Dave's Slave (davesslave) wrote in rubbercritters,
Dave's Slave

Rubber Crocodiles

So I walked by a store on my way home, today, and spied several rubber crocodiles in the window. Mouths open, teeth exposed, I began to ponder the question of whether or not I could afford one. I am wondering, how many different types of rubber crocodiles are there?
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I think there would be a fair variety nowadays, though I've noticed that some moulds seem to be more popular than others. The ones I remember most with the crocodiles was one that almost looks like a chinese dragon in the way the facial features are modelled, which I still see around today (though nowadays most toys like that where I am are made of a hard semi-flexible plastic). There was also one that was pretty flat-looking, without a hollow interior, and a tiny one that used to be popular in gumball machines. Nowadays there may be a few more moulds on the market, especially with the interest in more realistic looking models and/or collectibles.