Sumatran Tiger Apple Skin Keyring

£3.99
Type: Collectable

This fabulous leather look keyring used to be an apple! yes, an apple!

Made from the leftover pulp and skins that are a by product of apple juice manufacturing. This durable waterproof material has a natural leather like texture and looks fantastic when printed with our amazing animal photography. We're even giving you an extra treat with two photos on each keyring (one either side).

Like all tiger species, Sumatran tigers use their tails to communicate with each other. A loosely hanging tail is a sign of relaxation, and aggression is displayed by rapid movements of the tail from side to side. They use roars as a warning to other tigers that they are trespassing on their territory and also as a sign of invitation for potential mates who want to know if a female is ready to mate with them.

 

If you have changed your mind you can return your order at your own cost as long as it is within 28 days of purchase.  

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