Amazon is selling an inflatable jungle-themed paddling pool – The Sun

AMAZON is selling a totally roarsome jungle-themed paddling pool complete with an inflatable dinosaur.

The blow up pool, which looks just like a miniature Jurassic Park, will keep little ones entertained as the weather starts to warm up – especially during lockdown.

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It comes with a blow up volcano slide, plus an inflatable waterfall and a palm tree that sprays water.

The pool, made by Intex, is being sold on Amazon for £33.98.

Prime members will get free delivery – for regular customers, delivery starts from £4.49.

To make the waterfall and tree spray water, you'll need to attach your garden hose to the pool.

There's also a valve which you can switch on or off to control the flow of water.

It measures 249cm by 191cm by 109cm when inflated, so make sure you've got enough space in your garden.

Amazon says the pool is suitable for children over the age of 36 months, and says adults should supervise their children when using it at all times.

The slide and tree are detachable, but the dinosaur can be removed.

The same Intex dinosaur pool costs £39.99, including delivery, on eBay.

However, if you're not fussed about the jungle theme, B&M is also selling paddling pools with a starting price of £8.

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