When the crank is turned, not only does the ox lower his head to sniff the metal flower, but he wags his wire tail in simple-minded gratitude. The box is made of rough plywood; the ox's body ends are fiber board. His hide is a piece of tinplate, nailed on.
Below is a video of the Blunt-horn Ox in action. If, for some reason, you can't view it, click here.
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