3 In 1 Robot Buggy

This kid’s electric car is designed in an appearance of robot for kids from 3 to 8 years old, with eyes displayed by the built-in light. It can be parted into a freestanding electric scooter and a mobile toddler’s dining chair with a telescopic handle, used as a children stroller when taking your baby for a walk or shopping in the mall.

Fun Driving

The manual clutch ensures the gear bite and the robot buggy could run forward, reverse, turn left and right. Height-adjustable front handle, dual motor, large capacity battery, power remaining indication and skid-proof wheels allow your baby to enjoy driving for about 45 – 60 minutes after full charge.

Safety First

The entire robot buggy is made of eco-friendly PP(polypropylene) in accordance to EPA standards, certificated by F963 and CPSIA. Besides, ergonomic seat with 3-point adjustable safety belt and circuit over-load protection enhance the reliability during use.


Music & Story

On the front console a volume-adjustable digital MP3 player is fitted to provide your baby with story-reading, popular tunes, nursery rhymes, and children songs. You could connect it to more audio sources through the USB interface as well.



The Long-Beaked Common Dolphins are warm-sea species. 6.2-8.2 feet long, 176-331 pounds in weight, and males are slightly larger than females. Their beaks can reach up to 10% of their entire body size. 47 to 67 pairs of small sharp teeth in each jaw, more than any other dolphin species. Their bodies are sleek and have a relatively tall, triangular dorsal fin in the middle of the back. Plus, they have multiple colored bands on the sides of their bodies, mainly black or dark gray.


The Long-Beaked Common Dolphins are restricted to the Indian, Pacific, and Atlantic Oceans. Their range includes areas of southern and western Africa, a good part of western South America, central Mexico to central California coastal Peru, areas around Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and possibly near Oman. These dolphins typically prefer shallow, subtropical, tropical, and warmer temperate waters nearer to the coast (generally within 90-180 km) as well as on the continental shelf.


The Long-Beaked Common Dolphins feed in relatively shallow waters on small schooling fish (e.g., anchovies, hake, pilchards, and sardines), krill, and cephalopods (e.g., squid). The dolphin groups may work together to herd schools of prey. Besides, they can dive to at least 900 feet, holding their breath for as long as 8 minutes to eat prey. Their diving behavior is thought to be like that of short-beaked common dolphins.


The Long-Beaked Common Dolphins are gregarious animals. They typically occur in social groups of 100 to 500 individuals, but have occasionally been seen in larger schools with thousands of members. These highly social, energetic dolphins are commonly seen swimming rapidly and leaping out of the water at high speeds. They will also whistle, swim near the front of ships and ride the pressure waves for long periods of time. Breeding usually occurs between spring and autumn, with a 10-11 month gestation. There is an estimated interval between calving of 1-3 years. Weaning occurs after 14-19 months and the animals become mature when they are about 6.5 feet long.

The Dolphins, the Whales and the Sprat

In a sea, there lived dolphins, whales and many other small colourful fishes.

One day, the Whales harmed the fishes, who were friends of the Dolphins. The Dolphins got angry and started fighting with the Whales.

All the Dolphins gathered to fight against the huge Whales. The Whales said that they were big and strong. The Dolphins said that they were superior to the Whales. It looked like the fight would never stop.

When the fight became ‘very serious, a sprat lifted his head out of the sea and said, “I will solve the matter. I can stop the fight, only if you all accept me as your king.”

One of the Dolphins was very wise. He understood that the Sprat was taking advantage of the fight between the Whales and the Dolphins.

He replied, “We might get killed in our fight with each other, but will not let anybody interfere in our matter.”

The Sprat’s idea of ruling over the fishes failed. He understood that the Dolphins were very wise. They knew the interference of a third person would be harmful for everyone.

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