Star Trek Necklace

Sheryl of This Side Of Gaudy has posted her last unboxing video before having her families delayed Christmas white elephant gift exchange.

“We got a Star Trek necklace that my husband really likes. “

Totoro Scratch Notebook

Coco Cee has posted pictures of her latest package from the bot. “#bobcatinabox keywords: magic, stationery, black, children (and a few others). This is notebook of ten black-coated metallic pages and a stick. Use the stick to scratch off your message and the shiny background shows up. @bobcatinabox #rainydayfun #totoro #mystery”

Christmas Voucher

What to get friends and relatives you barely know? Has your office Secret Santa match left you stumped? Let our shopping script do they buying for you!

If you’ve signed up someone to the bot for Christmas, click here to get a three page voucher that explains the project and what you’ve gotten them involved with.

Note that due to shipping times, if you sign up someone today they won’t get packages by the 25th. But you can stuff their stocking with the above voucher and explain that they should expect a number of interesting surprise packages in the new year.

Item Of The Day: Vintage Octopus Necklace

Sarah-Anne posted a picture of the latest item sent by our shopping script on Instagram. “Very cool #bobcatinabox delivery yesterday. I would never consider looking for a vintage octopus necklace on my own. Well done bobcatinabox, well done.”

Keywords: jewelry, necklace, vintage, cute, pendant, marine, movie, octopus, pirate, fashion

Dinosaur Of The Day: Kosmoceratops

Today I wanted to profile the dinosaur with the most horns on our sister site shipdinosaurs.com … the grouchy and misunderstood Kosmoceratops.

(Cosmo-sarah-tops)

Meaning: Ornate horned face

Height: 6.5 ft

Length: 16ft

Weight: 2.7 tons

Age: 76 million years

DietKosmo’s homeland Larimidia was lush with water lettuce, duckweed and other aquatic plants, so try your local aquarium for stock.

How about a Triceratops with 15 horns? As well as the usual one over each eye, on the nose, and two cheek horns, Kosmoceratops has another 10 folded over the top of its tall frill like a fringe.

Personality: Kosmo prefers to be in groups and can be grouchy on its own. Like modern day rhinos, its eyesight might not be too great, so like Stygimoloch, be careful when you approach to avoid spooking it.  

Dino Care: Your enclosure should be swampy with low-growing plants, so Kosmowon’t need to raise its heavy frill to feed. Bright flowers will make it flush its frill with color. Check regularly under the fringe horns for any debris.

Shipping: One of our most elaborate dinos, Kosmo is hard to reach and must be flown in from Utah’s Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. We then ship it via cargo train, so if it escapes and charges, we can decouple for a quick getaway!

Delivery Time: Helicopter pick-ups are every 2 weeks, so plus cargo train time, allow up to 17 days.

Ideal for: When three horns just aren’t enough.