This is fast becoming a favorite of the Popi pals! It is made with an almost curly grey plush and has a big black nose that is perfect for kisses. It showcases indigenous weaves on it's tummy, feet and the inside of it's ears. While we know the actual tamaraw has his horns facing back, ours stand straight up for a bit of fun. The tail is curly with a bit of elastic so you can pull it out and watch it spring back.
It is about 8" from tail to hoof and 9.5" from horn to bum.
The Philippine Tamaraw are critically endangered, with less than 250 adults thought to exist (we’re still not sure on exact numbers) and decreasing. They are the most threatened wild cattle species in the world. Biggest threats to their survival are habitat destruction, hunting, competition for space and food, and disease from other livestock.