Win a Shark Bite Game

Closing Date: 30th September 2017

Newsletter Subscribers Exclusive*

NEW from Drumond Park this Autumn comes the hilarious Shark Bite table-top game (age 4+, rrp £24.99, for 2-4 players). The big question is… can you save your catch before that big old shark snaps his jaws closed? The game play of this hugely entertaining game of youthful dexterity is fun and easy – and it’s a great way for little ones to build on those all-important fine motor skills and learn turn-taking, too.

First you set the mechanical shark’s mouth to fully open and place the 12 pieces of yummy Fish Food into the gaping jaws. A roll of the dice determines how many fish you have to catch, using your fishing rod. But watch out… at any time, the shark can snap his jaws shut - and then you lose all of your catch!

The tension builds with every dip and swing of the fishing rod, as the young players take their turns to hook ‘em out… Then come the inevitable squeals of horror and delight when the shark’s mouth snaps shut! That means the player is out of the round! Play continues until there are no fish left inside the shark’s mouth – and of course, the player with the most fish at the end of the game is THE WINNER! For more information and stockists visit

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We are giving three lucky entrants the chance to win a Shark Bite Game.
For your chance to win, simply answer the following question:

Who many extinction events have sharks survived?

a) five

b) one 

c) two

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