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Often the stripus africanus can be found in large groups in open areas, however they are known to be solitary creatures when ill, dying or just a little bit depressed. They get along well with other animals in their habitat, and are often considered the peacemakers of the Serengeti. Their diet consists mainly of grasses and other cereals, but they have been known to sneak a Snickers bar when they think no one is looking.

This ideal stripus africanus specimen has been stuffed and retains all of its original features. This bust would be an excellent trophy to add to your collection. A small plate on the bottom identifies its genus and species. The wood plaque that it is mounted on measures 5x7" (or 13x18cm for our continental friends) and is pre-drilled on the back for easy hanging.

Ships fully protected, with biological data on the species.

Stripus africanus

Overview

  • Materials: stained wooden plaque, beanie baby, stuffing, paper, felt, wooden bookplate
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 11 reviews
  • Favorited by: 2 people