Hansa Sugar Glider
Hansa is renowned the world over for it’s true to life recreations of the worlds most loved animals.
This adorable Sugar Glider certainly lives up to its name and is as sweet as they come. The Sugar Glider is from the Australian Native collection and has been carefully hand crafted in partnership with wildlife experts and brought to life with meticulous attention to detail. Super Soft faux fur covers this beautiful Glider with two tone fabrics used on the back and belly to replicate the stunning markings of this much loved Australian sweetie. Finished to the highest standard using airbrushing its distinct facial markings its four little hands (it doesn’t have feet) are out stretched waiting to be hugged. The perfect gift for family, friends or even yourself! This sweet girl will glide into your life. Start your Hansa collection today!
The perfect gift for a family member, friend or even yourself.
- Recommended for ages 3 and up
- Complies with international safety standards
- Filling is made from recycled PE bottle
Shipping & Returns
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