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For those who have everything: Anteater Bug Vac

Kids who love to catch insects can now do so without harming them.

Kids who love to catch insects face a common challenge: It’s sometimes hard to collect the little varmints without harming them. For those aspiring entomologists, there’s now a solution: the Anteater Bug Vac, a field tool that gently sucks insects up its snout into a removable transparent container. This little battery-operated sucker is “also great for getting those creepy crawlies in the house without having to feel them crunch beneath the napkin as you squish them.” What happens next is up to the user, but options include close observation of the specimens or their hasty release back into the wild. 

$25, unclemilton.com
Source: TrendHunter.com

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