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stuffed ostrich

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Stuffed Animals Details…

** Stuffed Ostrich
** Black Feathered Body, White Collar and Wing Tips, Pink Neck, Head, and Legs, Long Black Eyelashes
** Made by Wild Republic Cuddlekins
** 12 inch

Do you like to eat omelettes? Well, if you were to eat an omelette made from the egg of an ostrich, chances are that you would need to invite a few friends over to help you finish it.

These birds are definitely no chickens! Ostriches are the tallest birds anywhere, many standing about nine feet tall. Not only are they huge, but these birds, native to Africa, can usually outrun a horse, making them the fastest flightless bird in the world.

Related to the emus and kiwis of Australia and New Zealand respectively, this big bird (no relation to a certain seven foot tall yellow muppet living down Sesame Street way) have thick black and white plumage and powerful legs with which to defend themselves via a nasty when they get cornered. Despite that, ostriches are pretty much pacifists. Even though they’re huge, that doesn’t mean they want to fight; they would rather run away or try to hide themselves by lying down on the ground where they can blend in with surrounding scrub and plants. But that myth about them hiding their head in the sand when they are in danger? It is just that, a myth.

Wild Republic is known not only for their attention to detail, but their love of education and conservation. Teaching kids about the animals they make is as important to them as is the quality of their cuddly stuffed pals, and making sure the animals their plushies represent stick around for a while longer. If you’ve ever wanted to start a plush safari, now is the time, with Wild Republic who brings the wilds of Africa home to you with this delightful and lifelike Cuddlekins 12-inch long plush bird.

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