RESPLOOT® Hawksbill Turtle Dog Plush Toy
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This collection of RESPLOOT® toys for pets aims to raise awareness about endangered species across the world. This toy is modelled on Australia's Hawksbill Turtle and is made with polyester fabric (recycled from PET bottles). It's an excellent cuddle buddy for your dog and also makes for a good conversation starter on sustainable living.
A Sustainable Purchase
PET bottle pollution is one of the leading causes for losing land and aquatic biodiversity. With each purchase of a RESPLOOT® toy, you are reducing some of the plastic pollution that is choking life on earth. There is a 75% reduction in CO2 emissions with the production of recycled polyester (when compared to producing virgin polyester).Features:
- Dimensions: 22 x 24 x 6 cm
- Critically endangered Hawksbill Turtle toy
- Produced with 100% recycled polyester
Pet parents, please note
- Please buy size appropriate toys for your pet
- After playtime, keep toys out of reach
- We always recommend pet parental supervision when pets are playing with toys
- If you notice that your pet has worn the toy down or damaged it in any way, please take it away and replace immediately
- Please avoid giving plush toys toaggressivechewers, look for toys that are designed to withstand their efforts.
Hawksbill Turtle: Critically Endangered
The Hawksbill Turtles are found in tropical oceans and especially around coral reefs. They actually help to maintain the health of the reefs as well as of sea grass beds. Hawksbill turtles have beautifully patterned shells with lovely colours for which they are hunted. Plastic pollution in oceans also contribute to their deaths they mistake floating plastic bags in the ocean to be jellyfish which they eat.
RESPLOOT®pledges to support WWF India's Conservation efforts with this collection.