Product Review: Big Dig Bear Claw {Nat Geo WILD Product} (Age 5+)

Product Review:  Big Dig Bear Claw {Nat Geo WILD Product} (Age 5+)

Get your paws on the Big Dig Bear Claw, and dig your way through almost anything: dirt, mud, sand, and more!

Momma’s Bacon has an exciting summer scoop from National Geographic and Uncle Milton Industries who have teamed and created an awesome line of toys designed after the popular Nat Geo WILD network dedicated to animals. Products will debut at Barnes & Noble stores and their online store starting in August and will be available at major toy retailers in North America in the fall.  I got a chance to check out the really cool Big Dig Bear Claw so kids can dig like a powerful grizzly!

The Big Dig Bear Claw is a simple yet powerful tool for children that will help them dig in the dirt, sand, and mud like a bear.  It is so much fun and a strong tool that kids will feel as mighty as a bear.  GRRRRR!  Even though these are extremely powerful creatures, grizzly bears are a threatened species in North America with only about 1,000 protected grizzlies left in the Continental United States (although they roam free in Alaska and Canada).  Have your child share in the fun of having a strong powerful bear claw for digging and learn more about the Grizzly Bear at Nat Geo WILD below!  Don’t forget to view the rest of the Nat Geo WILD Toy line from Uncle Milton if the Bear Claw intrigues you.

Check it out!  Here is the Big Dig Bear Claw instructional manual here.

Learn more about the Grizzly Bear at Nat Geo WILD’s website here!

Big Dig Bear Claw {Nat Geo WILD Product} (Age 5+)

www.unclemilton.com

List Price: $ 11.99

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