Soft Marmot Toy Factory
Basic Information. Description :Soft Marmot Toy Factory Model NO.: M101028 Age: Any Age MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling : Polyester . Size: 45cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100 Fabric: Super soft...
Description:Soft Marmot Toy Factory
Model NO.: M101028 Age: Any Age
MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush
Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling: Polyester.
Size: 45cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized
Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100
Fabric: Super soft plush. Origin: Guangdong, China
Usage: For gift, toy, promotion.
Certification: CE, EN71, ASTM, CPSIA, REACH
Loading Port: Shenzhen Or Other City Port
Package: One PC in a Poly bag, suitable quantity in a Carton
Delivery details: 25-35 working days after sample approval and received the deposit.
OEM service: Warm, good hand felling, good for skin, breathes, perfect for seasons, soft enough.
Knowledge: The marmot
For long front teeth, the goofy look is quite flattering. Marmots are very alert, not only to look around often, but also have a special charge of sentinels, families are less daring at the beginning, it is best not to harass and frighten them.
There are two teeth (incisors) in front of each mouth, mainly used to cut off food. The anterior teeth grow very quickly, so it is necessary to chew the fibrous food frequently, or else the anterior teeth will grow too long to eat.
A groundhog, as the name implies, is good at digging holes and usually has more than two entrances for safety. Most of them are active during the day. They like to live in groups. They are good at digging soil. They do not lay aside
To store food, store fat in the body during the summer to hibernate in the cave during the winter. The groundhog is not a field mouse. One of the differences with other rats is that the hole of the marmot is large and there are traces of the marmot's usual path outside the hole.
Prairie dogs dig holes in the ground to make a home of their own. Because they live in the four seasons of the great plains of North America, their caves need to withstand temperature changes, floods and wildfires. Groundhogs dig holes at different depths in the ground, each with a different purpose, such as a baby's room. The baby Chambers are deep underground, where temperatures are more stable and little groundhogs are better protected from fierce predators. Burrows closer to the ground serve as shelters that help adult groundhogs evade predators. Other caves are used to store food or monitor predators.