Friday, December 2, 2011

Plastic Piglet

Say hello to the first of our new farm families!

Our Plastic Piglet

We are delighted to present this adorable piglet. The Safari Ltd.® farm collection carries the striking realism and exquisite details that have captured children's imagination for over two decades. Each replica is finely hand painted and accurate down to the last detail. Educational information in five languages is included with each replica. All our products are phthalate-free and thoroughly safety tested to safeguard your child's health. We and Safari Ltd.® both take pride in providing breathtaking, innovative and value priced figures. Check out our other pig toys and gifts.

About Pigs

The words pig, hog and swine are generic terms and may be used interchangeably without regard to gender, size or breed. A male pig is called a boar. A female pig is called a gilt if she hasn't had piglets yet, or called a sow if she has had a litter. The pig originated as a Eurasian wild boar and was domesticated by early farming people. The pig is known as an even-toed ungulate having four toes, although it walks on only two. It is an incredibly intelligent animal with a brain size similar to humans. It keeps clean and only rolls in the mud to cool off, since it lacks sweat glands. It has been a valuable food supply for generations of people from many cultures. Some religions, such as Judaism and Islam, have prohibitions regarding eating pork. This is not because the pig is externally dirty, but because it doesn't have cud to redigest.

This blog is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.

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