Pangaeas are genus of animals invented by me. Pangaeas have lots of species.
Pangaea diunaribus (from Lat. diu - long and naribus – nose) is an animal which lives at the top of snowy mountains. That's why it has so fluffy and warm fur - to protect little diunaribus from severe weather conditions. Long claws are here to help them dig out acorns and other seeds left under the snow. To find these treasures diunaribus uses its long and shallow nose.
Standing height of the Mio (on his hind legs) is 34 cm (13.3 inches) , the length of the body from the nose to tip of the tail is 57 cm (22.4 inches), and sitting height is 25 cm (9.8 inches). Mio has 5 pins connection of limbs (the head and the limbs can rotate). There is a metal skeleton in the body, e.g. legs and tail, so the baby can take different cute positions. The claws are created from polymer clay and paw pads are created from genuine leather. Mio has a German glass eyes. It was sewn from faux fur, stuffed with fiberfill and weighted with mineral granulate. My author's pattern. One of a kind.
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