E. Coli isn't fun, so remember to check the meat in your bun.
Many strains of Escherichia Coli (E.coli) are harmless and are found normally in our intestines and those of many animals. Some species can make you sick. The most common way to get problem E.coli is to eat undercooked minced meat, because the mincing spreads the bacteria throughout the meat. So make sure your burgers and meatballs are well-done!
A cute way to cheer up someone who's had a brush with food poisoning, or the perfect addition for anyone with an interest in biology. Giant Microbes are also excellent teaching aids as they assist students to develop an understanding of biology while taking a fun, hands on approach.
Not for children under three years of age as parts may dislodge and become a choking hazard.
E.coli is 145mm long, 75mm high(approximately 300mm including flagella) and 65mm thick, made of beige medium pile polyester plush with brown knitted cord, polyester filling and plastic eyes.