Giant Microbes!

Ever wanted a cuddly plush black death or ebola microbe to sit with you in your sick bed? Check out Giant Microbes!

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5 Comments


  1. Red Wolf

    25 February 2004 at 12.09 pm

    Love these little guys. Seen them over at ThinkGeek before, but they have hideously inflated shipping there.
    The Common Cold is the cutest, but the Beer and Bread Yeast guy is so you. No international shipping details, bummer

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  2. Rin

    10 December 2004 at 12.35 am

    They are so cute I’m going around sayin “I want Influenza!”

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  3. Josh

    28 March 2006 at 10.24 pm

    are they being imported into australia?

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  4. Red Wolf

    31 March 2006 at 8.26 am

    The National Science and Technology Centre in Canberra stock them. You can buy them from their Questacon shop.
    Or you can get a bunch of friends and order several at once, to save on shipping, from the manufacturer

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  5. millionmice

    12 December 2008 at 10.10 pm

    Professor plum’s in crows nest and many (all?) co-op bookshops around uni-campuses sell them.

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