Uncle Milton Nat Geo Wild Anteater Bug Vac

Uncle Milton Nat Geo Wild Anteater Bug Vac

Do you have a bunch of unwanted pests in your home? I’m not talking about your friends and relatives. I’m talking about bugs. A spider or two is no problem since they keep most bugs away, but if you have a large bug problem you might want to try this Uncle Milton Nat Geo Wild Anteater Bug Vac.

It will suck up all of the bugs that you can find and as a special bonus you can even study them in the anteater’s removable belly observation chamber before you release them back into the wild.

Uncle Milton Anteater Bug Vac

This baby anteater has an appetite for collecting all kinds of insects and bugs! With the touch of a button, you can quickly and safely gather up bugs to observe in the anteater’s removable belly chamber. After you’re done viewing the bugs, release them back into their habitats unharmed.

  • Collect all kind of insects and bugs
  • Watch the bugs in the anteater’s removable belly observation chamber
  • Safely release them back into nature
  • 13 x 2.8 x 5.5 inches

It’s a fun and bug-friendly way to get rid of pests. It’s just $25.95 from Amazon.com and $24.95 at Barnes & Noble. It beats squishing them on your wall and leaving stains and bodies all over the place.

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Conner Flynn

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Conner has been blogging for major internet publications since 2007, has authored several Sci-Fi novels and short stories and loves geek/tech toys. His latest project is a new geek toy store over at botropolis.ecrater.com where he hopes to make many geeks happy by making sure they stay young.

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