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106 - 13x13 Mermaid Jump

$275.00

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Mermaid 13x13

Introducing our 13x13 Mermaid Jump - the perfect addition to any party or event! This inflatable bounce house is designed with a vibrant and colorful mermaid theme, featuring beautiful graphics of mermaids, fish, and underwater creatures. Measuring 13 feet by 13 feet, it provides ample space for kids to jump, bounce, and play for hours of fun. On the inside it's got interactive obstacles and a basketball hoop. The more stuff the funner we always say!

The 13x13 Mermaid Jump is perfect for birthday parties, school events, church gatherings, or any occasion that calls for some bouncing fun.Renting our 13x13 Mermaid Jump will surely make your event a hit and create unforgettable memories for children and adults alike. Don't wait, book it now and let the bouncing fun begin!

Who is this for? Kids of all ages.

How many at a time? 6-8

Basketball Hoop? 1

Safety Features: Giant mesh windows ensure visibility from all angles.

Setup Area: 15 W X 15 H X 17 L

Circuits: 2

Product Id: 106 - 13x13 Mermaid

Customer Reviews
Mermaids fun fact.
1. **Historical Roots**: The concept of mermaids has been around for centuries, with stories and myths about half-human, half-fish creatures appearing in cultures around the world, from ancient Greece to indigenous peoples of the Americas.

2. **Ariel from "The Little Mermaid"**: One of the most famous mermaids in pop culture is Ariel, the protagonist of Disney's animated film "The Little Mermaid." Released in 1989, the movie tells the story of a young mermaid princess who dreams of living on land and falls in love with a human prince.

3. **Mermaid Legends**: Various cultures have their own interpretations of mermaids. For example, in Japanese folklore, there's the "ningyo," a type of mermaid with a fish-like appearance and a human face. Learning about these different myths can be fascinating for kids interested in folklore and mythology.

4. **Aquatic Adaptations**: If mermaids were real, they would need special adaptations to survive underwater. Kids might enjoy imagining what features mermaids could have to help them swim and breathe underwater, like gills, streamlined bodies, and strong tails.

5. **Mermaid Sightings**: Throughout history, there have been reported sightings of mermaids, often by sailors who claimed to have seen mysterious creatures while out at sea. While these sightings are likely misunderstandings or exaggerations, they add to the allure and mystery of mermaids, sparking imagination and wonder in kids and adults alike.
 
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