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Hare "Mümmel"

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Item #: Kö-F5100
Manufacturer Kösen, height 42 cm (~16.6"), brown with white
Winner in category "The Zoo" 2005 and warded with grade "spiel gut" (means "play well").
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Bunnies (Leporidae) are located on all continents except the Antarctic. Ca. 55 species are known, but most popular is the hare. Nevertheless in some regions it is threatened with extinction.
The long ears, the longer back than front legs and the Y-shaped gap between upper lip and nares characterize hares in general. The long ears can be moved individually for a great acoustic detection. They can run up to 60 km/h (ca. 40 miles) and jump up to 3 m (ca. 10').
Young hares get born after ca. 40 days in a a hallow depression or flattened nest of grass. Compared to rabbits hares are so called precocial, means they get born with a fur and open eyes.

The last photo shows "Mümmel" next to the young hare "Hoppel" (Kö-F5090).

Height: 42 cm (~16.6")
Colour: Brown with white
Filling: Special polyester fibres
Manufacturer: Kösener Spielzeug Manufaktur

Winner in category "The Zoo" 2005 and awarded with grade "spiel gut" (means "play well").

The proceeds of this sale will be donated to a children's charity organisation.

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