17 Inch Plush Crocodile Stuffed Animal Set with National Geographic Readers Alligators & Crocodiles (L2)
- WHAT'S INCLUDED: Includes 1 high-quality plush Crocodile toy (17 inches long) and 1 National Geographic Kids Readers: Alligators and Crocodiles (L2).
- PLUSH DIMENSIONS: Measuring at 17 Inches long, our adorable Crocodile stuffed animals are comfortable and soft to the touch! The perfect size for at home and take on the go play! This plush Crocodile is huggable, hand-washable, soft, shed-free and made from high quality acrylic, polyester and stitching to ensure added safety!
- ABOUT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS inspires young adventurers to explore the world through award-winning magazines, books, website, apps, games, toys, television series and events and is the only kids brand with a world-class scientific organization at its core.
- MULTI-PURPOSE: Expand your child's interest in wildlife studies and animal care. Our animal plush makes for an adorable companionship for any child! (ages 3+)
- SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Each set comes with a matching 17 inch long plush and National Geographic Kids Readers book. Our products run through multiple inspections and are designed with quality in mind. If you don't love it, we'll replace or refund it!
Why choose us? Wildlife Tree originally started as an exotic animal rescue and outreach education company in Central Florida in 2011. The company successfully rescued and rehomed over 250 exotic species over a 4-year period, including re-homing to award-winning zoos and education companies. Today, Wildlife Tree is focused on educating people to care for living things and to understand their environments, by promoting interactive pretend play. We proudly continue our tradition of helping animals by contributing 10% of proceeds to wildlife conservation. When you shop with us, you can feel good knowing you chose a gift that gives back.
I lost a $1.00 bet with my Grandson regarding the Crocodilian image on his T-shirt. Bought an alligator and crocodile stuffed animal, along with the National Geographic reader explaining the differences. Worth every penny including the dollar I lost to my Grandson!