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Raccoon Mama by Hansa looks every inch the mother. She is dressed in a blue and white gingham dress with a baby pink apron tied around her waist. The clothes can be removed as they are fastened by velcro along the back.
She has wire deep in her arms and feet but is soft to the touch and yields when squeezed gently.
It is made to the highest standards from the finest materials and carries the CE label so it is safe for children (not under 36 months) and is surface washable.
Size approx. 11.5" (29cm) in height and the tail is 9" (23cm) in length.
Dimensions in cm.
L 33 W 19 H 29
Raccoons have some of the most dexterous hands in nature, as anyone who's had a garden, cooler, or garbage can broken into by one of them knows.
Native Americans were the first to note their unusual paws. The English word raccoon comes from the Powhatan word aroughcun, which means "animal that scratches with its hands."
The Aztecs went in a similar direction when naming the raccoon. They named it mapachitli, or, "one who takes everything in its hands." Today mapache means "raccoon" in Spanish