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Bones 4 parts question, help needed

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Hi !

I need a little help for Bones 4 : I couldn't figure out where thess parts (Core set) should be glued :

 

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Thanks for helping !

 

Edit : i found for the cauldron (Baba Yagga's) but the fur part remains unidentified.

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The fur is her cloak. There is a slot in her back. 

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