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About The Product

The Land Downunder is infamous for its dangerous animals, with more deadly venomous animals than any other country worldwide. Australia is truly unique being home to the worlds most venomous snakes, marine animals and spiders. Beware of the Inland Taipan , the Box Jellyfish, the Sydney Funnel-Web and much more. This new fabric range is packed with fascinating deadly Australian animals to learn about. The perfect tourist collection.

  • Designed By Kennard & Kennard Fabrics
  • High Quality Thread Count
  • 110cm Wide

A Dangerous Australia (0147)

The Land Downunder is infamous for its dangerous animals, with more deadly venomous animals than any other country worldwide. Australia is truly unique being home to the worlds most venomous snakes, marine animals and spiders. Beware of the Inland Taipan , the Box Jellyfish, the Sydney Funnel-Web and much more. This new fabric range is packed with fascinating deadly Australian animals to learn about. The perfect tourist collection.

  • Designed By Kennard & Kennard Fabrics
  • High Quality Thread Count
  • 110cm Wide
SKU: 0147A

,a Dangerous Animals 0147 c

Dangerous Australia: My Country Australia Panel
Composition: 100% Cotton
Fabric Width: 44″ x 24″
Designed by Kennard & Kennard
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,a Dangerous Animals 0147 c

Dangerous Australia: My Country Australia Panel
Composition: 100% Cotton
Fabric Width: 44″ x 24″
Designed by Kennard & Kennard
Delivery

Next Day Despatch PolicyPlace your order before 12 pm Mon-Fri for Next Day Despatch.

, Dangerous Australia , c

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  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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