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 Short-Beaked Common Dolphin is small, measuring less than 6 feet long and weighing about 170 pounds. As adults, males are slightly larger than females. They have an unusual color pattern on the body. The back is dark and the belly is white, while on each side is an hourglass pattern colored light gray, yellow, or gold in front and dirty gray in back. They have a long, thin rostrum with 50-60 small, sharp, interlocking teeth on each side of each jaw. Juvenile dolphins have a more muted appearance and become more distinguishable when they mature.


Short-Beaked Common Dolphins live in areas of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Southeast Indian Oceans. They are also found in the Caribbean and Mediterranean Seas. These dolphins are also abundant in the Black Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and Red Sea. They follow the Gulf Stream up to Norwegian waters. Seldom do any short-beaked dolphins venture near the Arctic. These dolphins are commonly found in warm-temperate and tropical waters. They prefer coastal waters but are also found well out to sea.


Short-Beaked Common Dolphins are carnivores (piscivores). Their diet consists of many species of fish and squid that live less than 660 feet deep. These dolphins also eat small fish, such as herrings, anchovies, hake, sardines, bonito, and saury, as well as squid and octopus.


Short-Beaked Common Dolphins are very social animals and engage in most necessary activities together, such as traveling, eating, and breathing. They usually associate in groups that can consist of 1,000 to 100,000 individuals. When some individuals are sick, others in the group assist them by using their fins to help keep them afloat so they can survive. It is a fast swimmer, and breaching behavior and aerial acrobatics are common with this species. These dolphins are very vocal. They communicate with each other using two voices. One is for social communication; the other is for navigation and location.

Little information is known about the mating system in Short-Beaked Common Dolphins. They usually only carry one baby at a time but can carry twins, triplets, etc. The gestation period lasts 10-11 months. After a baby is born, it immediately becomes part of the family and takes part in daily life. Until the calf is 6 months old, it obtains its nourishment solely from its mother’s milk. The typical interbirth interval ranges from 1 year for the Black Sea populations to 3 years for eastern Pacific Ocean populations. Age of sexual maturity also varies by location but can range between 2-7 years for females and 3-12 years for males.

The Monkey and the Dolphin

One day long ago, some sailors set out to sea in their sailing ship. One of them brought his pet monkey along for the long journey.

When they were far out at sea, a terrible storm overturned their ship. Everyone fell into the sea, and the monkey was sure that he would drown. Suddenly a dolphin appeared and picked him up.

They soon reached the island and the monkey came down from the dolphin’s back. The dolphin asked the monkey, “Do you know this place?”

The monkey replied, “Yes, I do. In fact, the king of the island is my best friend. Do you know that I am actually a prince?”

Knowing that no one lived on the island, the dolphin said, “Well, well, so you are a prince! Now you can be a king!” The monkey asked, “How can I be a king?”

As the dolphin started swimming away, he answered, “That is easy. As you are the only creature on this island, you will naturally be the king!”

Those who lie and boast may end up in trouble.

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