Co-ordinate your animal rescue missions at the Jungle Rescue Base! Help Andrea climb the watchtower and use the telescope to look for animals in danger. There's a panda that needs your help! Slide Andrea down to the rescue boat, rescue the panda in distress and help Stephanie check it over in the mobile medical station. Jump on the zip line to slide down to the living quarters. Take a shower in the bathroom at the end of an exciting day and help the girls cook and eat dinner together with the animals before heading to bed for a good night's sleep. There's another busy day of animal rescue in store tomorrow! Includes Andrea and Stephanie mini-doll figures and 4 animals. Plan animal rescues in the LEGO © Friends Jungle Rescue Base with living quarters, boat, slide, zip line, 2 mini-doll figures and 4 animals.
Includes Andrea and Stephanie mini-doll figures
Animals include a monkey, parrot, panda, chameleon and a frog
Features living quarters, surveillance platform, bathroom hut, mobile medical station and a raft boat.
hut, mobile medical station and a raft boat
Living quarters feature a rotating fan, kitchen with sink and opening oven, dining area with table and stools, sleeping area with 2 beds, table, lamp and solar panels on the roof
Bathroom hut features opening door, toilet, washbasin and outdoor shower
Surveillance platform features a flag, telescope, map, winch and rope, big slide and vine for climbing
Accessories include some cooking pots, plates, glasses, salt and pepper shakers, soap bottle, lifebuoy, binoculars, 2 walkie-talkies, bag, cherry, bamboo branch and a banana
Mobile medical station accessory pack includes a pen, thermometer, file, syringe, spoon, feeding bottle, stethoscope, nurse's hat and an ice pack
Use the slide to rush from the surveillance platform into the rescue boat
Zoom down the zip line from the surveillance platform back to the living quarters
Go in search of more animals in trouble on the raft boatRaft boat measures over 3" (9cm) long, 1" (4cm) wide and under 1" (2cm) high
Mobile medical station measures over 1" (3cm) long, under 1" (3cm) high, and under 1" (2cm) wide
Surveillance tower measures over 7" (20cm) high, 1" (5cm) wide and 1" (5cm) deep
Living quarters measure over 3" (9cm) high, 4" (12cm)
Bathroom hut measure s over 2" (6cm)high, 1" (5cm) wide and 1" (4cm) deep
Combine with all the other LEGO © Friends jungle sets to enjoy more animal rescue adventures
When this set first came out we happened upon it whilst browsing through a The Warehouse catalogue and my son exclaimed that he would love to have this set, especially for the slide, hearing him ask for it a couple more times my husband and I added it to our Christmas layby.
When he opened it on Christmas day he was one very happy child and he couldn't wait to get building with his new set. There were parts of this that was very fiddly and he certainly needed my help with some parts, such as making a zip line where the string needed to be tied to the end and spun around, something my son would not yet have thought of. The instructions are well done, so that my son can follow it along and finds he just needs help when he skips a step.
My son loved this, especially when he found it came with five animals and two "barbies" as he calls the Friends LEGO characters (seriously, where are the boys done in this style?). My son kept this intact for a whole week (which is longer than any other set has survived) and still has bits of it together, so it was well worth it in the long run and something I know he will have creating and recreating time and time again.
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