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Baby toys at Target, Walmart recalled for potential choking hazards

The Firefly Frank Infant Teether, Clip Clop Activity Rattle, and Target's 'Cat and Jack Romper' were recalled recently due to potential choking hazards.
Credit: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission

INDIANAPOLIS — Three separate companies are recalling a slew of products that could pose a choking hazard to infants. 

Firefly Frank Infant Teethers

Firefly Frank Infant Teethers, which were sold exclusively at Target stores, were recalled because the plastic wings can detach. 

61,000 of those teethers were sold, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. 

Credit: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission
This dragonfly teether has been recalled due to a chocking hazard.

Battat is the maker of that baby toy, and received 14 reports of the wings detaching or breaking. 

That includes one report of a child who choked on a broken piece of the wing, according to NBC News. 

Experts say parents should take these teethers away immediately. 

They may be returned to Target for a full refund, or a refund may also be issued by Battat. 

Clip Clop Infant Activity Rattles

Playgro is recalling "Clip Clop Infant Activity Rattles" after about 18,000 units were sold at Walmart stores nationwide and online. 

A Google search of the company shows the recalled item is still listed among the company's "popular products". 

The Abacus ring on the back of the horse can dislodge and release small beads, which are then a chocking hazard to small children. 

Parents are advised to take that rattle away from the kids, and contact PlayGro for a free replacement.

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Cat and Jack Baby Rompers

 Finally, Target is recalling the "Cat and Jack Baby Rompers", after it was discovered the heart-shaped graphics on the knees of the romper can peel off or detach. That's a choking hazard. 

Credit: United States Consumer Product Safety Commission
The Target Cat and Jack Romper has been recalled.

Consumers are advised take them away from their children and return them to any Target store for a full refund. 

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