Top five Hansa stuffed animals

Hansa stuffed animals are famous for their realistic look. Some of them look so real that you have to give them a second look to find out they are toys.

Hansa makes its toys by hand. The main goal is to make the toys as realistic as possible, yet keep them soft and cuddly. Apart from just toys, Hansa stuffed animals are also with an educational purpose. Since they are so realistic, they come with tags with information about the real animal they represent.

The company has quite a big line up of stuffed animals. Choosing just five of them may be a bit unfair and it is by far quite difficult. But a quick look around Hansa’s portfolio reveal our current

Top five Hansa stuffed animals

For example this is the Mammoth cub. He is almost nine inches high and 12.4 inches long. He is made out of very soft materials and is great for cuddling.

Top five Hansa stuffed animals
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Next is the Grey Harp Seal. He is 14.8 inches long and 7 inches high. He is also very soft and cuddly.

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Now lets head to the skies. This is a great, very realistic Stork. He is 17.5 inches tall and can stand on his own. He is also made out of quality materials and can be hugged.

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Parrots are famous for being extremely pretty. This is the blue and gold Macaw who is gorgeous. He is 28 inches tall, most of which is thanks to the long tail. He is also very realistic and cuddly.

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Finally another bird. This is the brown Pelican. He is so realistic it actually took us a while before we were convinced we are looking at a toy. The pelican is 11.7 inches tall and 14.8 inches long. He is made out of very soft materials that mimic feathers and is great to cuddle with.

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Finally, we had to choose a bonus Hansa stuffed animal. And it is this pink flamingo. It is 14.8 inches tall and 12.4 inches long. It is also very soft and fluffy.

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These are just our current favorite Hansa stuffed animals. We will be sure to check out for more soon, so stay tuned.

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