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60417 Longlife Moving Racoon

60417 Longlife Moving Racoon

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The Racoon, a mammal, belongs to the family of procyonids. Its original habitat reaches from Panama to Mexico and most of the US up to Southern Canada. Its body length lies between 41 to 71 cm (16.1 to 28 inches), tail not included. The tail can attain a length of 19.2 to 40.5 cm (7.6 to 16 inches). Its weight is dependent on habitat and season and lies between 1.8 to 13.6 kg (4 to 30 lbs).

Longlife 3D-animals live up to their name and are found on many 3D courses around the world. Our special foam, standard for all Longlife 3D-animals, increases their lifespan substantially. All Longlife 3D-animals are produced in Germany.

  • Length: 65 cm (25,6 inches)
  • Height: 37 cm (14,6 inches)
  • Weight: approx. 3.2 kg (7 lbs)
  • Quality: Made in Germany

  • will stop any arrow
  • easy arrow pulling
  • UV resistant material
  • weather proof material
  • foam closes after arrow is pulled "Longlife self-healing effect"
  • particularly lifelike appearance

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