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    • 12/20/2012
    The recalled toys for infants can be attached to a stroller or car seat using a ring connector on the toy’s head. They have arms and legs that can be easily pulled back and forth for play. The toys are approximately 12 inches tall, made of multi-colored ...
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    • 2/13/1989
    February 13, 1989 Release # 89-013 Potential Strangulation Risk Prompts Toys R Us To Recall Crib Toy WASHINGTON -- Toys R Us of Paramus, N.J., is voluntarily recalling approximately 800 "Curiosity Snail" crib toys. These toys have a looped cord with a teether ...

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