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January 2013 | Vol. XII - No. 1

Safari Ltd® Introduces More than 100 Educational Toys

By TDmonthly Staff
January 2013

Safari Ltd®, family-owned manufacturer and worldwide distributor of museum-quality, educational toys, expanded its collections with more than 100 new hand-painted products for 2013.

New additions include mythical creatures, wildlife, sea life, Life Cycle sets, miniature replicas and dinosaurs, including the Carnegie Concavenator authenticated by Carnegie Museum of Natural History paleontologists. Safari Ltd® also launched an extensive glow-in-the-dark collection.

Owner and CEO Ramona Pariente continually reviews and selects new product from the company’s inspiration list – a compilation of suggestions from children, parents, collectors, educators and experienced buyers alike.

"I promised myself when I took over this company that I would not forget my father’s vision," Pariente said. "Each new introduction speaks to his passion, and our mission to teach children the importance of nature and its conservation through the joy of play."

Each new figure can take years to release as American sculptors work to perfect the anatomy of each replica.

Safari Ltd®, known for designing toys as educational tools, also provides educational information online for each product in five different languages.

About Safari Ltd®
For 30 years Safari Ltd® has been a leading manufacturer of innovative, educational toys specializing in authentic, hand-painted replicas.

Safari Ltd® has licenses with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Monterey Bay Aquarium to produce scale model dinosaur and sea life replica collections, establishing Safari Ltd® as a serious replica company for children and collectors alike. All of its products are lead free.

Safari Ltd® philanthropic contributions cover a wide variety of local and global conservation efforts, including Big Cat Rescue, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, the Humane Society of Greater Miami Adopt-A-Pet, the Marine Mammal Center, the Nature Conservancy, National Eagle Center and the Sierra Club.

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