The Endangered Pangolin


All eight pangolin species are protected under national and international laws, and two are listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Learn about this adorable critter combined with weighted and tactile goodness!

Introducing our adorable 4lb Weighted Pangolin Plushies-the perfect cuddly companions for both kids and adults! Crafted with love and attention to detail, each plushie is meticulously designed to resemble the endangered Pangolin species with their unique appearance and capability to roll into a ball. Made from quality, soft materials, these plushies are incredibly huggable making them ideal for snuggling during bedtime, relaxation, or simply to add some cuteness to your space.

Each Pangolin plush has an internal frame that allows you to bend and curve your little buddy anyway you want! You can wrap your pangolin around your neck, make them hold things in their hands, or roll them up in a ball like real life pangolins do. There are magnets inside the Pangolin’s nose, ear, and two parts of the tail to allow the plush to remain in ball formation.

This is an excellent tool for students who need a little extra help staying grounded and focused while learning! Students who have anxiety, ADHD and ASD can all benefit from accommodations and tools like the weighted axolotl – please reach out to if you need assistance obtaining these types of supports.

Weighted items provide deep pressure stimulation, which can have a calming and grounding effect on children who may experience sensory processing challenges. The added weight can help regulate their sensory systems and reduce anxiety, allowing them to feel more secure and focused. Additionally, weighted items can serve as a tangible source of comfort and security, promoting self-soothing and emotional regulation. These items can also enhance body awareness and proprioception, which can be particularly helpful in improving motor skills and coordination. Overall, weighted items offer a non-invasive and effective way to support children in managing sensory issues and promoting overall well-being.