Gorilla made of African fabric created in Togo with an association of disabled women. Available in several colors.
I am part of the big family of small African animals created by Africouleur, and made by an association of women with disabilities.
Adopt me to support my creators, because their life is not always easy.
less than 36 months: I serve to decorate my room and for my awakening
more than 36 months: This is my blankie!
Composition: 100% cotton stuffed with kapok.
Kapok is a vegetable fiber that is extracted from the fruit of the kapok tree, a large tropical tree, also called "cheese". Silky fine hair is used to cover the seeds for the production of a plant fiber called kapok. This fiber is also used to pad cushions, pillows and mattresses. Unfortunately its use has declined considerably after the introduction of synthetic fibers.