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Fox Stuffed Animal

$14.22
Perfect for toddler and kids everywhere, grab a snuggly fox stuffed animal, and maybe pair it with another animal friend!
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This fox stuffed animal is part of many animal plushes sold by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Perfect for a child's stuffed animal farm, or for playing with in the grass.


Size: About 10 inches nose to tail

This fox stuffed animal is part of many animal plushes sold by the Wisconsin Historical Society. Perfect for a child's stuffed animal farm, or for playing with in the grass.


Size: About 10 inches nose to tail

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