Looking for a present idea? Canned Critters are perfect party favors and stocking stuffers. They make great birthday and Christmas presents as there are a number of options to choose from. There is an animal for everyone.
Each 6" BPA free can comes with your choice of the classic can-opener style lid or a double safety pop-top lid making it super easy and safe to open up your new friend. All our 6" cans come with fun facts about the animal inside making these great educational toys.
Our super soft plush material ranges from 1mm to 3mm in length. The cans are all locally sourced and assembled while our plush are made in Indonesia and China in factories with the best safety ratings and testing facilities. Each product is rigorously tested for child safety.
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SEA TURTLE: Chelonioidea There are 7 species of sea turtle, which include the leatherback, green, loggerhead, Kemp’s ridley, hawksbill, flatback, and olive ridley. These 7 species have existed for approximately 110 million years which means that they are descendants from the time of the dinosaurs. Sea turtles can weight over 2,000 lbs (900 kgs). Sea turtles enjoy eating jellyfish, seaweed, crabs, shrimp, sponges, algae, snails and other mollusks. While diving for food, sea turtles will stay submerged for up to 5 minutes. They can, however, hold their breath for up to 5 hours. Sea turtles can be found in warm waters all over the world along continental shelves. Between nesting and feeding grounds, sea turtles migrate up to 1,400 miles (2,250 kms). Female sea turtles always return to the nesting grounds where they were born to lay their own eggs. Males spend their entire lives at sea. The gender of sea turtles is determined during incubation by the temperature of its surrounding environment. The warmer the environment, the more females will be produced while colder temperatures will produce more males.
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