Original: Elephant (Nzou)
Original: Elephant (Nzou)

DESCRIPTION

  • Elephants are the only mammals that can’t jump
  • Elephant tusks keep growing all their lives
  • An Elephant spends up to 23 hours a day eating!
  • Elephants can smell water from 3 miles away
  • An Elephant’s skin is up to 2.5 cm thick in places
  • A group of Elephants is called a parade
  • A male Elephant can weigh up to 6 tons

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Ruvara Zebra (Mbizi)
Original: Ruvara Zebra (Mbizi)

DESCRIPTION

  • Zebras are white with black stripes, not black with white stripes!
  • Zebras can’t see the colour orange
  • A group of Zebras is called a crossing, a dazzle, a herd, a harem or a zeal!
  • The stripes of a Zebra are as individual as a fingerprint
  • The fastest recorded speed for a Zebra is 112 kmph!
  • Ruvara means colour in Shona – the main language spoken in Zimbabwe

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Unicorn
Original: Unicorn

DESCRIPTION

  • The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland
  • The collective term for a group of unicorns is a blessing
  • The royal coat of arms of Scotland features a unicorn and a lion
  • Pharmacies in London sold powdered unicorn horn until 1741!

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Pangolin (Haka)
Original: Pangolin (Haka)

DESCRIPTION

  • Pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammal – they are targeted for their meat and scales which is used in traditional medicine.
  • When it is threatened, a pangolin will curl itself into a tight ball that is impenetrable to predators.
  • Baby pangolins travel around with their mother by riding on the base of her tail.
  • Pangolins don’t have teeth, instead they have long sticky tongues that they use to eat ants and termites out of their mounds.
  • A pangolins tongue can be up to 40 cm long when fully extended – this is the longest tongue to body ration of all mammals.
  • Pangolins are the only mammals that are covered in scales
  • Pangolin scales are made of keratin, like our fingernails, and make up 20% to 30% of their body weight.

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Wild Dog (Mhuhmi)
Original: Wild Dog (Mhuhmi)

DESCRIPTION

  • The scientific name for the African Wild Dog means ‘Painted Wolf’.
  • Wild Dogs have 4 toes on each foot while domestic dogs have 5.
  • Wild Dogs can run long distances at speeds of up to 56 kmph.
  • No two Wild Dogs have the same markings.
  • Wild Dogs can live up to 11 years old in the wild.
  • Wild Dogs live and hunt in packs of between 6 and 20 members.

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Leopard (Mbada)
Original: Leopard (Mbada)

DESCRIPTION

  • Leopards are solitary animals
  • Leopards are primarily nocturnal, they hunt their prey at night
  • Leopards can run up to 58 kmph.
  • A group of Leopards is called a leap
  • They can jump up to 6m horizontally and 3m vertically

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Crocodile (Garwe)
Original: Crocodile (Garwe)

DESCRIPTION

  • Crocodiles can swim at up to 40 kmph
  • A group of Crocodiles is called a bask, float or congregation
  • Crocodiles have 24 teeth
  • Crocodiles swallow stones to aid digestion and to help them dive deeper
  • A Crocodiles can stay underwater for 2-3 hours
  • Crocodiles can live for up to 80 years

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Warthog (Njiri)
Original: Warthog (Njiri)

DESCRIPTION

  • A Warthog’s warts are primarily used to protect its face during fights
  • Warthogs can run up to 48 kmph
  • Warthogs are a member of the pig family
  • A group of Warthogs is called a sounder
  • Warthogs can go for several months without water

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
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Original: Hippo (Mvuu)
Original: Hippo (Mvuu)

DESCRIPTION

  • The name Hippopotamus means ‘river horse’
  • Hippos give birth in the water
  • A group of Hippos is called a herd, pod, dale or bloat
  • Hippos can hold their breath for up to 5 minutes
  • Hippos can run up to 48 kmph (faster than Usain Bolt!)

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Individually named by the lady who knitted it
  • Tagged with the name and photo (unless they are still in prison) of the knitter
  • CE tested
  • Hand knitted with a mix of acrylic and cotton yarns
  • Stuffed with a polyester toy stuffing
  • Wash by gentle sponge cleaning
£16.00 Add to cart