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Thomson's Gazelle, buck

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Item #: Kö-F6430
Manufacturer Kösen, size 40 cm (~ 15.8"), brown with white and black
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When thinking of gazelles the picture of the Thomson's gazelle (Eudorcas thomsoni) often comes to mind, their most common and known subspecies. They are named after the Scottish explorer Joseph Thomson.
They live in the African savannas and grassland and wear a distinctive black stripe between back and underpart. Very noticeable are their giant leaps when being chased, that still look very gracile. Their beatuy is admired especially among Arab people, and in Arab poetry the beauty of a woman is often compared to that of a gazelle.

Male gazelles have horns that are about 30 cm (~ 12'') long with which they can attack and fight with each other. They compete for the best territory, hoping the groups that consist of female gazelles will migrate into their territory. Established males respect each other and do not enter the other territories, furthermore they only engage mock fights to maintain boundaries.

Gazelles live in large groups, that can count as many as 1000 animals. However, our plush gazelles feel well too in smaller groups, for example together with the female (Kö-F6420) and the fawn (Kö-F6440), or even just with themselves. Having the opportunity to jump and explore the wideness of their new home will be greatly aprreciated by the plush-gazelle.

Size: 40 cm (~ 15.8")
Colour: Brown with white and black
Filling: Polyester fibre
Manufacturer: Kösener Spielzeug Manufaktur, Germany

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


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