HANSA – River Otter Plush Toy – This Hansa River Otter is part of the Hansa Woodland Animals Collection. The River Otter’s approximate dimensions are 9.5 L x 7 W x 7.5 H. Suitable for ages 3 years old and up. When you hold these wonderfully ”life-like” animals, you will see and feel HANSA’s emphasis on quality, which is a result of careful attention to design, custom fabric selection, cutting, sewing, stuffing, eye placement, feature creation, framing, air brushing and finishing. Since each animal is hand sewn, there will be slight variations in appearance. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD — Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
The sable ferret has mostly raccoon like colorings with a mask on the face, dark paws and tail. The hairs on top, also known as the guard hairs, are normally darker and they are what give the ferret the raccoon look.
White-footed Sable – As the name suggests this color is the same as the Sable with one difference the feet are white also this color can have a white throat patch. The nose is generally black.
White ferret – There are two types of white ferrets. Albino ferret or red-eyed white. Black eyed white.
The red-eyed white – (Also known as the “ruby-eyed white”) is one of the most common colors. They are also referred to as albino ferrets. The body is white and their noses and pads on their feet are pink and as the name suggests their eyes are red. These types of ferrets sometimes get a reddish or yellowish tinge when they reach sexual maturity.
Black Ferret – This color ferret has really black guard hairs, can have a white to golden coloured undercoat with a near or black nose and black eyes.
The black-eyed whites – (Also known as the “onyx-eyed white”) these types of ferrets have a predominantly white coat, although sometimes they may have a few black hairs on their back and tail. The same as with any ferret, once they reach sexual maturity they may develop a yellowish tinge through their coat.
The ferret might also have white paws, body markings and tipped tails. The mixture of the white and the blackish guard hairs are what make this ferret look silvery.
Silver – The undercoat of the silver types of ferrets is white to cream in color. The guard hairs are tipped with grey and the points are silvery or silver tan. Eyes are brown and the nose and pads on their feet are pink or pinkish tan.
Cinnamon – The undercoat is either white or of-white. The guard hairs are reddish brown (the color of cinnamon). The pad leather and nose are either light pink or a darker shade of pink/brick and the eyes are brown.
Chocolate – This is a lighter brown version of the sable. This color still has a mask and black or brown eyes, however it has chocolate colour guard hairs, a white to golden undercoat and a pink nose.
White ferret – There are two types of white ferrets. Albino ferret or red-eyed white. The ferret might also have white paws, body markings and tipped tails. The mixture of the white and the blackish guard hairs are what make this ferret look silvery.
Silver – The undercoat of the silver types of ferrets is white to cream in color.