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Ele-Finnick (Zootopia)

Ele-Finnick as a baby

Although Ele-Finnick is an adult, he is pretending to be a baby for his scam and so Funko decided to represent him, which makes for a particularly cute figurine! As in the movie, he wears an elephant costume of the type of romper for children. He is gray with a pink heart on the chest and the feet of the elephant drawn in pink on the feet and the bottom of the sleeves of the romper. He does not wear the hood with elephant ears and it hangs down his back. His arms are stretched forward as if to hug him. Finally, at the level of the head, we find the beige colors of his coat and the big black eyes classic of the pop figurines. Pretending to be a baby, he has his red pacifier in his mouth. Finally, being a fennec, he is of course represented with his very large ears on top of his head.


A not-so-innocent fennec

She-Finnick is a secondary but memorable character in Zootopia, the Disney Studios cartoon set in a world without humans and where animals have evolved differently. They walk on two legs, speak and have created a society close to ours with big cities and advanced technologies. We follow the adventures of Judy Hopps, a young rabbit. She is the first of her species to enter the police academy and she even manages to finish first in her class. But she is not taken seriously by her boss and so is assigned to check parking lots in Zootopie. During one of her first days, she crosses paths with fox Nick Wilde and his son, who are refused ice cream because of their species. She defends them and gets the ice cream sold to them. But by chance, she realizes that the whole thing is a scam and that they are melting down the huge ice cream from an elephant store to make dozens of small ones that they sell to lemmings. Ele-Finnick, who was pretending to be Nick Wilde’s son, is actually an adult of a smaller fox species (a fennec) and of course is also involved in the scam. When Judy discovers this, she agrees not to turn them in if Nick Wilde will help her in the investigation she has decided to take on her value.


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