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The animal pocket knife

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While it might not prove as fucntional as an actual Swiss army knife, this safari-themed gadget would provide you with much more entertainment.

Taking the classic design and adding animals to it, David Suhami's ingenious invention encourages you to be creative with your wilderness essential.

It allows you to turn the contraption into either a rhino, an antelope or a giraffe. Or some sort of creepy cross-breed if that's your thing.

Bad news: it's just a concept which means you won't find it at your nearest Millets for a good long while.

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