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What could be cuter than a Malayan tapir? Perhaps, a baby Malayan tapir? He looks very dapper, if improbable, in his black and white coat. Like an aardvark crossed with an elephant, wearing a tuxedo. Baby on the other hand, has a delightful pattern of spots and stripes, and like most baby mammals, come complete with big round eyes, and disproportionately big feet. This set of two handheld stuffed tapirs are hand-block printed on linen. Each is backed with a black and gray print fabric with a damask pattern of turtles, seahorses and other marine creatures. Each is embroidered 'minouette' in red. The adult is about 7 inches long and 5 inches high (18 cm by 13 cm). The baby is about 6 inches long and 4 inches high (15 cm by 10 cm). They are stuffed with cotton-poly stuffing. They are very modern, bold and graphic in black and white with the hint of red.

The Malayan Tapir (Tapirus indicus), also called the Asian Tapir, is the largest of the four species of tapir and the only one native to Asia. The Malayan Tapir was once found throughout the tropical lowland rainforests of Southeast Asia, including Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, and Vietnam. Sadly, like other tapirs, it is now endangered due to deforestation. These were always one of my favorite animals to visit at the zoo and hope that they not only survive, but flourish in the future.

You can also find linocuts on paper of an adult tapir:
and baby tapir:

There are other tapir stuffies sets here:
Les deux jouets sagit des tapirs de Malaisie (un adulte et un bébé) imprimé sur tissue. Sur l'envers il y a un tissue noir et gris avec des hippocampes et tortues. Ils sont bourré de coton / poly farce. L'adulte et 18 cm par 13 cm (7 pouces par 5 pouces) et le bébé est 15 cm par 10 cm (6 pouces par 4 pouces).

Le tapir de Malaisie (Tapirus indicus), aussi appelé tapir d'Asie ou encore tapir à chabraque est l'un des quatre représentants des tapirs. Le tapir indicus vit exclusivement en Asie du sud-est, incluant la Birmanie, le Cambodge, l'Indonésie, le Laos, la Malaisie, l'île de Sumatra, la Thaïlande et le Viêt Nam. Cependant, la Liste rouge de l'UICN le considère comme vulnérable en raison de la déforestation qui bouleverse son habitat naturel. J'adore les tapirs. Il faut les protègés.

Un linogravure d'un tapir de Malaisie adulte est ici:
et un linogravure d'un bébé tapir de Malaisie ici:

Il y a d'autres jouets tapir ici:

Malayan Tapir Stuffies Set - Marine flavour


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: ink, linen, cotton, thread, cottonpoly stuffing
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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