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Floppy Plush Zebras by Leosco

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Plush Animals Features

** Plush Zebras Partially Filled with Beans
** Black and White Stripes, Black Inner Ears, Nose, and Hooves. Mostly White Face and Underbelly.
** Made by Lesco
** Smaller Zebra 10 inch, Larger Zebra 14 inch

Zebra may look like horses, but they aren’t. Oh sure, they’re related, but since they’ve never been domesticated at all, you’d probably have a heck of a time trying to ride one. You might actually have better luck riding the mechanical bull at the fair.

Instead, why not take Leosco’s very own plush zebra home? You may never get to snuggle the real thing, but Leosco’s delightful plushie pal loves cuddles and playtime.  He makes a fantastic addition to any stuffed animal collection, whether you fancy an African safari, or you want a whole zoo’s worth of critters to call your own.

In a lot of zoos, zebra are stuck in the same enclosure with fellow herbivores and pacifist, the giraffe. What a combo – a wannabe horse and an animal with a freakishly long neck. Seriously, what was Mother Nature thinking when she designed the giraffe? Of course, if she hadn’t, who would eat all those absurdly tall trees on the African savanna?

Can you picture it? The majestic monochromatic equine running with his herd across the rolling plains of high grass? Chances are, they’re probably fleeing from some lions, but just go with it. The wind in your mane, the savanna stretching out in every direction for as far as the eye can see, the solid ground passing away beneath your hooves as you join your herd mates in their mad dash. Strikes quite a chord, doesn’t it? And if you bring Leosco’s delightful plush home today, you can get started on some of your very own adventures. Best of all, they come in various sizes too, so you don’t have to get just one.

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