American Alligator organic cotton hemp kitchen tea towels. When there's too many stray crumbs or you're in search for last-minute dining room décor, these kitchen towels come in handy to wipe up any spills, dry dishes, or add a touch of spunk to your table. Set of two of like design. Classic, versatile size: 17 x 26 inches. Vibrant, never fade prints on the front. White back with hanging loop.
What is the difference between a tea towel and a dish towel? Tea towels are only made of linen or cotton, whereas dish towels can also be made of terry cloth.
Original artwork © 2008 Samara King and Erin Hamilton for the California Academy of Sciences.
The American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) is one of the two living species of Alligator, a genus within the family Alligatoridae, and is native only to the southeastern United States. In 1967, the alligator was listed as an endangered species. A cooperative effort by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, state wildlife agencies, and the creation of large, commercial alligator farms saved these unique animals. In 1987, the Fish and Wildlife Service declared the American alligator fully recovered. Learn more about alligators at: https://www.calacademy.org/exhibits/the-swamp
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