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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament and Patrick Resin - Large
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $17.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament on Jellyfish Resin - Large
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $17.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament Aerating Ornament - Large
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $17.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Mr Krabs" Resin - Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $8.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Plankton" Resin - Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $8.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Sandy" Resin - Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $8.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Squidward" Resin - Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $8.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Squidward" Resin
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $17.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament and "Mrs Puff" in Speedboat Resin
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $17.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament 13cm
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $31.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants and Patrick Star - Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $17.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Pineapple Home" Mini Resin
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $8.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament & Patrick on Canoe Resin
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $23.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Pirate SpongeBob" in Rowboat
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament "Bikini Bottom Bus" Resin
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax SpongeBob Squarepants Aquarium Ornament with Pineapple Home Sand Castle (6.35 x 3.81 cm)
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Nemo Bruce (3 x 4 x 5cm) Resin Ornament
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $7.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Nemo Nemo on Coral Small (5 x 5 x 6.5cm) Resin Ornament
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $11.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Nemo Nemo (9cm) Resin Ornament
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $15.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Hank with Coral Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $10.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Bailey with Coral Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $10.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Destiny on Coral Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $10.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Nemo with Green Coral Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $10.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Hank on Sand Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $10.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Bailey in Water Mini
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $10.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Nemo with Green Coral Small
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Nemo & Marlin With Coral Small
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Dory Ornament With Coral Small
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Dory Ornament & Marlin With Coral Small
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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  • Penn Plax Finding Dory Ornament Hank With Coral Small
    Penn-Plax began in 1956 when Marvin Goldman, an engineer and fish hobbyist, together with his wife Anita, opened Saratoga Tropiquarium, a pet shop in Brooklyn, N.Y. They started small with original products like 3-D aquarium backgrounds and air-operated aquarium ornaments. After the success of these items, Penn-Plax branched out into different products and moved from the pet store's backroom to a manufacturing area. Today Penn-Plax distributes 4,000 SKUs throughout the U.S. and in 44 other countries.
    $13.95
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