Zambi the Baby Elephant

Furreal Friends robotic plush elephant helps kids in Africa

Zambi the Baby ElephantLifelike baby African elephant responds to your voice and touch with trunk curls, ear wiggles and baby elephant trumpeting and chewing sounds. Zambi the Baby Elephant giggles and blows kisses. Children in Africa created artwork on the elephant's ears and included bracelet for kids around the world and a portion of the sales will help children there who have been orphaned. Zambi also has posable back legs for posing in a sitting position.

The African elephant is the largest land animal, revered for its grandeur, intelligence, and intricate social structures. Native to various regions across the African continent, this majestic creature exists in two main subspecies: the African bush elephant, which is larger and found primarily in savannas, and the smaller African forest elephant, which lives in the forests of the Congo Basin. They are herbivorous, feeding on a variety of vegetation, and play a vital role in shaping their ecological environment. Unfortunately, the African elephant faces severe threats due to habitat loss and poaching for their ivory tusks. Various conservation efforts are underway to protect this iconic species, as their survival is crucial for the biodiversity of their native habitats.