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Jumbo: Wasgij Original 18 Uproar at the Vets: 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Released on 26 October 2011

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Wasgij Original 18: Uproar at the Vets is a hilarious 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle which captures a chaotic but extremely funny scene in the local veterinary clinic. It is a fairly normal day at the local veterinary surgery, the animals and owners are waiting for their turn to see the Vet but then the door opens and the latest patient appears. What has caused such consternation amongst the occupants of the waiting room? Why has the tortoise hurried under the table? Shouldn't the Vet be pleased to see the patient who is so keen to come in? Who has just arrived to cause such a reaction amongst clients, pets and the staff? The puzzle measures 68 x 49 cm when completed and is produced on a high quality cardboard using Jumbo's precision die cutting techniques to ensure you receive only the highest quality of product and so that each jigsaw piece maintains its original shape for as long as possible. What can be causing the scene on the puzzle box? Wasgij Original is the baffling puzzle concept where you have to work out the cause of the scene in the puzzle box image - why are the characters in the illustration looking so shocked? Can you use the clues to determine what has happened? Use your imagination and puzzle what everyone is looking so surprised about. Remember, only the puzzle holds the answer! The Wasgij puzzle range is created by Jumbo's artist Graham Thompson. Graham's hilarious sense of humour shines through each of his Wasgij Original puzzles, and is the reason behind the Wasgij brand's massive fans base.
  • A 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • A Wasgij Original concept
  • Wasgij Original is where you have to puzzle what the characters in the box image are looking at
  • Produced by the artist Graham Thompson
  • The finished puzzle measures 68 x 49cm Approximately