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Crabby Made of Elements Toddler T-Shirt

The word Crabby made up from the elements Carbon, Radium, Boron & Yttrium. This is a funny design for anyone who's having a bad day, especially if they also have an interest in chemistry or science!

Our 100% cotton infant/toddler tee will look great on your little ones.
 
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Crabby Made of Elements
Funny crabby t-shirts and original crabby novelties and gifts. The word Crabby made up from the elements Carbon, Radium, Boron, and Yttrium, from the periodic table of the elements. This is a funny design for anyone who's having a bad day, especially if they also have an interest in chemistry or science!

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Crabby made of Elements Toddler T-Shirt

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