Mama & Baby: Highland Coo
Mama & Baby: Highland Coo

DESCRIPTION

  • Highland Coos originate from the Highlands of Scotland
  • The Highland Coo is the oldest registered breed of cow in the world
  • A group of Highland cattle is called a fold
  • Their long fringe is called a ‘dossan’
  • Their long horns are used for foraging and digging through the snow for food in the winter

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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Mama & Baby: Koala
Mama & Baby: Koala

DESCRIPTION

  • A baby Koala is called a Joey and is born blind and earless
  • Koala Joeys climb into their mother’s pouch straight after birth and live there for around 6 months
  • Koalas are big eaters, they can eat up to 1kg of eucalyptus leaves a day!
  • Koalas get their name from the Aboriginal term ‘no drink’. Koalas get almost all their moisture from the leaves they eat so they rarely drink water
  • Koalas can sleep for up to 18 hours a day!

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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Mama & Baby: Unicorn
Mama & Baby: 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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Mama & Baby: Ruvara Giraffe (Twiza)
Mama & Baby: Ruvara Giraffe (Twiza)

DESCRIPTION

  • Giraffes have the same number of bones in their necks as a human
  • A group of Giraffes is called a Tower
  • Giraffes can grow up to 16 ft (they average 6 ft tall at birth!)
  • Giraffes can run up to 56 kmph
  • Giraffes give birth standing up – their young have to fall over 5 ft!
  • A Giraffe’s tongue can be as long as 53 cm
  • Like human fingerprints, no 2 giraffes have the same pattern of spots
  • 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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Mama & Baby: Tiger
Mama & Baby: Tiger

DESCRIPTION

  • Tigers are the largest wild cats in the world
  • A Tiger can run at up to 65 kmph – pretty fast for a big cat!
  • No two Tigers have the same stripes
  • Unlike other cats, Tigers are strong swimmers
  • A group of Tigers is called an ambush or streak

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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Mama & Baby: Fox
Mama & Baby: Fox

DESCRIPTION

  • Foxes are members of the dog family
  • A group of Foxes is called a skulk or a leash
  • A female Fox is called a vixen and a male Fox is called a dog fox or a tod
  • A Fox’s home is called a den
  • Foxes can run at up to 70 kmph!

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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Mama & Baby: Badger
Mama & Baby: Badger

DESCRIPTION

  • A male Badger is called a boar and the female is called a sow
  • A group of Badgers is called a clan, colony, or cete
  • Badgers love to dig! Their stocky bodies and short legs are perfect for digging burrows to live in
  • Badgers live for around 10 – 12 years in the wild
  • Badgers have poor vision but a strong sense of smell and hearing

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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Mama & Baby: Hippo (Mvuu)
Mama & Baby: 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
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Mama & Baby: Ruvara Monkey (Shoko)
Mama & Baby: Ruvara Monkey (Shoko)

DESCRIPTION

  • Monkeys peel their bananas and don’t eat the skin
  • Albert II was the first monkey in space, he landed on the moon on 14th June 1949
  • A group of Monkeys is called a troop, a barrel or a cartload!
  • Monkeys can grasp with both their fingers and their toes
  • Some monkeys can count and understand written numbers
  • To attract a female partner, some species of monkey urinate on their hands and rub it into their fur
  • 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
£22.00 Add to cart