Stuffed Pink Penguin Toy Factory
Basic Information. Description :Stuffed Pink Penguin Toy Factory Model NO.: M101030 Age: Any Age MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling : Polyester . Size: 30cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100 Fabric:...
Description:Stuffed Pink Penguin Toy Factory
Model NO.: M101030 Age: Any Age
MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush
Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling: Polyester.
Size: 30cm 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.
In 1488 Portuguese sailors first discovered penguins on the cape of good hope, near southern Africa. But the earliest record of penguins was by historian pejaffita. He met a large colony of penguins on the coast of Patagonia in 1520 aboard the Magellan fleet, which they called unknown geese. The species described earlier were mostly found in the south temperate zone. By the end of the 18th century, scientists had identified six species of penguin, and it was the 19th and 20th centuries that the true species lived in the Antarctic ice sheet. The king penguin was given its name only in 1844, for example, and the island yellow-browed penguin was given its name only in 1953. The penguin is fat, formerly known as the fat bird. But because they often stick out on the shore as if they were looking for something, this fat bird is called a penguin. Because the front of the penguin is very similar to the Chinese word "enterprise", so the translated name is called penguins.
In 1887, menzbier theorized that penguins might have evolved independently of other birds from reptiles. Instead of morphing from birds' wings, penguins' flippers are formed directly from the forelimbs of reptiles, which have never experienced flight. Later, scientists found a fossilized penguin in the Antarctic, which is about a meter tall and weighs 9 kilograms, featuring amphibians. This finding seems to confirm the muntzbier guess.
A fossilized sea bird similar to a penguin was also found in Japan in 1981. Experts believe it is a 30 million-year-old fossil of a flightless primitive penguin, perhaps the prehistoric ancestor of modern penguins
Ornithologists studying the fossils of the northern hemisphere suggest that a species of crow that lived off the coast of the americas 30 million years ago may have been closely related to the origin of penguins. This extinct crow is also a flightless seabird. Scientists believe that while penguins and crows, one in the southern hemisphere and one in the northern hemisphere, have many similarities in their skeletal form.