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Plush Stuffed Animal Toy Video Informs Educates

A picture of a plush stuffed animal may be worth a thousand words but 360 video of plush stuffed animals provides the customer with a journey all the way around the product offering information not provided with a simple flat picture. The Anwo Animal World You Tube video channel provides this information on not only plush stuffed animals but also animal toy miniatures. The video of the Puffin plush stuffed animal offers a three dimensional look at the shape, size and even texture of this amazing realistic looking Puffin bird.

Puffin Plush Stuffed Animal Toy Bird

Plush Stuffed Animal Videos at Animal World Article, photography and video by Steve Forrest

Puffin Plush Stuffed Animal Toy at Animal World

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Puffin Plush Stuffed Animal Toy

When people think of bird plush stuffed animals the only one that comes to mind are parrots, however, there are many varieties available including the very hard to find Puffin plush stuffed animal toy bird. With its bright multi colored yellow orange beak contrasted against its black white penguin like markings the Puffin resembles a cross between a Toucan and a Penguin. Made by Fiesta toys and offered online by animal theme gift specialist Animal World the Puffin Stuffed Animal Plush Toy offers the perfect combination of beauty for display, education for school and lovable play time fun. Measuring 11″ high x 10.5″ wide x 11″ long the Puffin stuffed animal plush toy is very realistic looking and is perfect for wildlife display featuring birds of the North Atlantic coastline.With their somewhat innocent and slightly comical look Puffins have endeared themselves to bird lovers worldwide. Upon learning that Puffin birds scratch out an existence on the extremely steep, rocky, uninhabitable cliffs overlooking the frigid cold North Atlantic waters a new and very well deserved appreciation for this amazing bird is certainly warranted. Getting close to a Puffin is virtually impossible however anyone can get as close as they want to the Puffin toy plush stuffed animal. This feature is shared with all the realistic looking wildlife plush stuffed animals especially the ones offered by wildlife animal stuffed toy plush specialist Animal World. For Puffin Gifts Store enthusiasts in addition to the Puffin plush stuffed animal toy there are also Puffin T Shirts, toy miniatures and figurines. An excellent video by National Geographic on the plight of the Puffin currently is below. I strongly recommend viewing the Puffin Video.

Puffin article and photo by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography

Puffins – The Sea Parrot of the North

puffin stuffed animal plush toyAtlantic Puffins are the the comical “sea parrot” of the North Atlantic. Often called penguins they are in face not penguins. They are cousins to the penguin. Penguins are only found in wild in the southern hemisphere of the world. In contrast the Atlantic Puffin is only found in the North Atlantic. They are best known for their bright beaks. The Puffin Stuffed Animal Plush Toy from Animal World is one such bird. The bright clownish beak is beautifully depicted on this plush. The puffin plush would make a wonderful addition for the avid bird collector. Because of it’s unique appearance many people collect the rare puffin gift store items. Fun facts about the Atlantic Puffin they spend the winter exclusively out in the ocean. They only return to the land to breed. Iceland will have 60% of the Atlantic Puffin population during the breeding season of Spring and Summer. The female lays only one egg in a nest placed on the rocky side of a cliff. Both parents fed the young when it hatches. The bright colorful beak is only there during the breeding season. During the winter it is a dull gray. Mary at Animal World says “I just love the bright beak and sturdy build of the puffin plush stuffed animal. It is a great wildlife plush stuffed animal.” This puffin plush can be used in a diorama showing unusual birds of the north, or showing the difference between a puffin and a penguin.

Written by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography

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