|Product Style||Stuffed kangaroo toys|
|Material||Plush and PP cotton or customize material|
|Payment terms||Paypal, western union, and bank|
|Feature||Soft and safety|
|Packing||1pcs per bag, then put in carton boxes|
|Custom sample||Custom sample will have a little sample charge and need 7~10days|
|Shipping sample||After make sample need 4~7days for air shipping|
|Order delivery||15~25days for each order depend on quantity|
|Usage||Promotional or gift for toys…|
|Certificate Support||Custom toys can support make ASTM/CPSIA/CE/EN71… these standard certificate|
|Feature||Facial facial features are cute, cute, soft, and people can’t put it down. Lovely ears, superb cutting process, soft and comfortable. Comfortable plush, soft and skin-friendly, healthy and safe. Filled with down cotton, it is comfortable and resilient.|
All kangaroos, regardless of their size, have one thing in common: strong and powerful hind legs with long legs; kangaroo’s Crural index (ie (calf length/thigh length)×100 index, or (tibia length/femur length)) ×100 index) reached 172, of which the red kangaroo even reached 202 , far more than other animals, while the average human being only has more than 80.
Kangaroos can jump up to 4 meters and up to 13 meters. They can be said to be the highest and farthest mammals. Most kangaroos live on the ground, and it is easy to distinguish them from other animals by jumping from their strong hind legs. Kangaroos use their tails for balance during jumping. When they walk slowly, the tail can be used as the fifth leg.
Children often act as soft toys and dolls. When children are experiencing emotions that they do not fully understand, playing with toys is a safe and positive way to learn how to deal with their emotions. Relationships with siblings, parents, and new friends can also benefit from role-playing with toys. Through the interaction of ideas, children learn to understand what they see and what they see.
When children learn to speak for the first time, they will be excited to use their new skills. Talking to their stuffed animals can help them build their muscles. Practice makes perfect!