Stuffed Animals Details
** Stuffed Road Runner
** Black and White with Crest on Head
** Made by Wildlife Artist
** 13 inch
Meep! Meep! This wasn’t what you were expecting, was it? No crazy purple pompadour and improbably long legs, here. This free-standing replica of a real-life roadrunner is full of detail and it’s super cute too! Warner’s character makes it easy to assume these birds are flightless. But they’re totally capable of flying, they just seem to like running better. Roadrunners are opportunistic eaters, and will happily dine on just about anything: beetles and other bugs, lizards, rats, eggs, fruit… you name it. That makes this guy pretty easy to maintain. Or he would be if you actually had to feed him, which, you know, you don’t. Roadrunners have even been known to dine on rattlesnakes, as well, which is a comforting thought. Consider this great gift for any Ophidiophobes you know.
This durable plush toy is great for educating about desert life. His long tail and distinctive eye markings are accurate to the real thing, and his 13-inch length is only slightly smaller than his desert-dwelling counterpart, which tends to grow to around 18 inches long. His patterns and bedhead hairdo also replicate the actual animal. His big, lovably dorky feet allow this animal to reach a land speed of 20 miles per hour, though we assure you this stuffed animal won’t take off on you, or drop any anvils on your head. This is a great way to show cartoon-obsessed kids what the real animal is like, and isn’t he just so much more lovable than that smug, coyote-baiting weirdo?