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Soft Toy Fawn Standing by Hansa (36cm) 8054

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Fawn Facts

Manufacturer: Hansa
Category: Christmas Critters,Animals

A truly appealing baby deer. This Fawn by Hansa has support in its slender legs and neck so can keep this posture without sagging.

It is made to the highest standards from the finest materials, synthetic plush and poly fibre filling.

Size approx. 12" (31cm) in length and 11"(28cm) in height.

  • European safety standards EN71 BS5665
  • Carries the CE label so it safe for children (not under 36 months)
  • Surface washable
  • Quality item with airbrushed details

Fawns are young deer, and they are naturally found where deer are most found – in fields and meadows in the summer, while in the winter they are generally found in forests.

Most fawns are born between the middle of May and the end of June. A mother deer will often leave her babies alone for long periods of time, particularly in the first few days. This is because a new born fawn has no scent and is safer motionless and alone, rather than trying to keep up with its mother. For safety, a doe will hide her fawns separately from one another. She will periodically return to feed the fawn and within a few days the fawn will be strong enough to join its mother on her never-ending quest for food.

A new born fawn weighs around as much as a new born baby- between 4 to 8 pounds. It is often compared to the size of a large house cat with really, really long legs! Fawns are really cute with their spindly legs and tiny twitching tails.

The mother deer or doe may nurse her fawn three to four times a day. Deer milk is very rich. Once the fawn is old enough, it eats the same food as its mother… plants, including leaves, twigs, fruits and nuts, grass, corn, alfalfa, and even lichens and other fungi.

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