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Strange Toys | heiko windisch dot com blog
October 3, 2007 5

Strange Toys

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Lilly reckons German crappy toys are better than Australian crappy toys.
We found this gem in a (€0.99) bag with other strange animals in a hardware store.

(click to enlarge)

What is it? (we have no clue!)

(Post your suggestions in the comments!)

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5 Responses to “Strange Toys”

  1. PJ says:

    I was at a taxidermy museum today and they had an extinct muskrat-looking thing that looked like this.

    I can’t remember what it was called, so guess who left a useless comment…


  2. Anonymous says:

    looks like a japanese tanuki


  3. Dean Oglesby says:

    Yeah, gotta be a tanuki.


  4. wingedwolfpsion says:

    It’s a bush dog (Speothos venaticus). Raccoon dog was a good guess, but the color’s all wrong for a tanuki.


  5. Anonymous says:

    I'm studying in Germany right now, and your toy could be a moose, because Germans have no idea what a moose is. They cannot even imagine something larger than an elk.


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