Hatchimals’ Llalacorn is their largest and first-ever re-hatchable toy egg

Inside the sparkly egg is Llalacorn — part llama, part unicorn — that can grow up to 32 inches tall

Hatchimals WOW Llalacorn

Hatchimals has revealed its biggest surprise yet: the Llalacorn.

The first offering of the newest Hatchimals WOW line, Llalacorn is part llama, part unicorn. The adorable hybrid creature hatches from a sparkly egg that is considered the largest Hatchimals egg in history of the toy brand and the first-ever Hatchimal egg that can be re-hatched.

Hatching only takes five minutes, but Llalacorn can’t do it by herself. To hatch, tilt the egg back and forth, and when you see a pair of rainbow eyes through the shell, your Llalacorn is ready to come out and greet the world. She will then grow taller until she pushes the egg top off.  She will even sing “Hatchy Birthday!” as she hatches for the first time.

Llalacorn can either be pink or purple, but you won’t know which color you’re getting until the egg hatches. Amusingly, each time Llalacorn is put back in the egg, she will hatch in 1 of her 10 surprise moods, including excited, sad, chatty, and cuddly.

Hatchimals WOW Llalacorn

Llalacorn, which can grow up to 32 inches tall, can also express her emotions through movements. For instance, Llalacorn giggles and bobs up and down when tickled. She also coos and shrinks down to the perfect cuddle size; sings along to music and grows tall to hit the high note; chases her confetti fruit accessory up and down, and many more.

With over 250 sounds and interactions, Llalacorn can cry, sneeze, and even hiccup after too many tickles. She can also say “I love you” and let you know when she’s hungry with a tummy rumble.

Hatchimals WOW Llalacorn

Now Available

Hatchimals WOW Llalacorn

Part llama, part unicorn, the Llalacorn hatches from a sparkly, re-hatchable egg that is considered the largest Hatchimals egg in history.


Priced at $59.99, the Hatchimals WOW Llalacorn is now available on Amazon.

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Source: The Verge
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