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We kind of love that this packaging has a Choking Hazard on it since it works on two levels. The facehuggers are pretty small, so they’re literally a choking hazard, but also their raison d’etre is to become a choking hazard. Presumably the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission hasn’t yet come up with guidelines for Chestbursting Hazards or that’d be on here, too.Guaranteed free-range and cage-free, this set of a half-dozen Xenomorph eggs from Alien includes 3 which have hatched out the cutest little facehuggers. These glow-in-the-dark eggs come in a slightly-oversized but not-enough-to-be-noticeable-unless-it’s-next-to-another-egg-carton container. That’s why we suggest you wait until the next time you run out of eggs to slip these into the fridge to freak somebody out.Note: See packaging for safe-handling instructions. Neither ThinkGeek nor Weyland-Yutani is responsible for any spaceship infestation or planetary destruction that may occur.Product Specifications

  • Alien – Xenomorph Glow-in-the-Dark Egg Set
  • Officially-licensed Alien merchandise
  • Half-dozen glow-in-the-dark eggs, 3 of which have hatched the cutest tiny facehuggers with poseable tails
  • Guaranteed free-range and cage-free
  • This is what happens when you don’t use your eggs by the expiration date
  • Dimensions: 3″ tall x 2″ diameter eggs; 7 1/4″ wide x 3 1/4″ tall x 5 1/4″ deep carton
  • In scale with 7″ figures
  • Weight: 1 lb.
  • Includes 6 eggs, 3 facehuggers, and egg-carton packaging With Weyland-Yutani logo
  • Ages 17+
  • WARNING – SMALL PARTS – Not intended for children under 3 years of age. 
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