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Grey Alpaca Fur Toy Elephant

45.00
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Grey Alpaca Fur Toy Elephant

45.00
sold out

Alpaca Toy

100% Peruvian alpaca baby elephant is too cute and cuddly to resist. The realistic ears and trunk are so incredible, it will make you chuckle at how adorable it is. It is hand crafted from premium fur. The colour is natural, no dyes are used. No animal was harmed making this item. Made from 100% real alpaca. Please note each piece is unique and colours/markings may vary slightly.

NB: These items are not suitable for young children. They are intended to be enjoyed as collectable soft toys and are only for use by ages 14 and above.

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Alpaca Toy

100% Peruvian alpaca baby elephant is too cute and cuddly to resist. The realistic ears and trunk are so incredible, it will make you chuckle at how adorable it is. It is hand crafted from premium fur. The colour is natural, no dyes are used. No animal was harmed making this item. Made from 100% real alpaca. Please note each piece is unique and colours/markings may vary slightly.

NB: These items are not suitable for young children. They are intended to be enjoyed as collectable soft toys and are only for use by ages 14 and above.

Product Details:

Weight:

173 gm

Measurements:

18cm L x 25cm W x 10cm H

Features:

  • 100% Alpaca

  • Clean using a brush or wet sponge. Can also be dry cleaned. Dry naturally in a warm (not too hot) place and then brush.

Made in:

Andes of Peru

Alpaca Fur:

The Alpaca fur used in Inkita products is ethically sourced. The Alpacas from which the skins are removed are not killed for their fur.

There is a tradition in Peru which has developed as a result of the death of weaker and very young Alpaca in the harsh Andean Winters. Alpaca roam freely in their natural terrain on the Altiplano of the Andes where temperatures can plummet in the Winter. The fur Inkita sources is mainly from baby Alpacas - or “cria” - which have died of natural causes.

The farmers do not kill their baby alpacas for their skins because it is not financially viable for them to do so. The skins are tiny. Alpacas can live for 20 years, promising a lifetime of shearing potential of far greater value than a single pelt.