality
Excellent (95%)
Overall Difficulty
Medium (29%)
5 Stars
Janet Konig - Fayetteville, AR

4 Stars
Joann Lancaster - Port Orchard, WA
Quality: Good
Difficulty: Medium

5 Stars
Joni Alexander - Ballwin, MO
Quality: Excellent
Difficulty: Easy

Great products

5 Stars
Richard Brindley - Warren, OH
Quality: Excellent
Difficulty: Easy

5 Stars
Jacqueline Carr - San Diego, CA
Quality: Excellent
Difficulty: Hard

I recently bought a wide variety of 100-piece jigsaw puzzles for my 92-year-old mother who is a resident of a board-and-care home. Unlike all the other residents there, she doesn’t have dementia, but she is prone to falls, and her vision is impaired, so finding ways to keep her occupied but stationary is not easy. She can no longer read books. The 100-piece puzzles not only gave her something enjoyable to do but the caregivers found them entertaining, too. So my mother benefited from a lot of extra social interaction that would not have happened without the puzzles. And the caregivers took phone-photos of all the completed puzzles. I am going to experiment with 200-piece puzzles next. I do wish that puzzle makers would develop images that target the interests of people born in the 1920s–1940s. Photos of cute animals and animated cartoon characters offer little eppeal to the mature audience. Nostalgia memoribilia would be welcome subject matter.

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