The sea is petrified, now only one thing helps to uncover the sea creatures: With hammer and chisel, whale shark, ray, horn snail, lionfish and spearfish are excavated. Children from 7 to 10 years learn how to proceed like real explorers. The illustrated instructions show how the blue plaster block is divided into squares and prepared with a damp sponge for excavation with hammer and chisel. The highlight: Deeply hidden slumbers a Kauri shell, which can be worn with the enclosed chain as a pendant around the neck. In this experiment set from KOSMOS, children will also find interesting facts about each excavated creature and about archaeology, and an illustrative experiment on how to find out the salt content of water awaits them. With hammer and chisel, the rescue of whale shark, lionfish and co. from the fossilized sea begins - the plaster block also holds a sparkling surprise! Excavate like a real explorer - divide search squares and go on the search with hammer and chisel. The first find is not long in coming! Surprise! Hidden among the five sea creatures is also a Kauri shell, which can be transformed into a great necklace with the enclosed string. The instructions contain exciting facts about sea creatures, archaeology and an experiment on the salt content of water. Contents: blue plaster block with relief and glitter fish, contains 5 different figures of sea creatures (whale shark, ray, horn snail, lionfish, spearfish) as well as a Kauri shell as a chain pendant, string, tools (hammer, chisel), sponge, colorfully illustrated instructions CAUTION: Only for children over 7 years. Use under adult supervision. Read and follow instructions before use and keep ready for reference. Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Choking hazard as small parts may be swallowed or inhaled.