Plush Stuffed Baby Elephant Cuddlekin
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Seemingly all ears and awkward feet, this plush stuffed Baby African Elephant Cuddlekin looks ready to be steadied by gentle hands. Imaginative child or soft-hearted adult will find it oh so easy to befriend such a velvety soft and irresistibly huggable creature. Not yet convinced? Think how fun it will be to glide your hand down this plush stuffed baby elephant’s adorable trunk—the central feature of an exceptionally realistic face! Non-toxic materials—polyester plush exterior, polyethylene pellet interior and lock washer eyes—meet or exceed U.S. safety standards. Surface-washable. Imported. Ages 3 and up. 12"l. x 4.5"w. x 7"h.
There is only one family of Proboscidea alive today: Elephantidae, which has two herbivorous species, the African and Asiatic (Indian) elephants. Elephants are recognizable by their great size, huge head and earflaps, a very long, mobile trunk, bulky body and four pillar-like legs. Currently, the Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park is home to three Asian elephants—females Ambika and Shanthi and Shanthi’s eight-year-old male offspring, Kandula.
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