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Lego Coral Shipwreck . I designed this coral shipwreck to compliment several of the Atlantis sets my son received for his birthday. I decided to break it up into three sections so that he may arrange and rearrange depending how he wanted to play. . This was the biggest challenge of the piece, especially I wanted to give the illusion that the front of the ship rested on the seabed at an angle, but also make it sturdy enough for my 6 year old to play with. This is scuba gear from a much older set - apparently a few failed to reach the treasure and survive. Watch out when opening that door. SHARK!! There are a few hidden caches throughout the shipwreck. GOLD!!

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