Dani The Duckling (11"): Dani hatched from a clutch of 10 eggs, so she has a lot of siblings. They all follow their mom in a tidy single file line so that no one gets lost. Her mom has since taught Dani what's edible in the water, so she can take care of feeding herself at her young age! When she's not grazing, she loves to play with her siblings in the water, splashing and swimming under mom's watchful eye.
Shooky The Sheep (10"): Shooky the sheep is a farm animal that was domesticated for the production of wool. His wool is the most commonly used animal fiber for fabric production which is used mainly for carpets and clothing. Grass and other short vegetation are the main staples in his diet and he spends most of his time grazing. Sheep are outgoing flock creatures that have a strong tendency to follow a leader.
Rambles The Rooster (13"): Rambles is loud, proud, and punctual, as he brings up the sun each day with his booming crows precisely at dawn. Interestingly, roosters are able to do this not by physically seeing the approaching dawn, but instead with their finely-tuned internal clocks that instinctively know when daybreak is coming. He never misses his cue, because as Rambles sees it, how could the day start without him?
Siggy The Threetoed Baby Sloth (12"): Siggy lives in the Amazonian rainforest outside of the Brazilian deep jungle city of Manaus. Sloths like Siggy can't walk on all four limbs so if there isn't a branch path between them and their desired destination, they have to use their three toes to claw and pull themselves across the jungle floor. They're of course a bit more agile when using those claws to grasp the trees of the jungle forest. Surprisingly, sloths are quite good swimmers - helpful when the branch you're hanging from snaps and you fallinto the Amazon...
Henley The Highland Cow (11"): Henley's ancestors were bred to withstand the harsh climate of the Scottish Highlands, the place where Henley calls home. Her long fur, insulated body, and hardy frame make it so that she's suited for the rough, wet, and cold terrain of her home. While the origins of her breed aren't certain, Henley maintains the traditions of her ancestors, happily grazing in the Scottish sun.