When Lufutuko was rescued, she was so frail that the Keepers didn't want to name her. But she did survive, and aptly, was named "Lufutuko", the "one who survived" in the local language of Tonga. Affectionately know as "Tuko" she became a playful elephant, enjoying the companionship of the the younger elephants and rolling in a mud bath. She also enjoys playing with branches - hence why Tuko is carrying a branch in her trunk.
The Little Ndaba Orphaned Elephant collection have been carefully hand made by women in Zambia. Your purchase contributes to their empowerment and abilty to take care of themselves and their children.
Tuko by Little Ndaba
This crocheted Tuko Elephant Toy is approximately 15cm long.
Please note: Due the handmade nature of this item, each toy is unique and so may vary slightly from the image on site.
All toys are handmade from new materials
Outer 100% Cotton
Inside 100% Acrylic
Handwash only, air dry then squash back into shape.