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3 Key things ‘Dragonfly Kinetic Art 3D Metal Model Kits’ worth your attention
why is it?
.Exquisite Desktop Collection & Decoration: The 3D dragonfly metal model is casted in high-precision CNC process, colored by aluminum alloy oxidation and combines mechanical engineering and the insect wing power, making it a collective handicraft. Start your mechanical engineering adventure!
Enjoy the Self-assembly Fun: The dragonfly model is composed of 100PCS+ parts and takes 1-2 hours for assembly with paper English manual included. Feel the whole assembly process from small parts to finished products, and build your own exquisite metal model! .
Flying Dragonfly: Imitating the nature of dragonflies which produce many tiny low-density air cannons under the wings through the vibration of wings so as to generate buoyancy and forward propulsion, the link rod will be pushed by the motor for propulsion and this makes the dragonfly wings vibrate up and down, as if they are flying in the garden. .
Excellent STEAM Educational Toys: The DIY assembly model enhances parent-child interactions with the help of adults, popularizes industrial knowledge and dragonfly wing power knowledge to children, simulates imagination, develops mental logical thinking & creativity as well as promoting hands-on ability and confidence. .
Perfect Gift Choice: This mechanical flying dragonfly model not only shows the beauty of the mechanical art and natural creatures, but also it makes a perfect home & desktop decor, a tool for school teaching, an office display and a personal collection. Packed in a high-grade metal gift box, the product is really a satisfying gift for both children and adults. .The product is a blue dragonfly model which can be disassembled and available in golden and other colors.
.Material: Aluminium Alloy
.Number of Components: 100PCS (takes 1-2 hours)
.Coloring Process: anodic oxidation
.Power Supply: DC 5V
.Blocking Function: power off automatically when encountering external resistance
.Product Dimensions: 22 x 11.4 x 27.1cm
.Product Weight: 800g
.Package Dimensions: 26.5 x 22 x 6cm
.Package Weight: 1000g
.Packing: Graphic Carton
There is something about parenthood that gives us a sense of history and a deeply rooted desire to send on into the next generation the great things we have discovered about life. And part of that is the desire to instill in our children the love of science, of learning and particularly the love of nature.
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• No measuring or cutting, no framing or carpentry skills, and virtually no power tools. Really, all that's needed is some light assembly and you can
Myths and Legends About Dragonflies
The Zuni, a Native America Pueblo tribe, say that long ago, there was a food shortage on their land. The people moved on, accidentally leaving behind a little boy and girl. The boy made a creature out of corn and grass, and through their imaginations and love for the creature, it came to life. The creature was meant to go to the gods to plead on behalf of the Zuni people so they could have a harvest, but when the girl became ill, the creature went to the corn maidens, sacred beings who are associated with corn and the giving of life, to ask for food. The corn maidens agreed and told the children that the gods had special plans for them. The corn re-grew and the tribe returned to their land. They made the boy and girl leaders of the tribe, who then made a companion for the creature that saved them. The creature asked to be called "dragonfly." The dragonfly is often used as part of sacred Zuni objects to symbolize health, rain, summer, and harvest.
In Sweden, dragonflies are said to indicate oncoming tragedy. They are associated with goblins and ghouls, and they come around to check for bad souls to take into the forest.
In Romania, dragonflies are said to symbolize evil and dark magic. One legend even claims that dragonflies came from the devil. When the devil was unable to convince a fisherman to take him across a river in his boat, the devil turned himself into the winged insect we call the dragonfly.
The legend of the dragonfly in Germany is an interesting one. It claims that the dragonfly was created when a mean princess refused to speak to a man in her kingdom, and ran him over with her horse instead. The legend goes that the man cursed her to be forever joined to her horse, thus forming the dragonfly. The sinister origin means that the dragonfly is associated with wrongdoing, evil, and curses, and many consider seeing one a bad omen.
Dragonflies are a much loved and revered creature in Japan, often appearing in art and poetry. The legend goes that long ago, a young emperor was out in the forest and was attacked by a dangerous insect. A dragonfly appeared and ate the insect, thus protecting the emperor from harm.