Jul 022010
 
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stuffed bluespotted ray

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Plush Animals Features

** Plush Blue Spotted Ray
** Hand Puppet
** Light Blue with Dark Blue Spots
** Made by Sonny and Co Toy
** 15 inches Wide

Check out this awesome stuffed plush stingray with bright blue spots.
Yes, there are real blue spotted stingrays living wild out in the oceans. Although I think this stuffed ray looks more like a Bluespotted Ribbontail Ray, because its body is very round and doesn’t have the sharper cut wings like its cousin the plain old bluespotted stingray.

One thing this stuffed ray has that the real ones in the ocean don’t have is the ability to live in your house with no need for water. Our plush ray is also a hand puppet. Yes, you can bring this bright colored animal to life. Use it to teach friends or family about life deep in the ocean. Puppets also bring out the imagination in kids, and most adults also love to play with them.

Wow, now I am about seeing spots from all that.

This is a plush ray puppet that is light colored with bright blue spots!

It has little protruding eyes sitting right on top of his “head”, always watching to see what creature will “swim” by next.

It has 1 stuffed spine on its tail.

This ray is 15 inches wide, that is about the exact same size as a real bluespotted ribbontail ray (they are about 14 inches wide). A perfect size to lay on your pillow waiting for you to come and play.

When you want to bring this ray puppet to life, just put your hand inside to make its mouth and wings move.

It is made by Sunny & Co, that are well known for their quality stuffed plush toys and puppets.

Real bluespot rays normally hang out on the ocean floor down to about 100 feet. While our ray is completely content to lay around and watch the nature channel, a funny cartoon, or maybe turn on some music and see how well a ray puppet can sing and dance.

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