Eastern Quoll created in the Bocchetta family tradition.
Nose to Curled Tail
The quoll, or native cat,
is a carnivorous marsupial native to mainland Australia, New Guinea and
Tasmania. It is primarily nocturnal and spends most of the day in its
den. There are six species of quoll; four are found in Australia and two
in New Guinea. The quoll species vary in weight and size, from 300 grams
(11 oz) to 7 kilograms (15 lb). They have brown or black fur and pink
noses. They are largely solitary, but come together for a few social
interactions such as mating, which occurs during the winter season. A
female gives birth to up to 18 pups, of which only 6 survive.
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Bocchetta Plush Toys is a
family operated business, proud of a heritage that began in a small toy
shop in the town of Arona, Italy. Today you will find us throughout much
of Europe, Australia, and we are fast finding new friends in the
Americas. A great portion of our success is due to the far reaching
imagination and meticulous craftsmanship of our founder, Giovanni
1948, Giovanni Bocchetta turned his creative passions to toy-making.
Armed with the skills of the traditional Italian craftsman, Giovanni
tested the limits of his imagination as he set out to make the softest,
most lifelike toys a child will ever know.
Year by year he expanded
the business, carefully staying true to the concepts of realistic design
and quality craftsmanship.
In 1992, the family moved
their main office to Australia's Gold Coast. Today Bocchetta Plush Toys
remains an example of imagination and skill passed from father to son.
Bocchetta Plush Toys are
manufactured in one of the three carefully selected and controlled
Bocchetta toy factories, using the technology and know-how that we
successfully have developed over the last 62 years.
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