Plush Owl Cushion Manufactory
Basic Information. Description :Plush Owl Cushion Manufactory Model NO.: M101083 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...
Description:Plush Owl Cushion Manufactory
Model NO.: M101083 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: Morphological characteristics
The owl (also known as the "xi preference o" for owl) is so named because its feathered feathers around its eyes are radiant and arranged to form a face plate that looks like a cat. Its body feathers are mostly brown, speckled, dense and fluffy, silent as it flies. The female of the owl is generally larger than the male. The head is large and wide, the mouth is short, the side is flat and strong, the apex is hooked, the mouth base has no wax film, and is mostly covered by hard plumes. Like many carnivores, owl eyes
The seychelles owl
The seychelles owl
Located directly in front of their faces, this gives them excellent depth perception during hunting, especially in dim lighting conditions. Interestingly, the large eyes are fixed in the eye sockets of the owl and cannot be moved at all, so the owl keeps turning its head. They also have a rotating flexible neck, can make the face turned to the rear, due to the special structure of cervical vertebra, head of the range of 270 °. The left and right ear are asymmetric, the left ear canal is wider than the right ear canal, and the left ear has developed eardrum. Most of them also have a tuft of auricles, forming a humanlike auricle. The auditory nerve is very developed. A barn owl weighing just 300 grams has about 95,000 auditory nerve cells, while a crow weighing 600 grams or so has only 27,000.