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|Platypus Plush Stuffed Animal Toy|
Few animals are as unusual as the Platypus, however, that hasn’t prevented animal and pet specialists like Anwo.com Animal World from adding the Platypus Plush Stuffed Animal Toy to it’s expansive line of wildlife stuffed toy animal plush. Made of soft brown, black plush with realistic head to tail details the Platypus stuffed animal toy plush lends itself immediately to use in educational trappings as well as learning play fun environments. Made famous in story time books like Rabbit and Friends by author Robert Scarry the Platypus walks through the countryside trying to discover what he is. Since he came out of an egg and has webbed feet, the Duck thinks he is a duck, since he swims they think he is a fish, since he has fur the rabbit thinks he must be a rabbit and so the saga continues until he comes upon a circus where the identify him as a platypus, welcome him in and make him a star entertainer. Platypus are truly unique since they are a amphibious equally as comfortable in the water as out of the water. Handling or working with a real Platypus would be impossible and very dangerous. In contrast the realistic Platypus stuffed animal toy plush can be handled in complete safety and moreover a great deal of information can be gleaned from analysis of this beautiful platypus plush to stuffed animal. Educators can point out the broad duck like bill, the webbed feet, the flat profile and the almost 180 degree individual eyes. Students can handle the Platypus plush stuffed animal toy in complete comfort. They can turn it over, inspect the paws, analyze the snoot, the long body and the tail. The often overlooked feature is the interesting fun that can be derived from the Platypus toy stuffed animal plush. Children can make stories come to life and learn at the same time about one of the most special of all animals. Platypus gifts store enthusiasts of course will be anxious to add it to their collection of platypus toy miniatures and platypus crossing signs.
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