Stuffed Animals Details…
** Stuffed Llama
** Brown Neck and Body, White Legs and Face
** Made by Kosen
** 13 inches Long, 14 inches Tall
There’s not much in nature that is magical and meaningful as a mama and baby pair. The mom helps her baby to get around (if it’s one of those who suffers from being mobility impaired at the start), she teaches it what it needs to eat, to thrive. In short, she teaches it to exist as a bigger version of itself later on down the road. Circle of Life and all that jazz.
Of course in Nature, not all parents are so caring and instructive. Some parents leave their kids to fend for themselves straight out of the gate. Thankfully that isn’t the case with the llama. In fact, most cute (and even some non-cute) babies get to keep their parents around for a while. The llama of South America is no exception. Related to the camel, the llama is a good deal smaller, and a good deal more woolly than its Asian and Middle Eastern cousin. In fact, llama wool is a fantastic and long-respected material from which the indigenous peoples of the Andes (the mountains, not the mints) make some of their clothing.
As sweet-sounding as it is, Cria isn’t actually the young llama’s name. It’s what they are (like a young male horse is a colt and a female horse is a filly. A young llama is a cria). Llamas may be native to South America, but Kosen (a German company) brings life and warmth to these woolly cuddlebugs. The bigger one is 13 inches long and 14 inches tall, while the cria is 7 inches long and 9 ½ inches tall.