Various lengths, usually no shorter than 4 meters of stripping to allow for complete wrapping
|Behind the Scenes|
A tight frontal wrap keeps Na'vi infants close to their mothers' or fathers' bodies. The carrier keeps babies warm and allow the parents to run, climb, and carry out domestic activities. The wrap also helps socialize Na'vi children, who are face-to-face with their parents from their first days and thus learn appropriate facial cues and gestures, as well as language.
Materials and ConstructionEdit
Soft sturmbeest leather with fur, cut in strips, tanned and softened.
- ↑ James Cameron's Avatar: An Activist Survival Guide page 31
- ↑ Baby Carrier page on Pandorapedia