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Sour Gummy Geckos Candy: 40-Piece Box

Forget those gross gila monsters or icky iguana creatures...the gecko is the tastiest lizard in the candy jungle! Lizard Length: 5 Inches Unit Price = $0.35/gecko. Display box contains 40 packs of Sour Gummi Geckos Candy. Shipping Weight ~ 4 lbs.



Big Gummy Dinosaurs Candy Packs: 24-Piece Display

Extinction ensues as you gobble up these delicious gummy dinosaurs featuring the designs of all your favorite thunder lizards! Assortment includes: Triceratops Pteranodon Stegosaurus Brontosaurus Tyrannosaurus Rex Dinosaur Length: 6 Inches Unit Price = $2.40/pack. Display box contains 24 Big Gummi…



Chupa Chups Fruit Lollipops: 144-Piece Case

The Chupacabra is a legendary carnivore that some believe to inhabit the Americas, feeding on cows and goats like a vampire. Because of its peculiar feeding technique, it has earned a name that literally translates to "goat-sucker." Not very flattering, but then, with its lizard-like skin and…



Big Gummy Alligators Candy Packs: 12-Piece Display

A distant cousin of crocodiles, these giant candy lizards are sure to impress your party guests. Vicious predators of the African Serengeti and Florida golf courses alike, you'll have to show these gummi reptiles who has the more powerful jaws and teeth! Gator Length: 10 Inches Unit Price =…



Reese's Jumbo 6-Ounce Peanut Butter Milk Chocolate Pumpkin

…he would have plenty of delicious treats to share with his family and neighbors! The old witch cursed herself for not turning the pumpkins into lizards instead, and watched with envy as the farmer sunk his teeth into one of the chocolaty treats she had unwittingly created for him. Cup Dimensions-…



Foiled Milk Chocolate Turtles: 36-Piece Display

Turtles have been around longer than lizards, snakes, or even crocodiles. In fact, the earliest known turtle species lived around 220 million years ago, making them one of the oldest reptile groups to ever exist! And unlike those weakling dinosaurs, these guys are still thriving in today’s society.…


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