- The tail on this dinosaur is meant to be pushed in order to make it run, but it’s very pointy and could cause a puncture wound for a child as young as three.
- Look out for the leash on this little pup’s collar: The industry standard for crib toys says strings must be less than 12 inches in length, but this one is a whopping 31 inches long.
- If Superman soars too close to your child’s face, the wings could cause serious eye and facial injuries. There’s a warning not to aim it at your face, but children as young as four years old shouldn’t be using the product without adult supervision.
- Baby comes with a baby bottle, high chair, blanket, foot dish and an interactive spoon that could be very dangerous. The plastic spoon is slender enough that your child could swallow it and choke.