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Pin — 'Standing Zebra'

Pin — 'Standing Zebra'

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Buy, swap, trade, gift, and collect our range of pins!

Pins are for collecting, encouraging, reminding us of the truths and values, bringing joy and laughter, gives something to talk about with a friend, and they also make great gifts! Plus pin trading is always fun #win!

Our google-eye zebra pins are always wired and ready to go, always on the lookout for what is going on, they are not just cute, but are super mischievous and like to have lots of fun and laughter too! These adorable acrylic pins are the perfect addition to your pin or zebra collection. They make great gifts, and are a fantastic tool to open conversation or raise awareness for those with rare disease. Great gift for a friend, a loved one, a doctor, or medical professional. Anyone who loves zebras, animals, or pins are bound to love this little guy. Collet one, or collect them all. 

Do you love animals, zebras, or raising awareness? What do you wish someone knew about rare disease? 



Material: Plastic 

Size: 6.5cm (L) x 3cm (W) 

Weight: 3 grams 

Package Includes: 1x Zebra Pin 

Zebras are the mascot for rare disease and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS). Why? Because often when Dr are in medical school, they are taught a saying which says “when you hear hoof-boots - think horses not zebras, because horses are common and zebras are rare, ie: think of the common things, not the rare ones. But because of this, often along the way, Drs can forget that zebras still exist! That just because it is often a horse, doesn’t mean that it cant be a zebra, and that zebras still exist! This is why the zebra is the mascot. And to help raise awareness. Further to that — every zebra is unique with its own stripes, and even though it’s stripes are different to the next persons, doesn’t mean that it’s still not a zebra. Ie: Just because my symptoms are different to the person next to someone else's, doesn’t mean it’s not a zebra. It can look different from one person to the next, as it depends on what is most affected for each person…. but it’s still a zebra. And zebras really do exist! — even in the shape of a zebra face mask here!

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