Feb 162011
 
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plush sea turtle

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The Plush Animals Features

** Plush Sea Turtle
** Green Legs, Tail, and Head with a Tan Shell
** Made by Gund
** 10.5 inch

Gund was founded in 1898 by German immigrant Adolph Gund. They’ve been making quality stuffed toys for so very long, it’s no wonder that their modern sea turtle Shea is so delightfully awesome.

Sea turtles are already pretty neat, this sweet and cuddly plush turtle just seals the deal. All you have to do is pick her up and give her a hug. Feel the softness, the optimal stuffing with ‘just’ the right amount of bean-like pellets. In addition to being lifelike and expressive, Gund’s stuffed animals are also durable and safe, made with 100% man-made, kid-friendly materials.

Shea, who is 10 ½ inches long, makes a fantastic addition to a plush undersea aquarium or in the collection of any lover of aquatic reptiles.

Sea turtles unlike their land-based counterparts almost never leave the blue deep. Expectant mothers will waddle onto a beach to give birth, but after that, the babes are on their own. Did you know you can tell a sea turtle’s age by the number of scutes on their shell? Scutes are the large, multi-sided scales that make up the turtle’s shell. Every species of sea turtle except the leatherback has a narrow, long, and very hard outer shell. The leather back has a series of bony growths beneath the skin that protect it from predators. When it comes to day-to-day activities, Shea and her kind spend most of it swimming and floating in the current. They will often dive to varying depths, depending on the time of day, based on where their meals are.

Pretty neat, huh? Shea doesn’t need three squares a day, all she needs is you. How can you say no to this green cutie of the sea?

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Stuffed Animals Features…

** Stuffed Sea Turtle
** Green Legs, Tail, and Head with a Tan Shell
** Made by Gund
** 10.5 inch

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